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Bring Festive Cheer To Your Navratri Wardrobe With These Celebrity Inspired Lehengas!

Every home is ecstatic about the return of India’s greatest festivals. And, as the Navratri season approaches, choosing a piece for larger-than-life garbas is a must. As Navratri begins, devotees fast diligently for nine nights to gain the Goddess’ blessings. Like other Indian festivals, they also dress up every day and buy new clothes.

While the progression of Navratri fashion is frequently reduced to shells, pom-pom-laden lehengas, and the colour of the day, the necessity to choose a versatile, fab, and one-of-a-kind ensemble is always a challenge. So we’ve chosen our favorite celebrities to help you pack a powerful outfit for this Navratri. Come take lessons from these stars on everything from typography to playful layering.

Prints Everywhere

Festivities and glitter go hand in hand, but prints come into play when it comes to comfort. With trend charts favoring eclectic prints, bold designs, Navratri appears to be the greatest opportunity to experiment. For starters, flower-laden skirts and matching cholis are an easy way to fall in love with the design. If you’re still not convinced, look to actress Katrina Kaif in printed lehenga, Ananya Panday’s lehenga for inspiration.

 

Color Therapeutics

Nothing completes the fiesta of holiday spirit like the beautiful blending of colours. Fans of multi-colored, patchwork, and pleat-separated skirts will appreciate Masaba Gupta’s bold motif skirt and Anushka Sharma’s traditional number. A vivid and lively piece like this will also relieve the pressure of accessorizing.

 

 

Joyful Geometry

Geometric prints are a godsend for those who dislike floral holiday settings. We observed a heavy mix of monochromes, vibrant hues, triangular designs, and Aztec-inspired zig-zags resting in celebrity wardrobes, with skirts dominating the trend in two-piece combinations. Style inspiration for this pattern may be seen in Kiara Advani’s lehenga, belted with a belt and Shilpa Shetty’s geometry-met-fruits ensemble.

 

 

Fabulous and Flare

Flare in abundance is an important box that your garba uniform must check. Your skirt must support all of your best moves in order for them to shine. For shoppers in this group, a fuss-free or rather Can-Can-free outfit is a delightful purchase. This multi-layered print-drama set in icy blue on Khushi Kapoor makes the idea of festive wearing easy and graceful. The one-of-a-kind print-play is accompanied by a semi-sheer, one-shouldered choli that is both youthful and refreshing.

Bandhani Lehengas

When in doubt, stick to a classic print or pattern. Bandhani print is a traditional print from Gujarat that forms a lovely pattern on clothing and accessories. Alia’s blue bandhani lehenga outfit is ideal for Navratri wear inspiration.

Alia looked stunning in this blue bandhani lehenga and choli ensemble. The lehenga was embellished with a matte gold zari border and a matching deep V-neck choli blouse.

 

Functional Lehengas

The thought of a functional and fashionable festive lehenga set is a pipe dream for many people. While pockets have always been a luxury in womenswear, their absence in the occasion wear sector has us even more irritated. You can make a prudent investment for this festival season, similar to Katrina Kaif’s pocketed lehenga and hand-painted lehenga on Sonam Kapoor, which has a belt bag.

 

 

Mirror work Lehengas

Ananya Panday’s mirror work lehenga is a fantastic inspiration to start your Navratri. Ananya’s white lehenga demonstrates that there is no such thing as too much mirror work. It has a seductive blouse covered in mirrors and a dupatta. Mirror work never goes out of style. An outfit like this will undoubtedly steal the show and Tara sutaria lehenga for inspiration.

 

 

Lehengas with jacket

If you’re looking for a print fix, a traditional-meets-contemporary lehenga, like Kriti sanon’s lehenga, is a good option for Navratri.

Follow her lead and make a few fast changes leave the dupatta at home and match your lehenga with a jacket to simply dance the night away.


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