Look stylish this Durga Pooja

Hi Beauties!!

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The air is already filled with festive mood and excitement, with Navratri and Durga Pooja celebrations. Durga Pooja is one of the most celebrated festivals in India. The sheer grandeur and elegance of the occasion make it all the more worthwhile. So, How can our beautiful ladies be behind on this momentous occasion of festivities and celebrations. As promised, on Shasti,  we have some exciting style tips for Durga Pooja, which will ensure that you make heads turn the moment you step into the pandals. Let’s get started, you can thank us later!

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Look Stylish with palazzo suits: A popular traditional clothing item is palazzo suits. Style your beautiful Simple Palazzo Suits with  heavy dupatta or ditch the dupatta with a heavy palazzo suit. Look for kurtis with long slits on the sides, asymmetrical hems or sheer fabrics to pair them up with matching palazzo pants.

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We have paired a simple red and white anarkali kurti with a loose palazzo and a beautiful dupatta to add a festive look…

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and since the Palazzo suit we picked was simple we completed the look with a heavy necklace and red bindi.

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Have fun at the pandals in fusion style: This pooja, take the fusion route on at least one of the days, if you are not much into the traditional wear.

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And believe us, everyone would be totally impressed with your choice. Pick gowns, cape kurtis, cowl style long dress, dhoti pants, or mix and match to create your own fusion look.

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We styled an open cape style white and red kurti with a red gown and accessorized the look with a big statement style maang tikka.

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Look like a diva in a crop top and a maxi skirt: Go a very different Pooja way, in a youthful and light maxi skirt and crop top.

10No embroidery keeps the look very chic, add vibrant colours, prints, light and easy- to-breath material, the vibrancy of colors will not let you feel dull even for a moment. All the holy colors of feminine strength come alive in this chick style that’s so cute that people will stop you in your tracks – asking where did you buy it from.

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We styled this look with a beautiful flower print long skirt with a thin border and a white plain silk crop top accessorizing with a long red necklace.

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Go traditional in laal paar saree: Wear the beautiful  ethnic white saree with a red border on dashmi.

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It might have been worn by many, but wearing a traditional white saree with red border during the Durga Pooja has its own charm and will never lose its charm. Drape the saree in the traditional Bengali style or wear it normally.

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Try on this look with elegant gold jewellery and a big red bindi on the tenth day of the pooja while bidding adieu to the goddess. We styled our look with  heavy off white and golden silk saree having a dual colour border of red and hot pink accessorizing it with a red temple necklace, a red bindi and red and golden jhumkis.

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So, lovely ladies, dress up and enjoy the Durga Pooja celebrations. Try the classic and timeless, tried and tested looks or go for some unique ones with modern touch. And, do not forget to like, follow and leave a comment for us. Do share your feedback in comments below, and your Pooja pictures, so we can feature you in our blog 🙂

Lots of love

Praghti and Mallika

Steal the look

Look 1 : Palazzo suit : Westside, Dupatta: Lifestyle, Heels: Westside, necklace: from mom’s wardrobe.

Look 2: Cape style kurta: http://www.theloom.in  , gown: westside, Maang tikka: Zaveri pearls.

Look 3: crop top and Skirt set: Globus, Necklace: Westside, Earrings: Janpath.

Look 4: Saree and Necklace : Mom’s Wardrobe, Earrings: Janpath.

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