The festive season is here and this time, there are fortunately few inhibitions on parties and events. The evening lights will grace the narrow streets of India and turn them into a beautiful scenery. There will be joy, excitement, and good fortune in the upcoming days. Days of Navratri stand out because of the vibrant music, happily enthused Garba dance and community gatherings.
On Garba nights, every man and woman wants to look wonderful in their ethnic best. With new trends in ethnic wear, the right jewellery and hair, you can arrive at the Garba night in style. Consider these choices-
Asymmetric lehenga choli
One of the top seasonal favourites this season is a lehenga with an irregular border. Asymmetrical or high-low hemlines have been popular for a while and are still popular this season.
Wear a contrast-coloured lehenga and dupatta to complete the appearance. You are now outfitted with a stunning headpiece and a pair of hand harnesses, and you are ready for a fantastic evening! You can also dress down by donning your high-low outfit for a night of endless dancing and entertainment.
Kurti and lehenga
Having a few fundamental pieces in your closet can usually help you put together a variety of looks. An embroidered Kurti can be used to create a diverse and chic style. An ethnic look might be created by wearing a Kacchi-worked Kurti with a plain lehenga, a multicoloured dupatta, and heavy metal jewellery. Thus, embroidered Kurtis and lehengas are two must-haves for a festive wardrobe.
Peplum choli and lehenga for Navratri
The ultimate Navratri costume is this gorgeous peplum choli and lehenga! The outfit is completed and given a polished, attractive appearance by the flared peplum top. Wear this lehenga and enjoy a night of Garba dancing. After a long night of dancing, it's a terrific costume for hanging out with your pals.
Kurta set with Indian prints
If you want something eye-catching and straightforward for your Garba nights, nothing beats the kurta sets with simple Indian pants. Try the Indian-patterned Kurta set for a more refined look: bandhej, patola, kalamkari, Madhubani, leheriya, and other block print methods. You can also be paired with a dhoti or a pair of salwar. For an Indo-fusion look, you can also pair it with denim jeans.
Kurta with waistcoat for Garba nights
Keep it simple if you dislike Kurta sets. Put on your chosen Kurta combo and a waistcoat that fits you, either plain or patterned. Keep a pair of traditional shoes on hand, like a mojri, jutti, or kolhapuri chappal, to complete the look.
Half and half lehenga choli
The half-and-half lehenga, which has been popular for a while, is currently making a comeback and redefining fashion. It has a huge following among young women. A half-patched and half-plain style can take the stage on Garba night. A lehenga with a contrast dupatta with a patola print, Ajrakh, Kalamkari, or Bandhej design is the ideal choice for the current fashion.