This time of the year is the beginning of many auspicious festivals and occasions in India. The preparations for Diwali, the biggest Hindu festival and the preceding Navratri start at least a month before in most households.
Navratri, a nine-day festival of Goddess Durga and its avatars is celebrated with fervor across India. Every region celebrates Navratri in its own unique style and women dress up in ethnic Navratri outfits to celebrate this holy festival.
Hence, with Navratri less than a month away, it’s about time that you get your Navratri wardrobe ready so that you don’t have to rush and get stressed at the last minute. Here, we give you day-wise Navratri outfit ideas based on the color significance of each day. Shall we begin?
Navrati Dress Colors & Outfit Inspiration
Day 1 (October 7, 2021)YELLOW
Yellow is the colour for the first day of the Navratri this year. It’s the day of Navratra Sthapana and Goddess Durga’s Mata Shailputri avatar is worshipped on the first day of the festival.
Saree is the ultimate ethnic wear choice to begin the celebration and so, you can don a saree in shades of yellow. Take this saree for example:
A designer yet super comfortable cotton saree, it features a delicate floral block printed pattern and will help you get that effortlessly elegant look on the first day.
Style tip: Add a pair of statement silver Jhumkis to complete your yellow saree look and you can make your hair in a bun and use gajra for that extra oomph. You can thank us later.
Day 2 (October 8, 2021)
Add that touch of style to your saree look with a lustrous saree in the color of the day i.e., green.
This isn’t your regular green saree. Crafted from fine Chanderi the fusion of geometric and floral prints at the border and pallu, the olive green shade will give you that refreshing look and notch up your Navratri festive dressing style.
However, if you want to go for a saree alternative, a suit should be your next choice.
This pickle green unstitched Maheshwari silk suit set will be a wonderful breather from your saree look. Featuring intricate floral motifs all over, the contrast color dupatta in blue will just add to your whole Navrati look.
Day 3 (October 9, 2021)
Do you know how to turn the neutral grey, the day three color, look fun? We might have the perfect way for it.
Transform the muted turn of grey with this saree and just set Navratri dressing goals for everyone in this stunning Grey saree with Khadi Gold block prints.
Day 4 (October 10, 2021)
Goddess Kushmanda is worshipped on Day 4 and the bright and vibrant orange is the color for the day that symbolizes energy and happiness.
Make a statement with our designer chanderi silk suit in the gorgeous tangerine colour. Get the suit designed in a fit that keeps you stylish and comfortable all day long.
Style Tip: Accessorize the suit with silver anklets, mojaris, and carry a complementing potli bag.
Day 5 (October 11, 2021)
Look your ethereal self in this gota work suit in white that is the colour for Day 5. Multicolor and block printed floral jaal print with gota detailing at the neck just adds to the pristine white cotton base of the suit set.
Shop this unstitched suit set today and get it styled the way you want for the upcoming Navratri celebrations.
Day 6 (October 12, 2021)
Navratri’s 6th day is dedicated to Mata Katyayani Devi and this year, the colour of the day will be red that signifies vigour, love, and courage.
You can drape yourself in varied hues of red for this day. This Kota Doria dupatta suit with gotawork-detailed cotton Kurta in classic red color is a fitting choice for the day.
Our exclusive discharge block print suit set crafted from the finest Maheshwari silk is another stunning alternative that you can try.
It’s festive yet super classy and comfy, ensuring that you stay breezy and fresh even during the hectic festive season of Navratri.
Day 7 (October 13, 2021)
Blue is the colour for Day 7 and we have the perfect ethnic ensemble for you to don on this day.
Our indigo chanderi blue saree with this unique block print design will be perfect for your Navratri look.
Day 8 (October 14, 2021)
While you may have multiple Pink-colour ethnic ensembles in your wardrobe already, Navratri and Diwali celebrations call for some addition to your ethnic closet.
We have got not one but two great Navratri outfit ideas for you on Day 8. If you love wearing a saree, this pink chanderi saree is a royal choice as it features a khadi gold floral print.
However, if you want to opt for a pink suit, this Maheshwari silk suit set with pink kurta and canary yellow bottom and dupatta is a wonderful choice.
Day 9 (October 15, 2021)
On the last day of Navratri and you might have a concluding Pooja and Kanjak feast celebration at home. Purple, the color of luxury, ambition, and power can be incorporated beautifully into your attire.
As it might be a hectic day for you, this cotton gotawork suit in beautiful mauve color with matching mulmul dupatta is great for the occasion. The best part is that you can get it styled and fit as per your own comfort and taste.
Style tip: Do a solah Srinagar and maybe add a nath or a long pendant neckpiece to make a statement on the last day of Navratra to accentuate your overall look.
Get ready to shine through the Navratri celebrations
Our style guide and Navratri outfit ideas will help you look like a goddess of style and elegance yourself. So, start preparing and getting your outfits ready for the Navratri and upcoming festivities.
You can explore our entire festive collection of sarees and suits on our website, here.