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If your favorite color is red, you will surely enjoy the fourth day of Durga Puja. While you can always find a range of designs in bright colors, red has the highest demand when it comes to ethnic clothing, especially lehenga and anarkali. Check out this fantastic post to see some beautiful red color creations.
The fourth day of Navratri is dedicated to the goddess Kushmanda and is indicated by red color. Kushmanda, the fourth manifestation of the goddess Durga, is worshiped on the Navratri Chaturthi. The goddess believed she was the creator of the universe. Its name comes from "Ku-shm-anda", which means "the cosmic egg". The fourth day of Navratrai also marks the beginning of the worship of MahaLaxmi.
Today's color is red to celebrate the Navratri colors. Coco Chanel was right to say: "When in doubt, always wear red!" What a fabulous thought! Indeed, the words of Coco Channel are tried and tested. This color has different effects on different cultures. It is a color that rules both sinners and saints.
This particular color has had a major impact on the fashion industry. Models dressed in crimson from head to toe, especially in red Valentino dresses, are cheering the runway.
Red exudes luxury and is the fashion code for all seasons. It has a special place at Indian festivals and weddings. Whenever we think of Indian bride, we think of her in red bridal leihenga. Dandiya and Garba fashion are also closely related to this color.
Lehengas and ghagras are available across the country in shades of pink and purple. Be it for a wedding, engagement or dandiya nights, you can easily come across a variety of designs in this color.
Fashionlady offers you a range of beautiful traditional clothes in red color on the occasion of the fourth day of Navratri 2020. Make your choice from these beautiful picks. Have a look!
This red full-length Anarkali Sawlar Kameez suit is one of our best deals and is sure to be a winner for all occasions. The elaborate embroidery on georgette, decorated with heavy resham, lace and stone, as well as sequin work with a dash of blue embroidery, make this dress a perfect party ensemble. The cream-colored and red-shaded dupatta ensures a balanced overall picture.
This gorgeous red anarkali suit is on the latest trend and will make you twist whenever you wear it. Aside from the voluminous flares, the dress features a heavy neck and chest design which adds to the charm of this set. You can even wear it with panache for Diwali and Durga Puja. Go brave!
This is another gorgeous red salwar suit with a raised Chinese collar, floral motifs and geometric embroidery in gold across the neck, chest and sleeves. The embroidered red pants with a simple dupatta make this dress extremely unique and beautiful.
If you have a flair for wearing the traditional gota patti at this auspicious festival in India then try the red anarkali kurta, which features fine detailing in gota and cut work design. Make this celebration a joyful one by indulging in this latest design anarkali suit.
If you want to catch a few eyeballs, you have to look different and gorgeous. Imagine this – you walk into a room full of friends and family wearing red saris, red salwar suits, red anarkali dresses and suddenly just YOU! Everyone stops talking and you get noticed! Isn't that amazing? However, for that you need to wear something exclusive to the festival or event you are attending.
Check out this draped and pleated dress that will give your body the perfect shape. Wear this dress with stilletoes, finer earrings and a dash of confidence, there you are!
There are many ways that you can shop. Buy dresses online or at a retail store. Just do some basic groundwork to know what's trending, or follow our blog for the latest trends.
Since there are plenty of ethnic designs in red, here are bigger treats for your eyes to go with for the fourth day of the auspicious Dusshera 2020.
This is a gorgeous red saree that comes with a blouse in a complementary shade of green. This heavily decorated saree is flanked by wide gold thread embroidery on the edge. The pallu is accented with ornate pearl motifs and versatile brocades in three different designs. This saree suits the new brides best. Plus, this saree is an ideal choice for Karvachauth and wedding day events.
Inspired by the dress, this floor-length anarkali instantly gives you a diva look and makes you feel glamorous. With the ornate anarkali you will want to decorate the red carpet like stars. This anarkali dress features an ornate design with a high neckline, which reduces the requirements for the necklace. In addition, the full sleeves are accentuated with heavily embroidered brocade in black, which reduces the jewelry equipment to a minimum.
To keep the luxury of the outfit, the designer added a crystal studded back buckle that adds an edge to your look. The hem is decorated with elaborate details in various designs in gold, red and black. How could we forget the beautiful dupatta in red and contrasting black, flanked by a golden border? You will surely be in the spotlight. If you are of average height this is a must do on this Durga Puja.
Red dresses, anarkali suits, and saris are definitely a good investment. Buy them now for Karwa Chauth 2020. The wish is yours.
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Hope you enjoyed this edition on Navratri Chaturthi Color, Red! Look forward to Navratri Day 5.