With the festive season finally here, it’s time to get dressed for endless nights of dancing and celebrations. And that can only mean one thing. We need to give our festive wardrobe a 360-degree makeover. From your classic kurta silhouettes to stylish and trendy cuts, Vedic brings to you styles that cater to everyone’s needs this season.
Let’s begin our style edit with the auspicious days of Navratri and let’s start by offering our prayers and respect to the goddess. This festival is one of the few ones that is celebrated with great pomp and show. The breathtaking decorations and colors fill these nine days with happiness and for all the right reasons. These nine days are honored to remember the victory of good over evil and are dedicated to different incarnations of Goddess Durga. With festivities happening throughout the nine days its only fair that our wardrobe is up-to-date. Keeping that in mind, we at Vedic help you chose an outfit that is color appropriate and signifies the meaning of each day perfectly for the next nine days.
Day 1: Yellow Colour
The first day of Navratri is the first incarnation of Devi – Shailaputri – daughter of the mountains. She is an epitome of mother nature and symbolizes strength. The color yellow stands for brightness, happiness, and cheerfulness.
Yellow Jacket Gown
Start the festivities wearing this joyous yellow jacket gown by Vedic. Crafted with love, this printed jacket gown comes featuring subtle colored kurta, an open jacket with gota Patti lace, and mandarin collar. Team it up with a pair of chic gold stilettos & statement jhumkas to slay any function with your looks too.
Day 2: Green Colour
The second day of Navratri is the second incarnation of Goddess Durga – Brahmacharani – the female seeking spiritual knowledge. Goddess Durga or Parvati heads to the lush green mountains to do penance, and thus joins her prospective consort, Lord Shiva there in asceticism. The color green stands for growth, nature, and energy.
Green Keyhole Gown
Celebrate the second day of Navratri wearing this green keyhole jacket from Vedic. This ultra-stylish modern silhouette with a printed twist comes featuring a round neck, a keyhole near the neckline, 3/4th sleeves and contrast border near the hem, adding style to the complete attire. Let your hair loose in curls, wear nude stilettoes and droplet earrings to look fab.
Day 3: Grey Colour
The third mark’s the incarnation of Devi is Chandraghanta. She dons a grey-colored half-moon on her forehead which symbolizes her mood; Ever ready to fight and destroy the enemies of her devotees.
Grey Straight Fit Kurta
Offer your prayers to Devi Chandraghanta, by donning this grey slim fit kurta by Vedic. Made with premium cotton fabric, this kurta features a mandarin collar, button placket, and 3/4th sleeves, making it a perfect fit for this festive day. Grab a pair of blue skinny fit denim, kitten heels, and stud earrings, for perfect workwear or festive wear look to give you a subtle yet stunning appeal.
Day 4: Orange Colour
The fourth incarnation of Goddess Durga is Kushmanda. The enchanting brightness of this Devi, with her captivating smile, lights up the sun. Hence, the color orange symbolizes her portrayal of happiness and energy.
Orange Printed Cotton Dress
Celebrate the day by wearing this exquisite orange A-line kurta by Vedic. This beautiful overall printed kurta features a mandarin collar with a notch, button placket, and 3/4th sleeves, creating a perfect indo-western look and giving you an enchanting ensemble. Style yours with Punjabi Jootis, and delicate earrings, to complete your ensemble.
Day 5: White Colour
The fifth incarnation of Devi is Skandamata – mother of Skanda or Kartikeya, the war-god. The Devi holding her baby in her lap symbolizes the purity and extent of a mother’s love. The color also symbolizes the peace, purity, and prayer that the devotees’ have in their hearts when they worship her.
White Cotton Dress Embroidery
Don this beautiful white ensemble from Vedic Fashion, which is an apt choice for this season. Crafted to perfection, this printed white dress comes featuring an embroidered yoke panel, button placket, 3/4th sleeves, and U-neck, creating a beautiful mirage for the onlookers. Style yours with pumps, a tan belt, and delicate earrings, to complete your exquisite look.
Day 6: Red Colour
The sixth incarnation of Devi is Katyayani. She is a fiery form of Goddess Durga believed to be created out of the anger and wrath of the Gods. And hence the red color tends to get associated with the goddess. The color also stands for action and vigor
Red Printed Kurta
A pure rendition of strength and elegance, this red printed kurta from Vedic is a perfect addition to your festive staples. Featuring beautiful allover floral print, three-quarter sleeves, button placket, and a side Slits, this kurta is sure to bring in the right amount of charm to your personality. Grab a pair of palazzos and Kolhapuris! Add a pair of chandbalis to complete the gorgeous look.
Day 7: Dark Blue Colour
The seventh incarnation of Devi is Kaalratri. She is a destructive form of the Goddess and is also known as the mighty Kali. The color blue depicts powerful energy.
Blue Printed Cotton Dress
Give your festive outings a unique touch with this blue dress by Vedic Fashion. Crafted to perfection, this overall printed dress features a front button placket, mandarin collar, and 3/4th sleeves. A breathtaking piece to wow everyone. Style yours with a pair of strappy sandals and jhumkis for an ethnic yet chic look.
Day 8: Pink Colour
The eighth incarnation of Devi is Mahagauri. She is known to fulfill the desires of everyone. The color pink stands for hope and freshness in perspective.
Pink Double Layered Gown
Chose to don this sophisticated pink kurta by Vedic Fashion for the eighth day of Navratri. Crafted to perfection, this double-layered kurta features an embroidered yoke, printed layer, embroidered hemline, mandarin collar, and 3/4th sleeves, giving your wardrobe a required ethnic uplift. Grab a pair of nude stilettoes and jhumkis to make an impression when you make an entrance.
Day 9: Violet Colour
The ninth incarnation of Devi is Siddhidatri. She is the giver of knowledge and helps in achieving your goals and aspirations. The color purple is thus a representation of ambition and power.
White and Purple Printed Kurti
You don this beautifully printed kurta by Vedic to giving your spirits a refreshing uplift. Beautifully designed with finest cotton fabric, this kurta features an all-over white & purple floral print, 3/4th sleeves, a round neck, button placket, and side slits, which are sure to raise your style game to the next level. Grab black leggings, nude stilettoes, and droplet earrings to get a perfect and sophisticated look.
So, everyone out there, this Navratri be ready to wear this color theory, and May the goddess shower her blessings on you, in each and every aspect of your life. Happy Navratri!
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