Two words – fall and Navratri – collide during this time of the year to bring forth the most gorgeous colours and fashion trends across the country. Swept into the beauty of all these styles, we see our favourite colour shining into the wardrobes as bright as the sun. Yes, you guessed it right! The colour of the season and the festivity is none other than the hues of yellow. Also, as we move to the fifth day of Navratri, the yellow colour becomes more prominent as it is the colour of the day. Impossibly chic, yet sliding carefully into all ethnic styles, yellow is the colour that women swear by. If you are facing problems picking yellow outfits, here’s a glimpse of some of the trendiest ethnic wear that will add variety to your wardrobe.
Made for Sunny Days
This gorgeous sand and beige net lehenga makes for a spectacular garment. If you are someone who doesn’t like elaborate gowns and dresses, this lehenga comes handy for the festive season. So, if your social calendar is brimming with Navratri invites, this lehenga is a must-add to your ethnic collection.
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Buy this beautiful lehenga, here
 
Yellow Jumpsuit to Squeeze the Day
For visiting your friends and playing garba, you can choose this Indo-western outfit for the win. You can add more fun to the outfit by pairing it with heavy fashion jewellery and high heels.
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Add Some Drama with A Crop Top and Palazzo Set
If you are someone who wants something dramatic, then you can invest in this dandelion yellow crop top and palazzo set. The net jacket is an add-on piece of garment that you can take off while playing dandiya or Garba, therefore more comfort. This outfit is surely going to grab eyeballs, so hurry pick one now.
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Celebrity-Approved Angrakha Style Suit
This beautiful Angrakha style kurta is great for days when you want to dress up, but keep things simple yet traditional. Just don’t forget to add a touch of elegance to your look by pairing it with some festive jewellery.
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Feel All the Bohemian Vibes in a Peplum Top and Skirt Set
Go down an unconventional route with this hippy yet ethnic wear from Kalki’s festive collection. The honey-yellow coloured peplum top is paired with matching skirt draped in cowl style to give it an edge over other styles. The sweetheart neckline and a tassel dori at the back adds an oomph to the outfit.
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Now that your outfit is sorted for Day 5 of Navratri; are you ready to hit the dance floor?