Ace your Navratri look with these latest styles from Amazon Fashion & Beauty
Of the many ways Navratri is celebrated across India, dandiya nights are the most vibrant. The country is grooving to the beats of Navratri songs, beautifully decked up in colourful outfits and stunning makeup looks.
Narendra Kumar, Creative Director at Amazon Fashion and Sobiya Modgul, Content Lead at Amazon Beauty have shared some tips to liven up your look with the latest collection from Amazon.in
Style for Women
Lehenga Choli: This Navratri, mix and match your favourite outfits for the trendiest of the looks. Pair a crop top with a printed or an embroidered silk or cotton lehenga to achieve the perfect Navratri look. Also, if you want to opt for an Indo-Western look, go for pop hues.
Recommended: Max Women's Synthetic Lehenga, Max Women's Lehenga, BIBA Women's Lehenga Choli
Anarkali: Anarkalis in bright colours like orange, red and green will make for a perfect Navratri ensemble. Elevate your outfit with brightly coloured jhumkas. You can even wear a kamarbandh instead of bottoms. An anarkali is the ideal ethnic style that is both stylish and comfortable.
Recommended: BIBA Women's Anarkali Kurta, W for Woman Women's Anarkali Kurta, Max Women's Kurta
Palazzos: Leggings and churidars can take a break. Experiment with patterns, polka dots and stripes instead of donning plain bottom wear this Navratri. Pair this with tassel earrings for an Indo-Western look.
Recommended: Aurelia Palazzos, Biba Palazzos, W for Woman Palazzos
Clutch: A nude clutch is a perfect addition to your look. While you’re choosing brighter colours for your outfit, you can tone it down with a nude clutch. Choose a clutch with hints of shimmer to complete your festive look.
Recommended: Lino Perros Women’s Clutch, Accessorise Women’s Clutch, Russo Milano Women’s Clutch
Jewellery: The right jewellery can really accentuate your look. The delicate appeal of a woman wearing an oversized ring or a multi-layered necklace has undergone a revival this season.
Instead of dainty pieces being layered, chunky jewellery will be the stacking piece of choice. Make a bold statement with your jewellery this Navratri.
Recommended: Malabar Gold Necklace, Joyalukkas Gold Earrings, Shaze Heidi three-toned Ring
Footwear: Footwear just got an upgrade with mules. A top hit this season are glittery mules. Make a confident statement with these strappy mules to add definition to your festive attire.
Recommended: Tres Mode Mules, Mochi Mules, Metro Women’s Mules
Smoky Eyes: Play up your eyes with a smoky eyeshadow look. Although it is a little difficult to master, you can make it as subtle and bold as you like.
One tip is to pair them with a nude lipstick to balance out your look. Choose from some fun palettes to experiment with your look, opting for purples and browns instead of the usual black.
Recommended: Makeup Revolution Palette Iconic Smokey, Maybelline New York The Rock Nudes Eyeshadow Palette, Lakme 9 to 5 Quarter Eyeshadow Silk Route
Lipstick: Opt for a pretty pink lip colour this Navratri. From hot pink to blushed pinks, you can play with a spectrum of pinks. To add some drama to your look, top up your lipstick with a dash of gloss.
Recommended: Loreal Paris Rose Gold Lipstick, Wet N Wild Pink Ice, Lakme 9 to 5 Lip Color Pink Perfect
Kurta: Want to make a fashion statement? Opt for a kurta in shimmery and bold colours to go with a dhoti or Jodhpur pants. You can experiment with the cut to give your kurta a touch of quirk.
Recommended: Max Kurta, Manyavar Men's Silk Kurta, Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna Men's Kurta
Churidars or Dhotis for Men: Move away from the traditional pyjamas and opt for dhotis or churidars that not only look classic but are comfortable at the same time.
Recommended: Max Men's Synthetic Chudidar, Max Men's Synthetic Chudidar, Manyavar Men's Cotton Lungi
Kolhapuris: Shoes make a man and Kolhapuris are a game-changer this festive season. Both comfortable and stylish, they are always going to stand out.
Recommended: Metro Red Sandals, Mochi Beige Sandals, Paragon Vertex Men’s Kolhapuris