Make this Navratri more special by dressing in the colours that symbolise the nine days of the festival…

Power of Grey

Yes, this is a powerful colour! Invoke the colour grey that stands for destruction of evil by wearing a metallic grey button-down kurta detailed with ethnic embroidery paired with matching palazzos. Men can try a self-embossed printed kurta with white pants and sandals.

Tranquillity of Orange

Welcome the start of Navratri with the colour orange bringing tranquillity to your day. Styled with a dazzling all-over print, a sleeveless kurta paired with white accessories will set the festive mood. A long-sleeved printed kurta in orange teamed with white churidars will do nicely for men.

Purity of White

Representing serenity, purity and peace, add some white to your ethnic wear by wearing a stylish white embroidered kurta with sheer sleeves. Pair it with a contrasting pale blue dupatta and a mustard churidar.

Red, So Auspicious

Wear your festive energy with a shade of red. Add a tinge of red to your outfit with a silvery grey kurta detailed with a red print and contrast yoke. A bright red dupatta will set off this look nicely. Jacquard patterns are a big hit during the festivities and a long-sleeved red kurta in this design is sure to stand out for men.

Divinity of Royal Blue

Nothing says festive more than a royal blue – the colour of divinity. Honour this colour by dressing in an elegant Anarkali kurta with stand-out gold-foiled prints. An embellished flared kurta set will give your little one a stylish look too.

Cheerfulness of Yellow

Bring cheerfulness and joy into your day through the colour yellow. A simple yet super stylish yellow kurta with an embellished notch-neck in silver will go a long way on this occasion. Brighten up the festive day for your girls by dressing them in a bright yellow kurta set layered with an embroidered koti. Men can also join the fun with a window pane-checked yellow kurta and straight pants.

The Colour of Nature

Time to worship Mother Nature – add the beautiful colour of leaves to your children’s wardrobe. A layered kurta in a pale green colour of new leaves designed with subtle embroidery, three-quarter sleeves and a notch neckline is everything this day calls for.

Peacock Green – Hue of Fulfilment

Celebrate this day with being granted your wishes and desires with the colour peacock green. Look stunning in an A-line kurta with a collage of ethnic prints paired with a pink churidar. A traditional green kurta for men will add vibrance to this occasion.

Energy of Purple

An auspicious purple hue bringing with it ambition and energy is the centre of this day. An embroidered purple kurta with golden straight pants or mustard palazzos will bring out the style of the day while men can keep things elegant with a full-sleeved purple kurta.

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