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.
Delve into the love of Navratri without any worries of what to wear and how to style, we have got you inspiration straight out of Bollywood’s wardrobe. After 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5th day, let us now have a look at day 6 (October 20) representing the colour GREEN which symbolizes nature and fertility in an embodiment of Goddess Katyayani, who epitomizes strength and devotion. ALSO CHECKOUT: Navratri 2023, Day 5, YELLOW: B-Town Ethnic Inspiration To Bright Up Your Festive!
And Navratri’s attachment to colours, oxidized jewellery, heavy ensembles, embroideries, bandhani patterns, etc is widely known. To get in touch with the festive vibe, here’s a perfect to the lead.
Go Green in Celeb-Style Traditional Attire on Day 6 of Navratri 2023!
Queen Deepika Padukone’s deep-green silk saree paired with a black multi-hued full-sleeves blouse and emerald choker, small earrings are perfect for the occasion.
A Chandheri silk green saree by Anushka Sharma accessorized with an ethnic choker, a bindi and a sleek bun will elegantly make you shine.
And if you are someone who wants go light, then Kajol’s dark green cotton organza saree featuring minimal golden work, paired with a sleeveless blouse and small earrings to a ponytail is an inspiration as per your comfort.
Also, Sonam Kapoor's classic sari with a fun twist is amazing. She picked a heavily printed, deep green sari that came with a not-so-basic blouse, which featured a sharp square neckline and voluminous full sleeves that ended with a ruffle at her wrists. Completed the look with an oxidized choker and earrings is perfect for the festive lights.
A bright green will surely light you up, Sanya Malhotra’s inspired light green six-yard drape done with floral hand-paint worn along a sleeveless dark green blouse and oxidized choker and earrings with a messy hair-do.
Shraddha Kapoor’s style for long lehenga-choli will amaze you. A green-white lehenga, long tunic-style choli and a lightweight tulle dupatta featuring similar work of white thread floral embroidery. She has rounded up the look with a beautiful half-section hairstyle in a mid-bun surrounded with a gajra that is so unique to make you stand tall.
The same goes with Kriti Sanon’s inspired dark green lehenga-choli set.
An old look but it's never out of fashion until we ace it the right moment. A deep-green Anarkali set worn by Kareena Kapoor Khan, featuring a huge multi-colour border has all the gleam of Navratri.
Alia Bhatt’s all-green kurta-palazzo dupatta set featuring a pattern of bandhani design has intricate handmade embroidery on the hem and the neckline. The actress has styled the look with a small bind, sleek bun, and pearl earrings.
Kiara Advani is here for your comfort with the touch of Western. The actress’ Indo-western attire presents A light green bralette done with heavy embroidery paired with bandhani pattern green palazzo pants and a see-through dupatta.
And to make it more comfortable, you will definitely love Samantha’s handwoven straight-cut emerald green kurta set.
Also, Janhvi Kapoor’s cotton bright green colourful floral dress suit will be an ideal choice for the occasion during your office hours, including Tamannaah Bhatia’s green kurta featuring tassels paired with an off-white dupatta.
And here’s an inspiration for boys!
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.