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Navratri Collection 2018: Designer Lehengas, Sarees, Salwar Suits & Kurtis For Navratri.
Colorful Lehengas and Indian-wear For Navratri
The Sharadiya Navratri or the winter festival of nine nights that’s celebrated in the year’s latter half is a supre popular religious event, thanks to the fun factor, vibrance and colorful vibes attached to it. Navratri Lehenga Cholis – also known as Chaniya Cholis – are worn popularly during these nine nights, as people dance and groove to the beats of Garba and Dandiya Raas – much loved folk dance forms from the western state of India – Gujarat. Rajasthan, Maharashtra and their bordering states celebrate this fest with the greatest fervor and show.
Navratri also happens to be one of the most popular religious celebrations, across the Indian subcontinent. In present times, due to dispersion of Indians around the globe, the soiree has also extended to different countries, where NRIs connect to their roots by celebrating festivals like Diwali, Eid, Navratri.
During this time of the year, which is full of Indian festivals, markets and online stores are well-stocked with Kutchi embroidered, net, printed as well as mirror work festive and Navratri lehengas and matching accessories like oxidized jewellery, mirror work purses or pouches, footwear and juttis and traditional menswear, which is called as Kediya. Kurtas for men and Kurtis for women are also popular ethnic wear during this festival.
Sarees for Navratri
Where lehengas command a huge proportion of patrons, sarees too are preferred by a number of women, not just while performing garba and dandiya raas, but also for various rituals and religious ceremonies that are an integral part of this fest.
Since Gujarati Navratri is different and more vibrant from rest of the country, lehengas or chaniyas or heavier, flashier Indian wear like embroidered sarees, Bandhani sarees and Anarkalis are worn here. However, in rest of India, especially the northern and eastern belt, sarees are staple for Navratri celebrations and poojas.
Durga Pooja Dressing Options
Durga Puja – the Navratri equivalent in states of Bengal, Bihar, Odhisa, Jharkhand and Chattisgarh – among others – is another extremely loved and followed festival. Red and white Bengali sarees, pure silk sarees and glistening Banarasis are most preferred during this celebratory event.
Salwar suits, Anarkali suits and Floor-length suits for Navratri
A salwar suit will give you the liberty to move around at ease; while keeping your attire confined to the traditional dress code required while performing the Durga Puja and then grooving to folk music with your community members. Explore the collection of traditional and Patiala suits and palazzo suits in the specially curated Navratri collection online on saree.com.
Indian wear for Dusshera and Ram Navmi
The culmination of the nine nights is Dusshera – the 10th day that celebrates the victory of good over evil – and symbolizes the day when Ravana was killed by Lord Rama. The day before is Ram Navmi – the 9th and last day of Navratri. Both the events are held in great esteem and are celebrated in different ways – yet one thing that’s common is – people dress up, especially the lovely ladies. In Saree.com’s latest Navratri Collection, you can find sarees, suits, kurtis and lehengas for these events too.
Latest Navratri collection: Outfit ideas
With substantial changes in the lifestyle of Indians, the assortment of Navratri outfits has widened to accommodate more trendy silhouettes. It’s not just fashion forward cities like Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi and Surat- girls in smaller towns too have been experimenting with their Navratri wardrobe with fusion wear. If traditional sarees and lehengas seem to be too much to handle while dancing, you can grace the evening a skirt crop-top set or a printed maxi kurti or tunic. You can also layer your outfits with embellished jackets, stoles and belts and while you’re stepping out of your comfort zone, you might as well play around with some quirky accessories too!