Faaya: Go Floral This Navratri

Go Floral This Navratri

The dance festival of the year has almost arrived and its time you start planning and practicing for the Nine day Dance Gala. With only a couple of weeks left for the festival, get ready with your best outfits and your favorite moves. Navratri is a much awaited festival all over the country, nine days are spent dancing and dressing up. It is very necessary to update yourself with the latest moves to match the beats and also to update your wardrobe to match the latest fashion moves.

Most girls prefer wearing heavy embroidered lehengas with traditional accessories that complement the look. The lehengas are available in various colors and sizes. Colorful bangles and big earrings look beautiful with the gorgeous heavy lehengas.

With the recent takeover of crop tops and floral skirts in the market, Indian fashion industry is thriving with everything floral. For a different look this year, buy a skirt in floral and team it up with a crop top and a lovely floral dupatta. Team it up with contemporary jewelry and you are set to rule the dance floor.

Likewise, you could try a floral crop top and a plain skirt which goes with a contrast duppata. This can be mixed with beautiful big jhumkas and go heavy on the eye makeup. Unlike the usual oxidized jewelry, you could experiment with the chunky junk jewelry which is available in various different sizes and colors. These outfits can be used for casual wear once the festival is over. You can reduce the length of the skirt and use it for everyday wear. Match the bangles with the outfit and wear a big statement necklace. This will make you stand apart from the crowd.

Give a break to the red and black lehengas with heavy embroidery and instead buy a colorful floral skirt in pink or green and team it up with a plain crop top, a contrast duppata and you are going to have all eyes on you for the night. If you are not much about experimenting with this look, try a floral crop top and team it up with a plain skirt and a contrast duppata. This navratri do not go big on embroidery on the blouse as well as the skirt. 


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