Navratri Festive is here, the nine nights of pure bliss and divine. In the worship of the supreme Goddess Durga Devi in nine forms, devotees celebrate all forms by adorning in nine specific colours with each of them holding a profound significance, representing various aspects of life, power, and spirituality.
As we saw day 1 (October 15), here is the traditional fashion inspiration for the day 2. The colour White falls on October 16 epitomizes the enlightenment of purity, peace, and meditation embodying the ascetic form of Durga, Goddess Brahmacharini.
From embellishment to simplicity, shimmery to comforting, festive to indo-western everything as per your pick is here, inspired by Indian celebrities perfectly offers elegance and grace through their outstanding fashion statements.
Day 2 of Navratri 2023: Embrace Purity in White with Celebrity Style!
For you to go fully festive then Sonam Kapoor’s saree look stands perfectly for the occasion. A white saree with a heavily embroidered colourful border complementing the colourful jacket that she has opted for with the tassels falling in and similar jhutis adding chunky jewellery, wow! This surely excites us to opt for and you must try.
Giving a festive touch, Kriti Sanon inspires by adorning flowers on a hair bun and ethnically striking with a white plain saree bordered in golden and red. Paired with a long dupatta, she is here to offer her look to you for this festive.
Genelia D’souza is here to comfort you plus go with the occasion, with a white saree featuring colourful floral work.
And if you’re someone who wants to go fully simple then what’s better than a tissue saree? Its shine and elegance go perfectly with the celebration, just like Alia Bhatt's plain saree paired with an embroidered sleeveless blouse and yes, do not miss to add those roses to your beautiful hair.
Out of sarees, Shraddha Kapoor’s embroidered kurta, lehenga and dupatta set packs its space for Navratri lights and carrying a golden potli bag completes the inspiration.
While, if you are someone who wants to go free-hand without carrying a dupatta or saree pallu and being modernish by not losing the ethnicity then Parineeti Chopra’s sharara bottoms paired with a blazer-like top wins the game.
Sara Ali Khan draws our attention to her look for Navratri nights. The actress's white kurta dupatta set features colourful embroidery, accessorized with small hanging earrings and white jhutis. Adding a colourful tassels potli bag tracks perfectly.
Kiara Advani inspires us with a simple cotton kurta palazzo set that makes an ideal choice for light fashion people and to opt for office hours by travelling comfortably.
Why should Girls should have all the fun?
Boys? Male celebs are here for you to opt for festive wear on this Navratri.
Track Vicky Kaushal’s simple yet festive shine wear by pairing a stole.
Going with fully plain white ethnics is common, instead, opt for a white kurta worn by Varun Dhawan featuring a light golden pattern paired with black pants and formal footwear wins the occasion.
If you do not want to wear a long kurta then Rajkummar Rao’s look will comfort your choice, go with short ethnic wear.
And yes, I heard you! Shahid Kapoor’s fashion game fits in your list for being swag yet festive, adding a touch of western and you must not miss styling this. A lightweight kurta patterned with zig-zag line, a jogger bottom and yeah, sneakers complete the game in style.
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. And each Goddess holds a profound significance, representing various aspects of life, power, and spirituality that devotees celebrate by adorning in nine specific colours.