Festivals in India bring along a lot of joy, delight and the charm of slipping into our best outfits. With the onset of spring, Navratri is one of those festivals which are no more limited to fasting and revering, but also involve decking up and keeping the festive vibe buzzing throughout the nine days. Dressing in festive yet subtle and elegant attires is something that everyone looks forward to.
Giving a twist to your regular kurtis, try flared Ajrakh print anarkali kurtis with simple embroidery work this Navratri season. You can choose the fabric of your own for the kurtis. What gives our fabrics their unique identity is the prints and weaves that are so unique to the region. Inspired from nature, architecture of temples and forts, rural life and geometric patterns, these prints in rich vibrant colours, speak a thousand words to the beholder. The popular ones are cotton silk, printed cotton, georgettes, and bandhej. While picking the colors for your costume, go for vibrant festive hues like yellow, red, orange, or blue.
If you want to go for a heavy work on your kurti, try the mirror one! Dont forget to pair your costume with a beautiful silver jewelry!

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Posted by : Rutuja Kale | 11 October, 2020