Did you know the Dandiya Queen, Falguni Pathak has been invited to Amitabh Bachchan’s Kaun Banega Crorepati 6 set following Navratri special episode?
While keeping a close check on the Indian fashion domain this Navratri, Fashionlady team found out that Amy Billimoria who is a stalwart in couture and bridal fashion, has showcased her designs to Falguni to help her get her looks for Dandiya 2013 on the sets of KBC and at other places where she would be performing live. This is going to be the second year in a row for the collaboration of Dandiya Queen with this ace fashion designer for Navratri.
While Falguni had already started her Navratri preparations, have you started yet? While leading fashion designers have already weighed in for what you should wear this Navratri, we have come up with a special edition to help you look sexy yet traditional, ravishing yet grounded and wild yet sophisticated.
It’s time to rock the party and break the dandiyas! Let the boys go gaga over your looks and girls fall head over heels on your fashion statement with your backless cholis, swirling lehengas and colorful dupattas!
This is one of the best Indian festive seasons as it gives you 9 golden opportunities to flaunt your sensuality and make you look gorgeous with varied dresses and styles.
Navratri 2013 is starting on 5th October and will continue till 13th. These nine days of Navratri revelry, which will be commencing next week should be utilized in the best possible way to make it far better than the last year with all your innovative dandiya and garba dance steps!
Celebrate it like a diva!
Mumbai-based prominent fashion designer, A D Singh is famous for his opulent ethnic wear collections and this year he is all set to give you exactly what you need to shake your leg on the dance floor.
Designers have come up with more practical and comfortable styles this year to help the fashionista to get along with all the energetic dance moves set for dandiya nights.
Since Navratri means a lot of dancing and enjoyment, women should go for silhouettes which are comfortable, whilst maintaining nice and snug in the appropriate areas.
As per A D Singh,
“Skirts with extra flare and kalis teamed with dainty blouses or backless numbers make for killer appeal.”
This year, you can go for shades that may go against the festive season but never against the mood – the color palette of champagne teamed with emerald green and all silver blouses will surely look smashing.
Such shades will surely bring the diva in you. Gone are the days when women used to love heavy embellishments and used to show up in heavy ghagras and jewelries, but modern day women loves to drape simple yet stylish. This is the reason, you would now see similar fashion in the market.
Below listed are some fashion fads to help you look gorgeous for Navratri. Have a look!
Bandhej Lehenga Choli for Garba
This is one of the perfect ensemble for Dandiya nights. The Bohemian Bandhej Lehenga Choli is quite a rage these days. You can look traditional and fashionable at the same time.
You also go for lehenga saree, which is available in myriad of styles online as well at all prominent boutiques. However if you are buying 9 different Navratri then make sure to go with the colors of the festival. In our previous edition, we have elaborated about the colors for each day. Click here to know more.
Probaly the perfect ensemble for Dandiya nights, the chaniya choli comes in pretty combinations this festive season. While online stores like Jabong and Myntra have already geared up to offer mind-boggling designs, you can grab some of your favorites at great discounts especially if you use coupons.
There are myriad of colors to choose from, such as turquoise with gold, purple with peacock green, blue with dark orange and a lot more. Just pick the style that suits you and be a showstopper of the evening.
Try going to this Gujarati ‘Rabaran’ blouse fashion, which features elaborate beautiful embroidery and mirror detailing. It would just add glamor to you style. It’s pretty sure, you’re going to attract everyone’s eye upon you while being on the dance floor.
Well, dandiya nights and garba are not only for girls and unmarried ladies, but married women have got more pretty options to indulge in Durga Puja fashion. You can make a great fashion statement by pairing your kamkha with chuda.
These dazzling bangles will enable you gracefully groove with vibrantly decorated dandiya sticks. Even you can add a kamarbandh or waist belt decked with bells and hangings to add some more rhythm to your dance!
This long sweeping veil will create an illusion of a mystical goddess, when you let it flow on your bun or partially on your shoulder. Even separate dupattas are available online and at many physical stores. You can do a mix-and-match for your festive look.
In any case, whether you’re choosing a traditional ensemble or add a western twist to your look, the festival comes just once a year, so celebrate it by opting for the best possible options available in abundance.
Jai Mata Di!!
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