Navratri Day 4 Color: Red

Red Color dresses for Navratri day 4

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If your favourite color is red then you’re surely going to enjoy the fourth day of Durga Puja. While you’ll always find an array of designs in vibrant colors, red has the highest demand when it comes to ethnic wears, especially lehenga and anarkali. Go through this fabulous post to see some gorgeous creations in red color.

The fourth day of Navratri is deidcated to Goddess Kushmanda and is signified by red color. Kushmanda, the fourth manifestation of Goddess Durga, is worshiped on the Navratri Chaturthi. The Goddess believed to be the creator of the universe. Her name comprises of “Ku-shm-anda” which means “the cosmic egg.” The fourth day of Navratrai also marks the beginning of worshiping MahaLaxmi.

Navratri Chaturthi

Now coming to celebrating Navratri colors, today’s color is red. Coco Chanel had rightly said, “When in doubt always wear red!” What a fabulous thought! Indeed Coco Channel’s words are time tested and proven. This color has various implications across various cultures. It is a color which has dominated both sinners and saints.

red bridal lehenga

This particular color has had huge influences over the fashion industry. Models showing up in crimson red from head to toe, especially in Valentino red gowns fire up the runway.
Radiating luxury, red is the fashion code for all seasons and in Indian festive and weddings, it has got a special place. Whenever we think of Indian bride, we imagine her in red bridal lehenga. Dandiya and garba fashion are also closely related to this color.

Lehengas and ghagras

Lehengas and ghagras are widely available in pink and crimson shades across the country. Be it for a wedding, engagement or Dandiya nights, you can easily come across a myriad of designs in this color.

Fashionlady offers you an array of gorgeous traditional attires in red color to mark the celebration of the fourth day of Navratri 2017.  Take your pick from these gorgeous picks. Have a look!

This full-length red anarkali sawlar kameez suit is one of our best offerings and is surely a winner for all occasions. The intricate embroidery on georgette adorned with heavy resham, lace and stone and sequin work with a dash of blue embroidery makes this dress a perfect party wear ensemble. The cream and red shaded dupatta keeps the overall look balanced.

Red and Beige Faux

This gorgeous red anarkali suit offers the latest trend, provoking you to twirl around whenever you wear this. Apart from the voluminous flares, the dress features a heavy neck and chest design, thereby enhancing the charm of this set. You can even wear it for Diwali and Durga Puja with elan. Go bold!

Red Faux Georgette

This is another beautiful red salwar suit with a raised Chinese collar neckline, with floral motifs and geometrical embroidery in gold over the neck, chest and sleeves. The embroidered red trouser with a simple dupatta make this dress extremely unique and beautiful.

Regal Red Pure Tusser Silk

If you have a flair to wear the traditional gota patti on this auspicious festival in India, then why not try the red anarkali kurta which has delicate detailing work in gota and cut work design. Make this celebration a joyous one by treating yourself to this latest design anarkali suit.

Red anarkali suit

If you want to catch some eyeballs then you need to look different and ravishing. Picture this – You walk into a room full of friends and family who are wearing red sarees, red salwar suits, red anarkali frocks and suddenly all the attention is just YOU! Everyone stops talking and you become the attention! Isn’t that amazing? But for that, you need to wear something exclusive to the festival or the function you’re attending.

Check out this dress that’s draped and pleats ready, all set to give your body the perfect shape. Wear this dress with stilletoes, chandlier earrings and a dollop of confidence, there you are!

Red suit enhanced in pleats and cowl drape

There are plenty of options for you to shop from. Buy dresses online, or at a retail outlet. Just do some basic ground work to know what is in trend, or just keep following our blog for latest updates on trends.

Red straight fit suit

Since ethnic designs in red are in abundance, here are bigger  treats for your eyes that aptly suit the fourth day of the auspicious Dusshera 2017.

This is a beautiful red saree that comes with blouse in a  complementary shade of green. This heavily embellished saree is flanked by wide embroidery patches on the border in gold thread. The pallu is accentuated with embellished beaded motifs and versatile brocades in three different designs. This saree best suits the new brides. Plus, this saree is also an ideal choice for karvachauth and marriage anniversary events.

Ethnic Style Sarees

This gown-inspired floor length anarkali would instantly give you diva look and make you feel glamorous. The richly embellished anarkali would make you feel like gracing the red carpet as stars do. This anarkali gown comes with high neck embellished ornate design, thus discounting the requirement of necklace. Besides, the full sleeves are accentuated with heavily embroidered brocade in black thereby keeping the jewellery accessorizing to a minimum.

In order to maintain the luxury of the outfit, the designer has added a crystal-studded back buckle that gives an edge to your look. The hem is embellished with an elaborate detailing in different designs in gold, red and black. Also, how could we forget the beautiful dupatta in red and contrasting black flanked by a golden border. You are surely going to be under the spotlight. If you’ve an average height then this is a must-have for you this Durga Puja.

Zara Suit

Red dresses, anarkali suits and sarees are definitely good investments. Buy them now for karwa chauth 2017. The wish is yours.

Make best of this this joyous festive season and have a lovely time.

Vibrant Red Chanderi Anarkali Suit

pretty red georgette anarkali

Hope you enjoyed this edition on Navratri Chaturthi Color, Red! Stay tuned for Navratri Day 5.

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