Navratri 2016 colour code: Shimmer in red today – Style tips inside
Red is a very traditional Indian colour often used during festivals and most importantly during marriages.
Mumbai: The colour code for the fourth day of Navratri this year is red. So all you need to do is dig out all the reds from your wardrobe, choose the best one and make it ready for this evening.
Red is a very traditional Indian colour often used during festivals and most importantly during marriages. It symbolises life and fertility. By flaunting the colour red, you can shimmer and grab eyeballs this evening at your favourite dandiya event.
Here, we are listing out a few important style tips to help you get prepared for a dazzling evening:
- If you have a red traditional silk saree, team it up with gold jewellery. Go for an Indian juda or bun and wear gajra to complete the look. Make sure, you don’t miss out on the red bindi on your forehead.
- If you have a salwar kameez with dominant red colour, team them up with minimal jewellery. You may leave your hair open or pin it up with clips. Go for the no-makeup look. Simple diamond bindi and sober accessories.will complement your attire.
- A red Gaghra Choli will by far be the best attire. If your ghaghra choli is heavily embellished with stones and embroidery, then go for simple kundan jewellery. Don’t overdo makeup and keep accessories to the minimum. A stone or a diamond bindi and a simple hairdo will complete your look.