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Celebrated in every autumn year, the country is all set to drown in different shades of colors, food and sweets! Yes, it is time to bring the Indian colors out to dress up and enjoy the Navratri festival. This multi-day festival is celebrated for different reasons. No matter how much one adores the western hot chick look, nothing beats the beauty and glam of the ethnic wear. The festivity continues till 9 days, so obviously one requires lots of variety of colors and clothes to shine and sparkle just like the Goddess Durga. Here are 7 options to make you feel like an Indian diva all over again!


The first day of the festival entails the wearing of the color Red, which stands for vigour, action and warmth, kickstarting the festivities. It would be an understatement to say that red is the color of passion. Red not only symbolizes the boldness raging inside you but also shows the fierce and fiery attitude that you carry. Go red à la hot this Navratri-






Royal Blue is the color that is worn on the second day of Navratri, as it stands as the epitome of power, grace and prosperity. Symbolizing the smartness and intelligence, blue never fails to catch the eyes. A blue colored dress is all that you need to give the right clue to the other people around. Pick one of these gorgeous outfits to look utterly stunning on the second day:


Or this one if you want to opt for something uber-traditional :





The third day of Navratri is known as the Tritiya. On the third day, green colour is to be worn, signifying prosperity and emancipation. Exuding a lot of class and elegance, this color is sure to complement most of your casual as well as party wear outfits in the most stunning way ever. Take your pick from among the heavily ethnic or toned down look, as per your choice.





The fourth day of Navratri is the Chaturthi, when it is believed the Universe was born when Goddess Durga laughed. Yellow colour is worn on this day, symbolising happiness, positivity and merriment. Set your mark in the fashion world and gain the admiration of the rest as you step out carrying yellow color.


Yellow indeed oozes out style and elegance.   




Known as Panchami, orange is worn on the fifth day of Navratri. The color orange symbolises peace and prosperity, which is what the day stands to celebrate. The orange colour has a lot of variants in the ethnic Gujarati attire which you can choose from. A rustic look to amp up your fashion game this Navratri.





Look your ethnic best this Navratri by wearing a purple color dress. The colour purple is worn on the sixth day of Navratri. It stands for courage and the strength of the human spirit. Club it matching accessories and make everyone go aww for your awesome fashion sense.




Add a vintage touch to your style factor by adding white color in your wardrobe. The seventh and last day of Navratri is a white color day. Goddess Durga is portrayed as Kalratri, meaning a black and dark night. Let peace triumph everywhere this Navratri. The white colour is shown to stand for all kinds of troubles and anxiety. Again, take Deepika as your inspiration, or maybe pull off Alia way?


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