Navratri 2023, Day 8, PURPLE: Blossom In Festive Splendor With Bollywood's Ethereal Ethnic Styles!

Experience the allure of Bollywood's grace as Navratri 2023, Day 8 unfolds in radiant purple, weaving a tapestry of elegance in ethereal ethnic fashion.

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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.


Dive deep into the joy of Navratri festivities without the hassle of outfit dilemmas. We've curated Bollywood-inspired ensembles, ensuring you celebrate worry-free, adorned in the latest styles from the heart of Bollywood's fashion realm. After 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7th days, let us now have a look at day 8 (October 22) with the colour PURPLE. The colour represents grace and elegance and mirrors the purity of Goddess Mahagauri, the symbol of peace and calmness. ALSO CHECKOUT: Navratri 2023, Day 7, GREY: B-Town Inspiring Festive Wear Illuminates Never A Dull Moment With The Colour!

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 lead for you.

Purple Hues of Elegance: Bollywood's Influence on Navratri 2023 Day 8 Fashion!


Aditi Rao Hydari-inspired purple Banarasi saree can be your first choice for this festive, paired with a lavender-golden blouse accessorized with an ethnic choker, jhumkas, a small bindi and a sleek hair bun.

Vidya Balan’s stripe-printed saree with a heavy marodi work border paired with a silk banarasi blouse is just perfect for Navratri’s colourful vibe.


ALSO READ: The Divine Palette: Unveiling The List Of Nine Colours For Navratri 2023 & Maa Durga's Significance! 

Sanya Malhotra styled this purple silk saree with a pink blouse and accessorized with a pearl white ethnic choker and earrings by opting for a hairdo surrounded with gajra can be your ideal style for the festive occasion. 


Just like Shraddha Kapoor has channelled her inner Maharashtrian beauty by donning in a traditional purple saree with a green blouse, golden neckpiece and jhumkas and completing the look with a gajra.


Learn how to ace a plain purple chiffon saree from the elegant Alia Bhatt and her heavy embroidered Anarkali set also stands out perfectly.

ALSO CHECKOUT: Durga Puja 2023 Style Inspirations From Bollywood Bengali Actresses!


Love how Sara Ali Khan aced heavy gotta patti work floor-length Anarkali set which is in a trend that you can shine in. Also, her straight-cut kurta-pant set is perfect with a heavy embellished border paired with a stunning yellow dupatta can be your right pick too. 

To swirl and twirl in the rhythm of Navratri music, here’s a silk floral lehenga set for you inspired by the gorgeous Mrunal Thakur.


What about an all-purple glittering kurta-pajama dupatta set? That’s how Deepika Padukone has styled it.

Deepika Padukone Bollywood Sequence Work Suit in Violet Colour

And Anushka Sharma’s golden embroidered purple Anarkali paired with purple-white stripes dupatta featuring a heavy border can be your right choice for this festive.

Pooja Hegde donned in a heavy embellished embroidery purple kurta-pant set and paired with just jhumkas and a pair of jhutti is simply beautiful.

In pics: Pooja Hegde sparkling in purple! | Times of India

ALSO CHECKOUT: The Weight Of Glamour: Bollywood's Heaviest On-screen Costumes!

For the office wear travelling comfort? Kriti Sanon’s collar neckline flowy long kurta accessorized with a bunch of statement silver neckpieces is an ideal style. 

Kriti Sanon

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.







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