Every girl loves dandiya nights, but the thought of putting together nine different Navratri looks can make you want to run for the hills, not put you in the mood to dance. Thankfully, Navratri fashion doesn’t have to be about lehengas that weigh you down and blingy, OTT jewellery. Fashion designer Ambrish Damani spills some best-kept fashion secrets to rock Navratri like a pro.
Keep it natural
Instead of sweaty fabrics like silk and polyester blends, choose anarkalis or salwar suits in natural fabrics, and ones that are not too heavy. How else will you have a great time dancing?
Shades of grey
Grey is a neutral colour that can be easily combined with a variety of options. Team it with neon shades, bright reds, pinks and also the darkest black.
The long and short of it
Play around with the length of your anarkali. You can experiment with any length from knee to floor; just remember that very long outfits might hamper your dance moves!
While anarkalis are still making waves, this season is also about A-line and straight suits. The best part about this trend is the fact that the non-exaggerated silhouette gives you a chance to play around with accessories!
If you’re afraid of going OTT, try wearing an A-line anarkali top with palazzos in vibrant patterns and prints. They make quite the ethnic fashion statement. Team your palazzos with a solid coloured top and a statement neckpiece for maximum impact.
Now are you ready to go dancing? You better be!