Nine Festival Outfits Ideas for 9 Days of Navratri - JAIPUR KURTI
Add colors to your festive look on this Navratri by choosing from the best Garba costume outfits for this Sharad Navratri 2022. Celebrated with great excitement across the state of Gujarat, it has a revered reference to the Hindu Goddess Durga.
The festival of Nav-ratri as the name says is celebrated for nine nights to worship the Goddess Durga. It is celebrated by the famous dance forms, Garba and Dandiya. Navratri is the most awaited time of the year and is known for its religious and joy-filled ambience. The nine-day festival is believed to worship the Nine forms of the Goddess Durga and is represented by women wearing nine different colored outfits for the Navratri Puja.
Flaunt your vibrant outfits by choosing from the wide collection of Navratri Special Color Outfits for women available at Jaipur Kurti. Our collection has the right Indian traditional festive wear for the Garba Celebration 2022. Discussed below are the nine-night celebration attires along with their color references for you to choose from. Find a fancy Garba costume that would give you a complete festive vibe for this Garba celebration.
The Nine Nights - Navratri costumes and the Significance of costume color for Women
Wearing the nine colors to worship the nine forms of Goddess Durga is believed to bring peace and harmony. Stay in trend by choosing from among these ethnic Festival dresses for women. Mix trends with colorful festive wear and creative accessories and add joy to this Navratri season.
White Suit set of Heavy-embroidered Kurta with dupatta and matching pants - The First Day of Navratri
Wearing the color white on the First day of Navratri is said to bring love and loyalty. It is used to worship the First form of Goddess Durga – Goddess Shailpurti. Stay up with the fashion trends on this Shardiya Navratri 2022 with a heavy-embroidered Kurta and Pant with a dupatta suit set. Give out the best festive vibes with a Cotton off-white Anarkali Kurta set with a gold lining, or a white solid dobby Kurta to go with a Printed white palazzo set.
Embroidered Red Suit set with Silk Kurta, Pants and Dupatta - The Second Day of Navratri
To worship the Goddess Brahmacharini, the red color worn in form of embroidered silk Kurta-Pants with dupatta is known to symbolize bravery, beauty and courage. Style the festive vibes with a Foil print rayon crop top and skirt or an embroidered red crop top with a palazzo and red dupatta. If you are a traditional Indian Festive wear lover, the embroidered kurta with a palazzo set would be a great ethnic option.
Embroidered Ethnic Kurta set of Royal Blue Kurta with matching Palazzo and Dupatta. – The Third Day of Navratri
Brighten your Third day of the festival with a royal Blue Kurta with heavy embroidery. Match this with a palazzo set and dupatta. The color blue is used to worship Goddess Chandraghanta and it is known to improve health, wealth and strength. Show out the best of your outfit collection by wearing a Blue ethnic Kurta-pant set. Grace this attire with a matching pair of earrings, nose pin, a hairpin or hand wear accessories.
Embroidered Yellow Sharara Set – The Fourth Day of Navratri
The yellow color signifies the Goddess Kushmanda and signifies brightness and happiness. Flaunt your festive energy by styling your Garba look with a Straight Kurta that goes well with a sharara and dupatta set. Go around wearing the Bright options including the Embroidered Straight mustard kurta with a dyed dupatta and palazzo. Show around your adorable set of embroidered Kurta Palazzo set with dupatta on the 4th day of Navratri.
Embroidered Green chanderi silk with Palazzo and dupatta set - The Fifth Day of Navratri
Emanate the occasion vibe by wearing a visually appealing piece of green attire. Begin your Fifth day of Navratri by stylish plus-size green kurta or an embroidered green chanderi silk with a palazzo and chiffon dupatta set. The green color signifies beginnings and growth, dedicated to the Goddess Skandamata.
Checked Grey Color Straight Handloom Kurta - The Sixth Day of Navratri
Vibe with the printed Angrakha Kurta and sharara set of grey color. It is used to worship the Goddess Katyayani and is used to denote the destruction of evil. A handloom-made checked straight kurta or a Sharara set would give a solid, crisp look for the Garba celebration 2022. Pick a palazzo with a matching Leheriya dupatta to go with an embroidered grey silk Kurta for a dandiya night dress for the Navratri dance on 6th day of Festival.
Orange Kurta with Palazzo Set – The Seventh Day of the Navratri
Style your looks with the color of the revered Goddess Kalaratri on the Seventh day of Navratri. The color orange is known to bring positivity and enlightenment. Rock your looks with an adorable set of printed orange kurta with palazzo set. The orange color is also said to help attain good luck and is an Indian festive color. Add creativity by wearing matching accessories to go with a printed orange chanderi silk Kurta.
If you are an Embroidered Kurta set lover, the Gold khadi print Rayon Kurta with beige color cotton pants would be great festive wear on the first day of Navratri. For Fusion lovers, the printed ethnic orange cotton shirt with matching pants is a trending Navratri 7th day attire.
Peacock Green Printed Straight Kurta with Pants and Dupatta set – The Eighth Day of Navratri
On the auspicious Ashtami, Goddess Mahagauri is worshipped with great joy and devotion by wearing fancy Garba costumes of peacock green color. On this day, small girl children are fed specially prepared food, as they are believed to be forms of the deity. On the Second last day of Navratri, steal the charm with a peacock green thread work printed Straight Kurta and Dupatta set.
Pink Embroidered Kurta with Sharara And Dupatta - The Ninth Day of Navratri
On the auspicious Maha Navami, Goddess Siddhidatri is worshipped with great joy and devotion by wearing Pink color. Lord Shiva’s one side is believed to be that of the Goddess Siddhidatri giving him the renowned title of Ardhanarishwar. On the last day of Navratri, steal the charm with a Pink Embroidered Kurta with Sharara & Dupatta.
Wear the nine color dandiya night dresses for the Navratri dance to please the nine forms of Goddess Durga. Add a dash of trend and style to flaunt the festive vibe with classy and vibrant Garba costumes of your preference and type.
What are the best outfits for the Navratri festival?
Some of the best outfits for the Sharad Navratri 2022 are - Kurta sets with Palazzos and Dupattas, Suit sets, Anarkali Kurtas and Angarakha Kurtas with pants.
What to wear on Nine Days of Navratri?
On the nine days of Navratri, wear a fabulous look by choosing from vibrant color options in Kurta and Suit sets, Angarakha and Anarkali Kurta sets, to go with Palazzos, Pants and Dupattas.
Which Color to wear on which day of Navratri?
The Nine days of Navratri are celebrated to worship the nine forms of Goddess Durga, which are represented by the nine colors -
- Peacock Green
At Jaipur Kurti, we aim to cater the needs of every woman related to fashionable and classy, traditional as well as contemporary clothing styles. From Angrakhas Kurtas to Crop tops and Anarkali suit sets, our range of collection includes a variety of pocket-friendly apparels. Choose the clothing type and size of your choice as we home sizes till plus sizes like XXXXL and types such as Fusion wear and Anarkali Kurta with dupatta sets.