This year, celebrate Navratri Panchami 2020, d. H. The fifth day of Durga Puja 2020, with the color blue. Aside from its aesthetic values, the color blue defines a strong position in the fashion world and offers you a range of designs and styles. Check out our special 5th edition on the eve of the 5th day of Dusshera.
After the fourth we will talk about the 5th day of Navratri. The 9 days of Navratri are dedicated to 9 avatars of the goddess Durga. The tradition of 9 colors is widespread in states like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and other North Indian states.
Since each day of Dusshera is dedicated to a specific form of the goddess Durga, it has its own value and meaning in terms of colors as well. Devotees offer saris to the goddess according to the color of the day. For example, the panchami color of the day is blue. So today followers of Skandamata offer blue sari. They even prefer to wear traditional clothes of blue color.
The blue color is one of my personal favorites. Mostly known as royal blue or electric blue, I just adore this shade. This fashion color looks great when paired with nude tones, white, red, camel brown, silver, gold, and even neon colors.
With this Navratri, you don't have to be an expert to add a touch of this shade to your traditional outfit. FashionLady suggests you a rule of thumb when it comes to styling it in blue – don't overdo the blue!
Whether you are wearing it on Navratri Panchami or planning to go blue this Diwali 2020, be warned not to mix this shade with other blue colors or you will just look like a Smurfette. So it's better to experiment with other colors that I mentioned above.
Electric blue flatters all types of skin tones and looks great on the Indian complexion too. This particular shade compliments all neutral colors like beige and even some bold colors like burgundy, pine green and fuchsia pink. Just remember, shades of blue on top of each other are a big no in the fashion world.
We offer you some of the best items from our collections that are a perfect blend of colors and match both the festive mood and fashion.
On the eve of Navratri Panchami, today we celebrate the Durga Puja in blue color. Scroll down and let this Dusshera in blue pamper you!
Since this is a rich color, we offer this floor-length royal blue anarkali dress that is rich in intricate zari and thread embroidery throughout the dress. The color combination of blue and cream makes this anarkali suit only look ambrosial and high quality, although its price does not fall on this side. What's better than inexpensive but high quality products? It's a bargain.
The next is a blue mesh anarkali with delicate embroidery on the neck, sleeves and hem that looks extremely elegant for any occasion. The sheer design on the sleeves and on the border preserves the femininity of this traditional clothing.
As mentioned earlier, you can experiment with colors. This rich combination of two bold colors, pink and blue, makes this anarkali suit look extremely sensual. The floral motifs in pink patch work as well as the neck and sleeve design add to the value of this dress. The matching blue mesh dupatta is kept simple to focus on the delicate embroidery of the dress which makes the dress look beautiful.
Would you like to give yourself a new twist? Would you like to try a new style with a traditional ethnic look? Check out this dress that will make you look thin and tall even if you don't wear heels. The ensemble has a banarasi shrug which is the highlight of the dress. Banarasi also conveys a sense of tradition that goes well with the festival. The dupatta is kept simple with fine and very little embroidery.
If you want to add a bit of height to your look and show the people around you that you are extremely trendy and cool, try this asymmetrical suit with zari embroidery on the neck. Wear matte gold stilettos to look gorgeous.
Here are some more glamorous additions to the list on the eve of the 5th day of Durga Puja. Keep scrolling!
Floor-length anarkalis have ruled ethnic fashion for a number of years and will definitely stay that way. This royal blue anarkali is perfect for the 2020 Navratri Panchami as it is extremely graceful and has a luxurious feel. The suit is decorated with rich golden patchwork and colorful embroidery and huge motifs on the shoulders up to the middle part.
The intricate gota work continues directly from the V-shaped neckline towards the exhibited floor and ends with an ornate hem. Paired with a neon pink fishnet dupatta with gold patchwork, this anarkali looks best with dramatic eye makeup and stilettos.
This is another gorgeous number in blue that was modeled by Sushmita Sen. This floor-length georgette anarkali is adorned with beautiful embroidery in contrasting white on the egg yolks and sleeves. While the sleeves are flanked by matching floral motifs, the Dupatta features the same design to complement the outfit. How could you forget to notice the beautiful border trimmed with lace and matching embroidery. Complete your look with pearl accessories to add grace to your outfit.
Just like the long-legged girl Sush, Lara Dutta has also modeled for several well-known brands. The blue anarkali dress flaunted by Anara is a stunning piece. This velvet jacket style anarkali dress offers a luxurious look to the wearer. The royal blue shade of the ethnic outfit is framed by transparent fabrics on the sleeves and a removable transparent jacket with floral embroidery.
The sleeves are heavily loaded with floral motifs and gold embroidery that end with red borders and add an edge to the outfit.
No celebration is complete without lehengas. Especially during Navratri. Showcase your styles, from fish cut to A-line lehenga designs available online or at any designer boutique.
Let's look at some lehenga designs that you can buy online.
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Hope you enjoyed this blog about blue ensembles. Look forward to Navratri Colors for day 6.