Mix And Match Ideas For Navratri 2020

1. Saree And Peplum Top:

Sarees with regular blouses are common. It can be given a refreshing look by replacing the blouse with a flowy peplum top. Peplum tops are highly comfortable and breezy which means you don’t need to simmer inside while dancing around. An extremely modern approach to ethnic wear, it goes well even with simple sarees.

2. Anarkali With Jeans:

A student taking fashion design course in Jaipur suggests girls to tweak the traditional wear with a comfortable western piece of attire. You can always team an anarkali with a pair of jeans that you find most comfortable to move around. You may also go with an ankle length anarkali with side slit paired with an embroidered or embellished pair of jeans. Since denim is now available in many colors than the old blue and black, you can easily find a jeans complimenting the color of your anarkali.

3. Lehenga With A Shirt:

It is a new take on an age old rural dressing style. If you are planning to wear a heavy lehenga, you can easily balance its gaudiness with a plain simple shirt. Shirts are loose and airy so they definitely score higher than skin tight blouses. Also, it gives your appearance an indo-western flair that calls for intended green looks from other fashionista around you.

4. Bodysuit with a saree:

This trend is very much in vogue. All those looking to flaunt their curves under wraps may want to give it a try. Pick a heavy body suit and team it with a saree of your choice. You can wrap the pallu anyway you want. Wear it in the traditional way or like a dupatta, your style statement will stay intact either way.

5. Dhoti Pants:

There are two ways to pair up your dhoti pants, you may either go with a crop top or an A-line kurta. No need to spend a bomb for this combination. You may easily mix and match from your existing party wears or get one to compliment the other. Dhoti pants are part of traditional dandiya get-up and perfectly tuns with almost all kinds of tops. Just make sure you get the color combination right.

6. Mix and Match Ideas For Men:

Men also have plenty of choices when it comes to latest ethnic trends. If you wish to go with the classy kurta pajama, pair it with a beaded jacket and juttis. A head gear can also be added to upgrade your appearance, just ensure you get the right color and fabric. Apart from that, you may adorn kurta with Jodhpuri pants, dhoti or a chudidaar pajama.

Noteworthy Points:

  • Navratri celebrations take place the juncture of changing seasons which means your body temperatures will easily rise with little movement. Make sure your attire syncs with this requirement. Those with long hair need to tie up their hair either in a bun or a pony.
  • Since you will be sweating while dancing, make sure your makeup is waterproof and to the point. You may not get manu chances for touch ups and redoes.
  • Balance your accessories with your ensemble. Keep the accessories heavy for simple outfits and vice versa. Men can go for earrings, bracelets and rings with their outfits.
  • Avoid wearing dull colors and invest in basic Indian colors like parrot green, tomato red, lemon yellow. It is best time to go with multi-colored fabrics with light to heavy embellishments.
  • Girls should not shy away from bindis and headgears as they play important role in levelling up the overall appearance.
  • Both males and females should attires that go well with flat or platform heel footwear. Avoid pumps, stilettoes, and ankle heels at all costs as they may result in foot injury or prolong back pain. Save some for diwali.
  • It is better to carry a small side sling purse than a clutch that will loyally hold your phone by your side as you move around the dance floor. Strapless clutches may seem inviting but you will need to part from them as you hold the dandiya sticks in your hands.
  • Do not forget to take some slow-mo videos for your Instagram especially the twirl videos if you have worked hard to get that ethnic look right.
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