Top 9 Fashion Tips For Navratri Look

Navratri-A festival of purity, bliss, and acute prosperity, which removes all the negativity and brings happiness and smiles to your lives. It is time to welcome Goddess Durga once again and celebrate with pure bliss. In India, every festival comes up with a specific style quotient. So, whether it’s trendy, subtle, or over the top, it is time to revive and get Navratri’s look on fleek by cherishing every single day of the festival. 

From heavy embroidered ethnic jewellery to bold-colored jewellery, Navratri’s festival has so much to offer when it comes to styling and embracing Indian jewels. 

To help you decide your Navratri Look, here we have some trending tips that can help you steal the spotlight and ace the look like none other! 

DAY 1 – Muted shades 

Start your Navratri with subtle and muted colours! For this night, pick oxidized silver jewellery consisting of minimal embellishments and muted shades. Apart from delineating a subtle look, this kind of jewellery will help you acquire rich Indian traditionalism with small Jhumkas, and boho-chic necklaces dipped in the hues of muffled grey. 

Silver Plated Handcrafted Beads Designer Earring

DAY 2- Orange is Lit 

Orange is a colour of warmth, excitement, and enthusiasm. Bold and vibrant; orange is the colour that can help you put on some vibrancy to your Navratri look. For injecting this high-spirited colour, you don’t need to wear all-orange clothes; just pick complementing jewellery embracing rich orange hues. Long danglers, sleek necklaces, or heavy rings would work wonders for a perfect Navratri Look. 

Peach Meenakari Floral Stone Delight Ring

Day 3 – Embrace Those Whites 

When in doubt, pick some whites to embrace those brights. Wearing light shade jewellery on the third day is a perfect choice! Heavy lehenga, bold Saree or Anarkali suit, when paired with white or cream pearl jewellery, looks stunning. To add some more pop to your plain-looking outfit, pick some white stone jewellery adorning the minute details. 

Green Floral Meena Pearl Gold Plated Kundan Ring

DAY 4- Stay Fierce in Red

Red is a colour of deep emotions like anger, adventure, and love. And honestly, when it comes to Navratri, the celebration remains incomplete without a touch of bold red. From red pearl danglers, and red stone rings to heavy necklaces and Maang Tikkas; Red is a perfect colours grabbing attention to your outfit and the beautiful features of your face. Stay fierce and bold wearing a bold colour like red! 

Traditional Colour Full Jadau Balls Meenakari Bangle

DAY 5- Blue Hues 

Add a hint of extreme opulence and elegance to your Navratri look by wearing some unique jewellery dipped in the rich royal blue hues. Dial the drama by pairing a maxi dress heavily accessorized with a royal blue Jhumka. You can also pick some heavy necklaces, traditional bangles, and sparkling rings defining your outfit like never before. 

royal blue earrings

DAY 6 -Green is the Best! 

Take a break from white, grey, red, and blue and try jewellery dipped in the hues or rich green colour enhancing the Navratri vibes in a manner like none other. It is believed that green colour brings good luck and prosperity, so pick some heavy green colour jewellery including minimal studs, pendants, and chokers favorable for the Navratri look. 

green Jewellery

DAY 7 – Turn on the Warmth with Yellow 

Yellow is the colour of enlightenment, creativity, and happiness. So to enlighten and highlight your Navratri look, wear some opulent jewellery pieces tracing the richness of yellow colour. To complete and enhance your lehenga, saree, and kurta embellishments, pick some bright yellow Jhumkas, Necklaces, or Maang Tikkas, complementing the whole look. 

Handcrafted Festival Yellow Floral Meenakari Bangle

DAY 8 – Chic-a-Pink 

Add grace to your feminine outfit by wearing some profound jewellery pieces dipped in the unique hues of pink colour. As pink colour represents harmony, peace, and deep affection, add appealing visual interest to your Navratri look by wearing pinkish jewellery pieces reflecting acute exoticism.

Pastel Colour Meenakari Jadau Balls Pearl Bangle

DAY 9- Sparkle in Purple 

Purple is a lavish colour representing luxury, power, and royalty. Bring on the purple hues this festival by wearing floral motif jewellery patterns tracing your outfit’s elegance. Add a hint of glam by wearing traditional necklaces and earrings defining your neckline, face features, and your outfit beautifully. 

Golden Wired Natural Black Durzi Ring

Celebrate this festival by wearing something unique and glamorous every day. Do follow the above-mentioned guide to steal the spotlight effortlessly! 

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