9 Best Navratri outfit ideas to Looks Trendy

Now that Navratri is round the corner, why not start planning for it from now itself? And when it comes to planning, of course dressing up is the vital part of it, right? I know that Covid19 has made everything very negative and gloomy around, but why not even if the inside room celebrates Navratri by getting decked up in some trendy fashionable manner. So let’s check out some cool dressing ideas for this Navratri to make it special even when the majority of us I know will be inside our home or maybe at max going to our relative’s places.

Palazzo:

A plain solid palazzo with a festive top looks great in festive seasons. This will be breezy, you will get multiple color options for this. You can pair it up with a grand jhumka, and yes, you are ready to rock!

Jumpsuit:

A jumpsuit, which is preferably in a lighter shade with a matching or even contrasting jacket looks amazing. It is super on-trend and gives even a good ethnic look. You can also choose the jumpsuit such that it has flowy pants to look even more trendy.

Anarkali:

That’s the perfect way to have that proper next door girl look with a grand beauty as well. And on top of that, if you can choose a plain white anarkali, you can pair it up with some gorgeous dupattas and some big jhumkas to look fav.

Saree:

No no, not that same old style of saree, get a dhoti style saree, and you can get it even online these days and pair that up with an off-shoulder top.

Lehenga:

For all classic girls out there, the lehenga is the best option to get a gorgeous traditional look. Prefer a lehenga with a contrasting color blouse to steal the show!

Skirt and top:

A floral printed skirt with a plain solid top looks amazing. You can prefer the skirt to be knee-length and have a collared top with it. Looks great!

Garba special:

Did you think I am forgetting Garba? No, m not, lol. Though Garba might not take place this time due to the pandemic or even will happen with very less crowd, you must keep a Garba dress ready.  Keep a dhoti style lowers and a short junky Kurti with some great oxidized jewelry for the same.

Salwar:

Coming to basics, a gorgeous salwar is always the show-stealer. Get a great salwar with some matching jewelry and you are done!

Gown:

A long gown with a jacket looks amazing. It’s the perfect combination of traditional and western touch.