Navratri outfit ideas: Let’s do some mix and match
Festivals in India are filled with lots of enthusiasm, sweets, prayers, and fashion of course. How can we forget that festivals are the time when women dress up their best. And today we are here to share some mix and match Navratri outfit ideas for you.
Dhoti pants and crop top: A comfortable and stylish one, in this style you have to just pair your dhoti pants with a crop top where you can either keep your dhoti simple and crop top a traditional heavy one or a heavy dhoti with a solid crop top. It's the best and most simple outfit you can create.
Denim shirt with lehenga: We all know it's a season of traditional attire, so wear that embroidered denim shirt with your lehenga and create a fusion of Indian with western for those who love to experiment with their fashion look. It's unique and comfortable at the same time.
Side slit kurtas with pants: Slide slit kurtas have become a trend again. It is something you can style with any kind of bottom, it can be your lehenga or your traditional pants. They look best when paired with pants though. The pants can be simple plain, brocade, or with a wider border.
Saree with pants: Style your saree with a pant and complete the look with a traditional belt on your waist.
Kurtas with saree: Drape your saree in the normal way and instead of wearing a blouse go for a kurta and Voila! The beautiful and comfiest combo has been made.
Kota Doria saree: The Kota Doria fabric is best for this season and apt for the Navratri festival. You can style it up with a crop top and add some simple jewelry to complete your look.
Traditional shrug with Jeans: Pair your desi crop top with a long traditional shrug or kurta with your jeans to give it an Indo western look.
Make your Navratri festival more traditional with these great outfit ideas of mixing up the Indian and western styles.