9 Times Bollywood Showed Us How To Flaunt Your Style For Navratri

Published on 22nd Sep 2017 by BlogBuster Editorial Team

Navratri has all of us stressing about nailing the perfect look. Amidst all the frenzy and shopping, take a minute, or nine, to look at 9 outfits that Bollywood carried like it’s nobody’s business and inspired us to bring our A game to the celebration.

1. Alia Bhatt shows how to carry a mirror styled jacket with Patiala suit, and don’t forget the key accessory: the ever dazzling smile.
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2. Ask Madhuri Dixit, how an Anarkali suit can be a perfect mix of glam and an easy-to-dance outfit for Navratri.
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3. For the Garba enthusiasts out there, Shilpa Shetty shows us how yellow dhoti pants, a white shirt and a snazzy short gota jacket is all you need to lead the show.
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4. If you’re ultimate objective is wanting your friends to admire the gher of your lehenga, set fire to the garba ground with a flowy lehenga with matching choli, beautifully displayed here by Disha Patni.
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5. Here’s Yami Gautam showing how a pink fuchsia lehenga with thread work can lighten up diyas, rooms and smiles.
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6. Bright colored floor-length Kurtis can be your lightest, yet most elegant companions. Just ask Aditi Rao Hydari.
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7. For women who prefer style over movement, elegance over peppiness, a silk saree with a lace cold shoulder blouse can be the traditional show stopper. Jacqueline’s grace seconds it.
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8. Sushant Singh Rajput shows what a classy man in a traditional look needs: Jodhpuri pants with a bandh-gala coat.
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9. For the urban male, a simple dhoti and a kurta (sleeveless or otherwise) can be quick to wear, dance-friendly and comfortable. And believe us when we say this, your workouts and training will get their dues in this look.
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