Navratri is the Hindu festival of nine days celebrated in the worship of supreme Goddess Durga Devi in nine different forms by adorning in nine specific colours each one of them holding a profound significance, representing various aspects of life, power and spirituality. And devotees simply love to follow each colour for straight nine days in different festive ensembles.
Celebrate the festival to the fullest without worrying about what to wear and how to style, we are here for you with the ultimate guide by none other than B-Town celebrities. After 1, 2, 3 & 4th day, let us have a look at the 5th day (October 19) colour, i.e. YELLOW! The hue symbolizes happiness and brightness, illuminating the blessings of Goddess Skandamata, the mother of Lord Kartikeya. ALSO CHECKOUT: Navratri 2023, Day 4, ROYAL BLUE: Celebrate Creator of the Universe With Celeb-Inspired Festive Wear!
And Navratri’s attachment to colours, heavy ensembles, and embroideries is widely known. To get in touch with the festive vibe, here’s a perfect lead.
Bollywood's Inspiring Stylish Festive Looks in Radiant Yellow on Day 5 of Navratri 2023!
Deepika Padukone’s satin plain vibrant yellow saree with a heavy colorful border complementing the blouse stands tall as an ideal choice for the occasion.
A Banarasi and Kanjeevaram inspired by the six yards of queen Vidya Balan can be your first choice for the festive with a touch of gajra over your hair bun.
In an Indo-western style, Katrina Kaif’s below plain yellow saree with a similar colourful floral embroidered belt, blouse and a long shrug makes it right.
Next step at the lehengas, Mrunal Thakur's mustard yellow lehenga set featuring floral graphics in an airy piece of cloth will be comfortable for you to swirl-twirl into the world of Navratri dance.
Just like Shraddha Kapoor’s lehenga, it is giving all vibes and is easy to carry.
Also, Kiara Advani’s mirror work blouse with embroidered lehenga and dupatta set is to add in your fashion inspirational list.
After lehenga sets, we think of skirts and Sonam Kapoor’s jacket paired with a similar wide skirt is very pretty to make you stand tall in a crowd without any doubt.
If you are not a saree as well as a lehenga person, to still gleam along with the night lights of Navratri, then Genelia Dsouza’s inspired long kurta-dupatta set done with overall mirror work can be your right choice.
Embracing Indo-western, Ananya Panday’s this three-piece set is just perfect. An embroidered bralette, flowy sharara paired with a long colourful floral shrug.
And Pooja Hegde’s style can also be your correct pick. An Indo-western outfit with a long lehenga, blouse and an extensive shrug, all sharing a similar colourful graphic work is right to delve into Navratri emotions.
Also, Kriti Sanon’s comforting dress set patterned with colourful floral details can be clearly seen that will work best for you.
The same goes with Sara Ali Khan’s palazzo, a short kurta-dupatta set featuring colourful floral graphics.
Also, Janhvi Kapoor’s dress suit with hand-woven embroidery or Samantha’s cotton plain mustard dress set will work best for your office hours.
Why should girls only have all the fun?
Hey boys, even B-Town handsomes are here to make you feel the vibrance of Navratri with their styling inspiration.
As we saw with girls’ ensembles featuring mirror work and if you’re someone who had a doubt of how boys will wear it? Do not worry, you guys can also ace it pretty well. Just like Karan Johar and Vicky Kaushal’s fully festive feels of ethnic attires.
On the other hand, Sidharth Malhotra’s floral stole has all to connect you with the occasion. He has paired it with a mustard kurta-dhoti set along Nehru jacket.
If you’re a fan of ethnic comfort then Riteish Deshmukh’s yellow cotton kurta with white design at borders is for you.
And yeah, for the one who loves to embrace Indo-Western then Varun Dhawan’s short mustard yellow kurta paired with a traditional patterned blazer with black pants and adding glares is a pick of style for you.
Also, do not miss to have a look at Shahid Kapoor's simple plain lemon yellow kurta featuring a chain at the neckline paired with black pants, sneakers and those glares add all the swag on you to shine in Garba nights.
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.