Ditch 2020's sad vibes and jazz up for your virtual party with these Navratri outfit ideas

Smrithi Mohan
Oct 23, 2020 05:29 IST
Navratri outfit ideas

Don't let 2020 be a spoilsport and get dressed to celebrate the festival with your friends online. Take a look at these amazing Navratri outfit ideas by our Digital Creators.

We don't always need a reason to dress up, do we? One may also require to do it to keep up with their Instagram game. And this is something that lockdown has taught us in the last 7 months. Even as we watch one of our favourite festivals being vaguely celebrated around the country without the glitter and glory, there is nothing stopping us from enjoying the spirit of the festival. What better way to celebrate it than dress up for your next Zoom party? And we have just the Navratri outfit ideas ft. fashion influencers to help you with it.

No matter how confused we get, out favourite Fashion Bloggers are always there to help us find the perfect outfit for any celebration. It can be on what to buy or even how to style the existing ones. We have made a list of Navratri outfit ideas ft. fashion influencers that one can try out.

Check out these Navratri outfit ideas:

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#SupportIndianDesigners It’s time to appreciate our crafts as much as we appreciate our couture✨💫🇮🇳💛 For me, each handloom has a story. Every time I wear one of these pieces, I feel a little closer to my roots. And, if you look carefully, you will see the difficulty and the bliss of keeping the thousands-of-years-old traditions alive. We’re living in a world where global trends are preferred over our own culture and tradition. I want this video to inspire you to go out there and deep dive into your culture. We come from a land of majestic arts, authentic cuisine, fascinating architecture and ancient traditions. It’s time we celebrated where we come from 🙌🏽 Do you agree? Outfit details: Banarasi: @ekayabanaras Block Printing: @labelpritikavora Shisha: @arpitamehtaofficial Chikankari: @anjulbhandari Chanderi: @boveeecom

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‘My style comes from a personal journey of fighting gender stereotypes. It was through this struggle that I found my personal freedom. Today, I wear whatever speaks to that feeling of liberation. I like to play with different textures and fabrics, as well as masculine and feminine energies. I tend to go for vibrant colours and bold jewellery, inspired by my heritage.’ - @zaddyza1n on exploring my heritage through style and beauty. Clothing by: @bibildn Shot by: @ciaran.christopher Styling, Hair & Makeup: Me . . . Makeup Used: @makeupbymario master eye set and prep in medium @hauslabs bronzer in hot earth @milkmakeup highlighter in lit @onesize point made eyeliner @fentybeauty brow mvp in dark brown @chantecaille mascara @danessa_myricks colourfix glaze in clear @dominiquecosmetics soft focus lipstick in she’s a tease @hourglasscosmetics ambient lighting powder in soft light

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Fav Day ❤️🙏🏼 Divine positivity!

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Which is your favourite Navratri outfit? Tell us in the comments below.

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