Navratri 2016 colour code: Sizzle in blue this evening – Style tips
Every year during Navratri, a colour code is assigned for each day.
Mumbai: This year, Navratri is spread over 10 days because Prathama (the first day) covered the first two days of the Gregorian calendar. Hence technically it’s the fifth day but going by the Hindu calendar, it’s the fourth day. Blue is the colour for today.
Every year during Navratri, a colour code is assigned for each day. And since its blue for today, we will take a look at a few style tips for women.
- If you don’t have a blue saree (either Navy blue or sky blue), pick up a blue Kurti/Kurta from your wardrobe and team it up with a pair of blue jeans. To add a bit of desi touch, you can wear jhumkas that compliment the attire. You can even sport a diamond/stone nose pin.
- If you have a blue saree, drape it beautifully and compliment the same with pearl or light metal jewellery. Keep your hairdo simple and go for gajras if you love them. Blue matching bangles will enhance your look.
- If you have Chudidar-Kurta or Salwar-Kameez in blue, then keep it ready for this evening’s dandiya event. Pick up matching or complimenting jewellery. Go for a no make-up look. Just wear a bright red/maroon lip colour that suits your complexion.
- And last but not the least, if you have a blue ghaghra/lehenga/sharara and choli, you can rock this evening by going all out traditional. Keep matching/complimenting accessories aside. You can even sport a bun or a juda to get the perfect desi look. A gajra around your juda will add magic to your attire.