Navratri , the nine-day festival that is celebrated to worship different forms of Goddess Durga has currently absorbed the country. Everyone is in the festive mood and want to look their best in the color of the day. The most unique part of Navratri is the dandiya nights when you can dance your heart out to the beats of the traditional form of music. The dandiya celebrations bring in enthusiasm and energy that makes Navartri different from every other festival. Women get a perk this festive season with a wide range of clothes awaiting them. Their wardrobe usually gets a facelift with colorful clothes adorning them this festival season. Traditional wears like sarees, lehengas and salwaars become the fever of the season for women.
Since Green is the color of the day, you can enjoy the liberty to experiment with this shade. Green has a variety of shades, ranging from dark to light and each shade has its unique essence. This Navratri go green in a stylish way with out easy tips. `
Most women love to go traditional on festivals and the most simple option is a dress, usually an anarkali. Being easy to carry, working women usually love adorning themselves with one which does not become hectic while travelling and at the same time look chic. Matching it with some beautiful studded stone jewellery will elate your look. If your anarkali has more of embroidery work on the upper half, it will be advisable not to wear a neckpiece, or else you can polish your look with a simple neck piece. Wear a matching stiletto and you are good to paint the town pink! (ALSO READ: Navratri Day 1 Colour Grey: Top 6 style options that you can easily pull off this Navratri)
Green is a common color and most women manage to have at least one green saree in their wardrobe. You don’t need great make over to look good in green. A simple bright green saree with a golden blouse will do the needy. If it is a plain one, then you have plenty of space for jewellery. A golden necklace is a better option as it would combine with your golden blouse. Advisably dont pin up the pleats and you need not add on bangles.(ALSO READ: Navratri 2016: Day 3 colour White, look enchanting this Navratri with our easy tips)
3. Green Dress
Although women love to look all decked up with Indian wear, there are some exceptions. For women who want to keep their modern look intact and still manage to get the essence of the season, here is your combination. Look for some matching junk jewellery with a bit of nail art. It will make you look equally gorgeous and may also get an extra compliment for carrying a knee length dress perfectly on a Green Navratri Day. Not everyone opts for this, it is only the lucky ones who manage to get the look right. (ALSO READ: Navratri 2016: Day 6 colour Yellow, top looks you MUST incorporate in your festive wardrobe!)