Navratri 2019 Day 3 Colour Red: Ways to Slay in Beautiful Red Festive Outfits

Navratri 2019 Day 3 Colour Red: Ways to Slay in Beautiful Red Festive Outfits

-by Srishti

Navratri marks the onset of the festive season in India. From pujas to fasting, to celebrating Indian food, to performing traditional Indian dance forms like Dandiya and Garba, Navratri is celebrated in different styles across the country. During the nine nights of Navratri, people engage in dressing up and dancing, and bringing the celebrations to life. While women don their best ethnic attires (lehenga, Anarkali suits, Sharara, saree), men opt for dapper kurta pyjamas.

This year, the third day of Navratri will be celebrated on October 1, 2019, and the colour assigned for the day is red – the perfect hue for the celebrations. While most of you own a range of outfits in this colour, Navratri calls for a serious upgrade in your festive wardrobe. Whether you want to go completely traditional, or want to add a modern twist to your attire, here are our favourite picks for you to flaunt on the third day of Navratri.

 

Love Stunning Lehengas?

Embellished with multi-colour Resham floral embroidery, this gorgeous raw silk lehenga will make you stand out in the crowd. Opting for this lehenga during Navratri celebrations will definitely certify as wardrobe upgrade.

coral red lehenga set

 

This beautiful lehenga set in Milano satin with attached dupatta is perfect for those who prefer minimalistic yet elegant drapes. The lehenga also allows you to dance freely while keeping the hassle of handling dupatta at bay.

red embroidered choli with attached dupatta

 

Oh, Crop!
Give your done-and-dusted basic combos a rest, and experiment with this crop top, lehenga set. This comes with a rama green jacket in cotton silk that’s perfect to add colours to any celebration.

cherry red lehenga in ikkat motif print

 

Easy Elegance in Anarkali

It is always a good idea to invest in some traditional timeless pieces. Anarkali suits and dresses have been in fashion for the longest time, and they don’t seem to fade out in the coming years. So, it’s a wise decision to flaunt one on the festive season.

This delicately embroidered Anarkali dress gives a contemporary twist to the traditional attire and is ideal for the Navratri celebration.

red embroidered anarkali dress

 

Here’s another favourite piece of ours to kick-in the festive season. The blood-red Anarkali suit in raw silk is picked up from the festive line of Kalki that’s been inspired by attractive silhouettes and intricate embroideries. The Anarkali suit is matched with lycra leggings and a beige coloured silk dupatta.

blood red anarkali suit in raw silk

 

Now that we’ve sorted the ethnic wardrobe for women for Day 3 of Navratri, here are some of the pieces to inspire the men’s ethnic collection, keeping the colour red in mind.

red all-over ari embroidered kurta set

 

 

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red churidar kurta with red floral threadwork

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red silk vest coat with blue pocket square

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