Like Sonam, Ditch The Chania-Choli For These Offbeat Navratri Outfits
We know how stressed you girls might be right now. Navratri's almost here, you have invites from Garba and Dandiya nights flowing in, and you still haven't found a chania-choli that doesn't resemble your last year's outfit! But hold it right there!
Ever thought about making an offbeat style statement by moving over the regular chania-choli which hundreds of women will be sporting during the event? If not, here's your chance to look different and grab eyeballs this Navratri! Let us give you some fashion inspiration with these offbeat Navratri outfits.
The Mirrored Koti
Go for a colourful and comfortable pair of dhoti pants, along with a contrasting short kurti. Let the highlight of your outfit be a mirrored koti to complete the ethnic feel. Rock the look with a matching pair of jootis and light earrings so that you can dance the night away in comfort.
The Offbeat Choli
It's okay to have your loyalties for the classic lehenga during the festive season. But you can always play around with the choli. Peplum and flared cholies are much in fashion and a great way of looking elegant without showing skin. However, go for a light lehenga so as to be comfortable.
The High-Low Beauty
A bright-coloured high-low kameez with a flared Patiala or a fitted churidaar and distinctive makeup is right what you need to be the head-turner at the gala event. Who knew that classic salwar-kameez could be styled in such a way!
The Embroidered Blouse
A bright, colourful saree can look pretty basic if not teamed up with a statement blouse! Whether you choose a blouse with mirror-work, zari work, or gota-work, ensure that it is fitted. Plus, with such an eye-catching element, keep your sari simple. Just a cluster of bangles and pretty danglers would do the trick.
The Long Kurta On Lehenga
Short on your shopping budget for Navratri? Team up last year's lehenga with a contrasting long A-line kurta and you're sorted! Who said repeating your outfit is a fashion offence until you do it smartly ;)
The Stunning Palazzo
The best thing about palazzos is that it doesn't bind you in tight-fitted clothes. Opt for an embroidered and gorgeous kurti to go with your palazzos. And don't forget the jootis!
The Chic Dhoti Pants
Dhoti pants are a cool new way to stay comfortable yet trendy. Right from a mirror-work button-up kurta to a printed casual one, almost anything complements a pair of dhoti pants beautifully.
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