Navratri – The festival which symbolizes the victory of good over bad & is a nine-day celebration. People not only offer prayers to Maa Durga but also celebrates this festival through dance, wearing traditional clothes and making delicious delicacies.
Garba & Dandiya, dance form original from Gujarat is performed by everyone across the country. It is the essential highlight of Navratri festival without which Navratri doesn’t end. People in a group perform this in front of Maa Durga.
Through this post, I am going to give you style option to create a colorful dandiya/garba look.
Recently, I went for dandiya night which was organized by Country Inn & Suites Sahibabad & carried this colorful Gujarati look for the dandiya.
Since today is the last day of Navaratri festival, I know many of you must be planning to go for dandiya/garba tonight. So I thought of sharing my Navratri look with you all.
I wore a traditional Gujarati lehenga with dandiya dancers embroidered all over the lehenga. The lehenga is a mix of black & pink hues with colorful thread embroidery & mirror work. Instead of wearing it with its actual blouse, which was as heavy as this lehenga, I paired it with a plain silk crop top.
I styled it with silver jhumkas & a long silver & blue neckpiece. This long neckpiece actually gave this attire a true Gujarati look.
Last but not the least I pinned my pink mirror work Gujarati dupatta (Delhi Haat, Sarojini Nagar for - ) on the side as I knew I would be dancing a lot.🙈🙈
So, take a cue from this look and create your own festive look. Enjoy the last day of Navratri.