Navratri Bestsellers – 15 Gujarati Chaniya Cholis for Garba you can’t miss!
The most awaited nine-day festival of fun, dance, and melodiously grooving evenings – Sharadiya Navratri – is about to begin soon. People living or rooted in India, especially the Western (India) belt, are aware of this energetic prelude to Diwali. Navratris are extra special in the state of Gujarat. Along with the Garba and Dandiya excitement that now pervades the entire nation and even foreign shores, there is the fervor of Durga Pooja, lovingly known as Poojo, in the country’s Eastern region, specifically in the state of Bengal.
During this time, when the weather turns pleasant with its autumn vibes, the festive markets are abuzz with excited revelers and cultural enthusiasts looking out for glittering wares, traditional clothes, Poojo sarees, multi-hued dupattas, bangles, silver jewelry, cultural Navratri dresses, decorated dandiya sticks, Navratri Chaniya Cholis, and lehengas, cultural symbols like Goddess idols and Garbas, and even the latest and trendy outfits’ collections. In other words, it’s a complete carnival out there with electrifying excitement!
However, this year’s Navratri seems to be taking place as a closely held celebration. The pandemic has confined us to our homes and neighborhoods. But amidst the mightiest chaos, a little celebration with your close ones is surely something to look forward! And we’re always there to make your occasion special, with the prettiest choices in chaniya cholis and Navratri fusion-wear.
Here are some selected outfits that are in tune with the sober festivity of Navratri 2020
Navratri Chaniya Cholis
The essence of revel aesthetically presented as vivid motifs over a breathtaking flare, this cotton chaniya choli radiates vibrancy in every inch of the garment. From multi-colored tassels to shimmering mirror work, it promises an evening full of gorgeous merriment!
Traditional kutchi work embedded onto a plain black cotton lehenga, paired with a color-pop highlighted blouse and dupatta, this ensemble is a breathtaking blend of elegance and effervescence.
Organza is the fabric of the season! Put together with the classic feels of flowery prints, this organza lehenga choli spells picture-perfect radiance.
Stun your audience with the deadly assortment of captivating red with chic minimalism! This art silk lehenga is meant for the ones who prefer dressy comfort.
If you’re planning to socialize at home or enjoy a virtual Garba celebration, then this flattering fusion lehenga is one to check out intently. With comfort wrapped around its trendy details of flouncy sleeves and an asymmetrical hemline, this contemporary set is a festive treat for the modern ones!
For the ones planning to opt for a heritage look, a Banarasi silk lehenga in the ethnic palette of bright greens, Haldi yellow, festive orange, or auspicious reds is a perfect match for the pious evening of Durga Pooja or the religious Navratri Aarti.
This sequined black net lehenga paired with a contemporary flare-sleeved blouse is a sophisticated choice for a safe reveling get-together in your neighborhood.
While most of the ladies would refer color-indulgent lehengas, you can stand out in an all-white ensemble, made with utmost simplicity and allure.
If a plain white lehenga does not appeal to your wardrobe preference for the occasion, then check out this color-hint version with rainbow ruffle edge dupatta.
A cold-shoulder ensemble in smaller sizes, so that your little one can also enjoy the beautiful Navratri and Durga Pooja festival in style!
Wear the season trendiest detail with this raw silk jacket lehenga choli, an exuberant set with the timelessly charming Bandhej print detail.
The cultural elements of traditional colors and intricate multi-colored embroideries encompassed in a gorgeously flared, tassel-edged lehenga- ideal for a limelight garba look!
Giving a modern hint to the traditional chaniya choli with a peplum blouse detail, this motif detailed set is every bit of graceful fusion.
This layered bell-sleeve peplum lehenga choli is in sync with the global celebration of Navratri evenings. Style them with a pair of jhumkis and a kada for a complete ethnic feel.
Looking ahead with optimism, we wish you all a safe a happy festive season!