Navaratri is just around the corner and along with it, sets off a chain of festivals, all over the country. While Guajaratis kick it off with garba and dandiya, the Bengalis follow it up with Durga Puja and then comes the festival of lights, Diwali. For any woman, this is the one time of the year, when they really want to deck up and dress to the nines!
This is the time of the year, when they are trying to decide whether they should wear a really flared and layered anarkali suits for the dandiya night, as opposed to the traditional mirror work lehenga choli. They are wondering whether they should make an entrance at the Durga Puja pandal dressed in the traditional white and red saree or make a statement with a cotton saree in a bright yellow with a red border.
However, when it comes to the traditional pujas, almost all women would want the traditional sarees in silk or cotton. This year, perhaps, might be the one where women will want something a little different here too. A traditional Kerala kasavu saree with elaborate embroidery would work really well for a puja, as well as for Durga Puja festivities. In case you have been invited to a bommakollu puja, why not jazz up the typical lehenga choli, by teaming the lehenga with a half saree style blouse and dupatta?
The festival season is the time to show off your creative fashion and if you are still a little bitconfused, how about giving India Emporium a visit, where you can find all the latest trends, as well as the most exquisite couture fashion!