5 Trendy Ethnic Outfits for This Navratri!

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The nine-day festival of Navratri is around the corner and so is the time to dress up in that colorful traditional attire. After all, the colorful Indian festival is not only about fasts and feasts but also about gathering together during Puja and dandiya nights. If you are wondering what should you be wearing to keep up with this year’s trend and style, we have an entire list to your rescue.

Photo Courtesy: PawsUp By Navin Dhyani Photo

Here, we share few trendy ethnic outfits for this Navratri inspired mainly to make your puja and dandiya nights special –

Embroidered Lehenga Saree

Look for designer lehenga saree for a trendy yet ethnic look. A saree or lehenga with heavy embroidered choli look eye catchy. Opt for bright colors such as red, orange, blue, pink, purple, pink, green, to steal the dandiya night show. Something with minimalistic border and flare is in the trend that balances the long-flow of lehenga.

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Rajasthani Lehenga Choli

This Navratri, wear a red and black Rajasthani lehenga choli for a royal impact. Complete the outfit look with a Rajasthani choli having mirror artwork. This dress is sure to grab all the eyeballs in your direction.

Kutch Chaniya Choli

When it comes to flaunting, Kutch Chaniya Choli is the best option for a traditional as well as ethnic look during Navratri. Choose a heavy hand embroidered backless choli, flared embroidered skirt and lightweight georgette dupatta to look stunning, sexy and modern.

Dual shade Lehenga Choli or saree

Tired of the same heavy embroidered artworks on the saree or lehenga? Grab all eyeballs with this vibrant and ethnic trend. Chose dual hues with attractive work on the chiffon sarees online to look picture-perfect at the dandiya raas. Bold and bright colors like yellow-pink, cream-maroon, red-blue saree with designer blouse will surely make you look more beautiful.

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Velvet Designer saree

Midnight blue velvet saree is a trend these days. Team it with a golden choli to get the diva mode on during Navratri nights. Go modern and stylish at the dance floor and be ready to get those amazing compliments coming your way.


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Jayshree Bhagat is a Beauty-Fashion-Lifestyle Blogger & a Freelance Writer. Follow her on Makeup Review & Beauty Blog for more updates.

All set for Navratri? What is your pick amongst the above trendy ethnic outfits?

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