Like last year we are back with 9 special editions to celebrate Durga Puja 2020 and Navratri 2020 in a great yet fashionable way. Every day until the 9th day of this holy festival, we will give your outfit ideas that will perfectly fit the festival and make you look beautiful. Check out all of the outfits and stay tuned to find out more.
Navaratri has started! Get ready for 9 days of joy, celebration, Dandiya and Garba Raas. The Navratri festival is characterized by traditions, ethnic clothing, dances and celebrations and a colorful festival. Navratri colors play an important role during the festival.
Each color means an important legend and deity. Gray is the color of Pratipada, the first day of the festive Navaratri. It represents Maha Kali or Bhairavi.
Religious meaning aside, if you thought gray was some kind of boring shade for a festive season then you are very wrong. Gray is a color that can be combined with any other shade in the palette and also creates a sense of grace that is well perceived. If you go through Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s collections, you will find a number of his fabulous designs in shades of gray with velvety black. Kajol’s rampwalk at Lakme Fashion Week in Manish Malhotra’s black and neon green was a huge hit this year, especially her full-sleeved mesh blouse. This color stands for refinement and elegance. That’s enough to prove why there is so much gray in these designers’ collections.
While in the evening you can save the playful colors of your wardrobe for your Garba Raas, you can dress in eye-catching gray saris and celebrate the first day of Navratri. We bring you beautiful collections of beautiful gray saris to mark this auspicious beginning of this festival.
Check out this lovely gray saree with silver borders and embroidery on the pallu. Combine it with a black fishnet blouse. Wear tasteful metal or silver jewelry to complete the festive look.
When it comes to net saris, color takes a back seat. This is because net saris are always chic and very fashionable. Well, we have not limited our offers, but instead give you a feast for the eyes. Pick one and look glamorous in one of these gray mesh saris with black borders, silver patchwork, and paisley and resham embroidery. Either wear them with a sleeveless, jeweled gray blouse to flaunt your taut arms, or keep your sleeves full length to keep your modesty. And if you’re planning on going out, put on high heeled stilettos or sandals to complete the glamorous look.
Everyone will admire you when you wear this gray net and viscose lehenga saree with stone, zari and resham embroidery.
This ash gray chiffon saree is perfect for newlyweds and even unmarried girls. It will look even more beautiful when you wear it Gujarati style. The brocade blouse is the highlight of this saree.
Let’s check out some more saris for the festivals like Diwali, Navratri, Dusshera and so on
Aside from the fabulous collection of saris, I am now bringing you top 5 gray anarkali suits that are floor-length perfect to go with the first day of cheap navratri colors. Check out our top 5 picks.
The first piece is a fabulous number that reflects nothing but grace and elegance. This sleeveless gray floor-length anarkali comes with contrasting white embroidery flanked by shiny black and silver edges. The yoke is velvet gray and accentuated with a thick waistband full of elaborate embroidery made of white thread. The hem of Anarkali is also flanked by matching embroidery with silver and black zari brocade. The mesh fabric of the suit is complemented by mesh dupatta in a matching color with double zari borders in black and white and not to mention the latkans on the 4 edges.
You can wear this graceful anarkali with minimal jewelry other than a statement ring or giant jhumka while keeping your neck free.
This gray charkon and faux georgette Anarkali Salwar Kameez is another great option to start the navratri with panache. Get a hot look with grace and elegance now with this fabulous number. For those looking for full sleeve anarkali in gray, this may be the ultimate choice. While the upper half of the top is accentuated with beautiful embroidery in butta and jaal, the brocade has a zari border in three colors. To make the dress look more attractive, the butta work is flanked by stones and huge motifs on shoulders set with more stones.
Here is another large number to mark the occasion. Add instant glamor to your personality with this cream zari-look anarkali suit. This designer-inspired free flowing anarkali comes in two colors with heavily embroidered sleeves and egg yolk. The rich gota work gives this super flared suit elegance. In addition, the brocade is accentuated with matching embroidery to add some points to the outfit.
With sleeves fully embroidered, you can get discounted bangles. Instead, you can opt for statement earrings to complete your look.
If you are looking for designer-inspired salwar kameez for the first day of Navratri, this awesome gray and black anarkali suit is your instant pick. This fabulous nitrogen-rich suit can turn heads for the unique egg yolk design that looks like a jacket, not to mention the complementary black dupatta flanked by random motifs in white.
The pink brocade on the sleeves and the dupatta as well as on the hem gives the outfit an edge.
I still couldn’t figure out why the manufacturer named this gorgeous anarkali suit the Nargis Fakhri Gray Patch Border Work Anarkali suit. Whatever, this is not least the greatest number in our collection. This fabulous floor length anarkali is suitable for women of all ages. The heavily embroidered egg yolk has an ornate neckline in the form of a royal necklace.
The bright pink and purple floral motifs on the egg yolk match a similar design on the sleeves. While the golden thread decorates the edge of the sleeves and the hem. This full-length gray suit comes with a matching dupatta that is flanked by gold brocade.
Let’s look at some Bollywood celebrities who can be seen in gray ensembles.
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