10th to 19th October
Hello festive season!
to one and all……
Navratri is a major festival celebrated by the Hindus in India with much devoutness and reverence. In this festival, people worship the nine different forms of the Goddess Durga who symbolizes purity, power and divinity. The word ‘Navratri ‘means ‘Nine nights’.
It’s impossible that we are talking about navratri and we are not talking about fashion. Fashion is something which enhances our personality to look more and more graceful.
Lovable Looks for this Navratri
India has a varied number of options when it comes to clothing and fashion. Every state has their own traditional dress and style which are now worn by all nationally irrespective of which state they belong.
Let’s look upon a few Navratri looks which can be experimented and get styled with in this festive season –
It’s the newest and trendiest clothing item added to the dandiya/garba looks. If you want to add variety to your garba wardrobe, you may add one of these gorgeous dresses. It’s a combination of a kurti, a churidar or pants and a dupatta in a colourful appearance.
This is for passionate dancers who bleed garba/dandiya. Put on a simple solid colour lehenga teamed up with heavy silver oxidised jewellery. Turn heads with every move. Lancha is another option, which gives refined traditional look on the dance floor!
The Sharara is a three-piece outfit with flared pants for lowers, with a joint at or below the knee level, generally worn to weddings. But carrying it for garba is also a good option. Accessorize your Sharara and Kurti set with long jhumkas and you are good to go.
The Anarkali is a beautiful and opulent ethnic dress that symbolizes our rich and ancient history. Another trend that is making a comeback is floor length anarkalis. They are definitely less bulkier and more about rich threadwork this festive season.
Floor length long dresses that come with dupattas make for a very interesting Navratri look. These Indo-western style floor length long dresses are among the most popular styles to flaunt during festivities.
Make-Up to light up the Garba Nights
We hope you guys are attending lots of garba and dandiya nights. As you get your dress, accessories and hairstyle together for those garba/dandiya nights, it’s equally important to look into your makeup. The traditional look can be best bring when you finish it with proper make-up. Garba makeup should be light and basic. Heavy make-up can ruin the exquisite Garba/Dandiya look. Pick make-up shades which coordinate well with your dress. Remember to use a waterproof eyeliner and mascara to keep it from spreading.
sets are so appealing, that you wouldn’t want to wear any other accessories ever! Wear an oxidised necklace set with a bandhgala kurti, or a simple blouse, and see how it changes your look, making you look sultry and elegant! Oxidised necklace sets are usually inspired by temple and tribal designs and can be considered as chunky jewellery.
Foods to Feast On this Navrati
Usually a large part of north, west and central India observes a fast on all nine days. Some people may choose to fast only on the first and the last day of the festive period. Fasting is a way to pay your gratitude to the Goddess. Traditionally, the consumption of alcohol and non-vegetarian food is considered inauspicious and unholy but there is also sound science behind it. During these fasts people avoid eating meat, grains, alcohol, onion, garlic etc. From an Ayurveda perspective, these foods attract and absorb negative energies and should be avoided during a seasonal change as our bodies tend to have low immunity around that time.
Include Fresh Fruits in your fasting diet during Sharad Navratri. Fresh seasonal fruits will keep you rejuvenated . Toss all fruits in a bowl and make some fruit chaat for yourself. Don’t forget to add some lime juice and rock salt to it.These days and Nights of Feasting and Fasting are long awaited by the people throughout the country. So, enjoy your Navrtaris and swing to the tunes on the melodious garba nights.
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That’s all for now! I hope all you women liked these Looks, Make-up and Food Ideas for the upcoming festivals of navratri and garba.Happy Navratri From Wishcart