Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Navratri : Know The Traditional Variety.

India is a land of festivals. Each festival celebrates the rich diversified culture and her old traditions of the country. Navratri, is one such festival, celebrated over a span of 9 days with pomposity and colors. Nonetheless to say, women go berserk all over, on what to wear, to look the best on these days of celebration. With the advancement of fashion and increase of designers everywhere, there's a variety of traditional outfits as well. In case you weren't aware of those varieties, enlighten yourself with a few of the latest chaniya choli for navratri, that's doing the rounds recently.

1) Gamthi Chaniya Choli
As desi as it sounds; it's equally gorgeous and can be worn with élan on any of those 9 days. The intricately designed choli, comes with a stunning backless blouse and an attractive dupatta to complete the look.


2) Hand-crafted Lehenga and Jacket.
There's always a place for experimentation. Give a stylish twist to your ethnic wear by donning a jacket over a beautiful hand embroidered lehenga.

3) Zardosi A-Line Lehenga
Zardosi has always been chosen to add that ritzy look. An a-line lehenga with plenty of zardosi work is everything you need for a Navratri party. Try opting for blue and red colors to turn some heads.

Zadosi Lehenga

4) Polka dotted Ethnic Choli
There's nothing more quirky than polka dotted designs on your outfit. Why not try experimenting with a polka dotted lehenga ? It might sound bizarre, but it's completely a by-product of an Indo western fashion statement.

5) Long Skirts
Lehenga Cholis might not amuse you or you might not always want to get weighed down with such gorgeous attire. Therefore, you can always opt out to look different, with a long flared skirt in pastel hues. Skirts are great outfits that can be worn with a touch of traditionalism.

6) Embroidered Lehenga Saree
With currently many celebs donning this wear, lehenga saree is recent craze amidst women. Designed with simple flares and borders to balance the heavy for length lehenga, this particular wear embodies pure ethnicity with a hint of coolness.

Embroidered Lehenga Saree

7) Koti Jackets
Koti jackets so far are the latest cry amidst all the fashion-obsessed women. Try complimenting your otherwise simple kurti or long ethnic top with a short hand embroidered koti jacket. Not only are they super stylish, but are apt as traditional wear during festivals.