Trendy Colorful dressing ideas for Navratri festival

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Colorful dresses for Navratri

India is a land of festival and each of the festival has its great significance and is known for its splendid way of celebrating it. Navratri, which is a nine day long festival is religiously celebrated all over the country.  Devotees of Maa Durga take nine day fast and worship goddess Durga in its nine different forms. This post will you an idea on 9 different Colorful dresses for Navratri.

These days devotees have become quite innovative and often try nine different colors to please the Goddess. Are you ready for this nine day color challenge. These nine different colors have to be included during your nine day fast. So you can experiment with your colorful dresses for Navratri and food recipes to please Goddess Durga.


9 Trending colorful dresses for Navratri


1: Pratipada:

The color for first Navratri is decided by the day the festival has begun. So the first color keeps on changing and the rest remains the same. For this Navratri it was  warming Yellow color and the Deity Shailputri is worshipped on this day. The color yellow is associated with joy, intellect and harmony. Yellow Banarsi saree makes a great choice for this festive day.

colorful dresses for Navratri


2: Dwitiya:

On the second day Deity Brahmacharini is worshipped and green color is believed to be the auspicious one on this day. Green color symbolizes growth, freshness, fertility and harmony. If you are looking for lighter shades of green, then chiffon and net are the great fabric to pick.

colorful dresses for Navratri


3: Tritiya:

On the third day Goddess Chandraghanta is worshipped. Grey which is the balanced color and is the perfect one to get a classy look. Silk sarees are known for their elegant shine and crispy look. Grey looks best on raw silk fabrics.

colorful dresses for Navratri


4: Chaturthi:

On the fourth day goddess Khushmanda is worshipped. The color orange signifies happiness, determination and encouragement. While picking the orange color you have two choices to pick from either bright or warm orange color. So if you have warm undertones definitely go for warm orange color like in the below image and if you have cool undertone then bright orange should be your first choice.

colorful dresses for Navratri


5: Panchami:

On the fifth day Maa Skandmata is worshipped. White is associated with purity, safety and cleanliness. Even a plain white saree has its unique charm and elegance. Pure white color sarees are great for cool undertones and for warm undertones look for ivory one.

colorful dresses for Navratri


6: Shashti:

On the sixth day Maa Katyayani is worshipped. Red represents energy, strength and power. Red looks pretty on everyone and even in red there are various hues and shades so smartly pick the one that will look great on you.

colorful dresses for Navratri


7: Saptmi:

Maa Kalaratri is worshipped on the seventh day. Royal blue color signifies trust, loyalty, faith and intelligence. This beautiful cotton saree in royal blue color has given a whole new look to it. Great pick for formal as well as informal outings.

colorful dresses for Navratri


8: Ashtami:

On the eighth day Maa Saraswati is worshipped. Pink is the color associated with universal love. You can go for lighter or darker shades of pink according to your personal likes. But we would say soft pink is the great choice for this colorful Navratri.

colorful dresses for Navratri


9: Navami:

On this day Goddess Durga is worshipped. The color purple signifies power, wisdom and independence. The great thing about this color is that it looks good on every skin tone. So you can confidently pick any of your personal favorites.

colorful dresses for Navratri


So, which dress did you wore at this Navratri festival.  Do you love our picks of colorful dresses for Navratri ?. Also check our other post on 30 Dazzling and Traditional Chaniya Choli for Navratri.