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5 fashion trends for Navratri 2017

Hi Ladies

Festival season has begun, we all know Navratri  is one of the most celebrated festivals of India. Each Indian festival celebrates a specific force like lights, colors, water but Navratri is one such festival which not just celebrates women but also is an amalgamation of colors, vibrancy, lights, exquisite attires, loads of jewelry and yes, dance.

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With the beginning of festival season, shopping bags are ready, people have started searching for the latest trends for this Navratri to keep them up style. Women of every age group love to dress up. People love to follow trends and get decked up even if they don’t play garba just to get that festive feel.So, with this post, We would be sharing the 5 trending styles for Navratri 2017. Since, dressing up is one of the most indispensable part of this 9 days long festival, let us dive into the best 5  trends for Navratri this 2017.

Bright, single  : Anything bright, beautiful and bold is ruling the trend and we are more than happy with it!

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This year mono colour trend is very much in and preferred and we created this look by wearing a pink and golden lehenga paired with a sleeveless pink blouse with golden work on it and a pink dupatta and paired this look with a golden gota patti jewellery.

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This gave a beautiful heavy look for the Navratri party and makes you look fashion forward.

Fusion Lehengas : If you are not willing to don the desi avatar, you can steal the show in one of these fusion lehengas.

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These lehengas are a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary fashion.

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For this we styled an offwhite tie and die lehenga skirt with pink embroidery choli and pink dupatta, accessorized it with pink beaded necklace and white big jhumkis…

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This lehenga gives a very light and graceful look and makes it easy to swirl and dance all night..

Long Skirts : Long skirts are a favourite during Navratri. If you are keen on playing garba, a long skirt would really compliment your look.

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There is an array of skirt styles – there are Jaipuri Bandhej skirts, digital printed skirts and skirts embellished with gota patti and tassels. The way a skirt moves while you dance is quite an appealing sight.

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You can wear it with a crop top or a simple sleeveless waist length top. Pair it with an oxidized necklace or beads necklace or a gotapatti necklace to complete the look.

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We have created this look by pairing a maroon and blue long skirt with aqua blue sleeveless crop top and a light maroon dupatta with heavy maang tikka and red jhumkas.

Easy Breezy Maxi Skirts: Not a fan of heavy embroidery? A simple  maxi skirt is the right choice for you.

7It will allow you enough comfort to fully indulge in all the fun on the dance floor while keeping up on the style and elegance quotients. Pair it with a complementing blouse  for a chic vibe. And lots of heavy jewellery, to add the bling.

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We paired this golden and offwhite maxi skirt with a sequence blouse and a pink net dupatta and a heavy pearl maang tikka, jhumkis and golden gotapatti necklace.

Desi Lehengas: Flaunt your feminine side by wearing one of these jaw-dropping lehengas this Navratri.

8Whether you are playing dandia or garba, these lehengas would definitely do justice to your ethnic appearance. Make sure you wear heavy oxidised jewellery or pom pom jewellery along with a pair of hanging earrings to rock the perfect ethnic look. This look is best created by adding a lot of contrast of colours and a lot of bling, we have paired this heavy orange lehenga with green dupatta and added pompom necklace and a maang tikka to create the perfect look.

 

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Do let us know what you thik about the looks and let us know which is your favorite look and the trend you follow and keep loving us :*

Stay tuned.. Our next post has a lot to do with red and white and is coming up soon 😉

XOXO

Praghti and Mallika

 

 

 

 

 

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