The nine days of pure bliss and energy, in the festival of Navratri devotees delve into worshipping Goddess Durga Devi in nine different forms by adorning in nine specific colours that represent profound significance, representing various aspects of life, power and spirituality.
To offer style for the same, Bollywood celebrities are here for you with their ethnic fashion inspiration. As we saw for days 1, 2 & 3, let us have a look at day 4 (October 18) celebrating with Royal Blue which represents an infinite universe, reflecting the creator of the universe, the cosmic energy of Goddess Kushmanda. ALSO CHECKOUT: Navratri Day 3, RED: Celebrity Inspired Traditional Wear On This Festive Embracing Strength & Action!
Experience Divine Glamour In Celeb-Inspired Royal Blue Navratri Fashion 2023!
What’s better than a Banarasi silk saree for the festive? Priyanka Chopra inspires us to wear it with all grace and love.
A chiffon saree with a floral print works best for Navratri vibes just like Kajol has worn it.
And if you want to go plain then Sanya Malhotra’s silk saree and Suhana Khan’s georgette saree-inspired look will shine you in style!
If comfort is your choice then cotton never goes out of trend to ace it anytime, and what’s better than coming straight from the queen of sarees, Vidya Balan?
Giving a modern touch to your ethnic wear, Alia Bhatt’s chiffon blue heavy-worked blouse paired with an airy dupatta and sharara bottoms works right.
In the dress suits, Anushka Sharma’s traditional plain full-sleeves kurta and palazzo featuring a golden border paired with a golden work dupatta by completing the look with a potli bag give the perfect festive emotion.
Next Pooja Hegde’s regal dress set will lit you up along with the lights of Navratri.
A three-piece ethnic set featuring floral prints stands tall with a Navratri touch just like Rashmika Mandanna has shown you.
And Tamannaah Bhatia’s contemporary style inspires the youth, a heavy work bralette blouse worn with plain royal blue palazzo and lightweight georgette dupatta is just an ideal match to Navratri garba night.
Just like Kiara Advani’s royal floral lehenga look.
If you want to go fully freehand without a saree pallu or dupatta and just wear any bottoms with a top by still sticking to the ethnicity then do not worry, Ananya Panday has everything perfect. A royal blue sharara with a light-blue embroidered halter-neck top works best for your choice.
If you’re someone who wants to go fully simple then Kriti Sanon’s flared dress and Yami Gautham’s cotton kurta paired with a beige dupatta also work best for your office hours and travel with comfort.
Why should boys have all the fun? Hey boys, Male celebs from Bollywood are here for you. Have a look at the below inspired looks straight from the fashion handsomes.
The nine forms of Maa Durga include Maa Shailputri, Maa Brahmacharini, Maa Chandraghanta, Maa Kushmanda, Maa Skandamata, Maa Katyayani, Maa Kaalratri, Maa Mahagauri, and Maa Siddhidatri. Each Goddess holds a profound significance, representing various aspects of life, power, and spirituality that devotees celebrate by adorning in nine specific colours.