Indian Fashion Trends
Fashion trends are changing day by day. More than anything else, People are becoming highly obsessed with their clothes. Festive season is the time where they get to flaunt their beautiful outfits which are mostly pre-planned months in advance. People dress according to the occassion. In India,you will find various kinds of festivals with unique cultures celebrated across the country with different typesof outfits worn by people. You will find women wearing sarees, salwar suits, lehengas, anarkalis, Chaniya cholis, Pakistani outfits, Punjabi suits, etc.
Navratri being one of the most popular festival in India, is commemorated beautifully in almost all parts of the country. It is held for a period of nine days, the tenth day being Dusshera. Each of these nine days inhabit a specific significance where people dance and wear outfits of nine assorted colours each day. Navratri celebrations go in full swing with people gather to dance on their traditional music wearing their customary outfits. The most popular dance form is Garba, which is full of energy and grace.
Importance of Traditional Navratri outfit
What grabs attention at these events is the Navratri outfit. Navratri dresses are extremely colourful, playful and most importantly they are traditional. These outfits play such an important role that people start planning months before the festival arrives. People want to dress up to their best and look extremely elegant in those colourful outfits that are particularly worn during Navratri. Today’s modern Navratri outfits are not only traditional but also stylish.
Types of dresses worn during the nine days of Navratri Celebration
There are awards for the best dressed, therefore people leave no chance to look gorgeous. They flaunt their fashion sense during the nine days of Navratri, since a new color is supposed to be worn on each day. During Navratri, women opt for bright and colourful dresses like Lehenga Choli, Chaniya Choli, long skirts with western tops that are paired with heavy long dupatta and some beautiful jewellery to go with. These traditional outfits are beautifully embellished with embroidery, stone work, beads, etc.
These Chaniya cholis look extremely elegant when you perform Garba with full energy. The lehenga flair out beautifully as women twirl and swirl to the beats of the energetic Garba music. Their cholis come with designer cuts, diverse necklines, intricate patterns etc. that make the outfit look more astounding and perfect for the occasion.
Other than Lehengas and Chaniya Cholis, you will also see women wearing bandhini or bandhej sarees. Sarees with lehariya designs are a common sight as they look very elegant and are made from materials like cotton and silk that make you feel comfortable and provides flexibility while dancing. During the Navratri season, people avoid wearing heavily embellished outfits as they make you uncomfortable and difficult to dance and move around. These beautiful Navratri outfits are usually paired with oxidized silver jewellery sets, bangles, maang tikas & earrings etc.