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, 5 & 6th day, let us now have a look at day 7 (October 21) with the colour of GREY. The hue signifies the dark night and the destruction of ignorance, representing the fierce form of Goddess Kalaratri, the annihilator of darkness. ALSO CHECKOUT: Navratri 2023, Day 6: Embrace GREEN Elegance with Celeb-Inspired Traditional Attire!
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 the fashion lead for this unique hue inspired by B-town stars proving there’s never a dull moment and you can ace it elegantly.
Bollywood's Vibrant Navratri Style: Embrace the Charisma of Grey on Navratri 2023, Day 7!
Firstly, coming from an aficionado of sarees Vidya Balan is indeed a pleasure, a light grey banarasi saree paired with a dark grey blouse can be your first choice. And opting for a maroon blouse on a grey six-yard drape, ruby lips, pearl earrings, and golden bangles can give a different vibrant touch to the colour inspiration.
Kriti Sanon’s grey statement blouse and a saree featuring a multi-hued graphic floral print is perfect to give you all festive vibes.
Tamannaah Bhatia’s shiny grey saree with a golden border paired with a golden belt, ruffle blouse and accessorized with a pearl choker can be your beautiful choice.
Katrina Kaif and Rakul Preet Singh inspired mirror work net saree can be an ideal choice for the Navratri lights.
Just like Alia Bhatt, Kajol, Pooja Hegde and Sara Ali Khan’s dress sets done with multi-colour floral embroidery or diamond work have a touch of festive occasion.
Khushi Kapoor’s flowy lehenga set accessorized with an emerald jewellery set will be perfect for your swirl-twirl moves at Navratri nights.
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.