Navratri Fusion Outfit Ideas

This Navratri Lets Play Mix & Match Outfit Game To Look Stunning

Navratri has started from 7th October. On this occasion, people worship by being drenched in the devotion of nine forms of Goddess Durga & please the Goddess with Garba and Dandiya. Both these dance forms have become a big part of Navratri fashion along with the tradition. That is why during Navratri, not only in Puja pandals but also in clubs and resorts, Garba and Dandiya Nights programs are organized.

To attend Garba and Dandiya nights, people want to dress up traditionally keeping in mind the fashion. In such a situation, girls remain very confused as to what they should carry on Garba and Dandiya nights.

So let me solve your confusion with these outfit ideas to get ready this Navratri:-

Traditional Chaniya Choli:chuniya choli navratri outfit

Garba & Chaniya Choli is a Jodi that comes from many years and is always in trend. Every year it comes with some classy yet traditional twist. So, this Navratri lets you deck yourself with some colorful backless choli from top brands to turn every head for you. And, yes do not forget to add some oxidized pieces of jewelry to complement your look.

Western fusion in Indian attire:Navratri Garba outfit

Well, being traditional doesn’t mean you can try some fusion. Nowadays every girl looks for a fusion lehenga as their first choice. It is one of the hottest trends that raise the bar of fashion. So, try some fusion lehenga to kill on the Garba floor. What about you break every one of the mixes that these outfits come in, and blend ‘n’ match? In the event that you have a lehenga skirt that is adequately light to wear in the day, pair it with a white tank top or shirt to break the equivalent old design. On the off chance that you have an extravagant short kurta from a set that you’ve as of now worn too often previously and don’t need individuals to see you in, pair it with bootcut pants. Decorate with crowds of silver gems and high heels, and you’ll nail a combination design!

What about Maxi skirts?

Don’t have any desire to go all ‘extra’? Don’t worry about it! Select a fundamental & lightweight maxi skirt. While enjoying the Garba to the fullest, I know sometimes it gets difficult to carry heavy embroidery so a maxi dress can be your best friend in that situation. It offers both comfort and a classy look.

Shrugs or Embroidery Jackets:

Unlucky are those you are not living in Gujarat or have a working life because it’s hard to get ready after late working hours. But, why worry when you have options of jackets & shrugs. Yes, you can give your office outfit a festive look by wearing some exquisite jackets.


Any traditional outfit seems incomplete if we don’t carry it with a proper dupatta. In dupattas, you can have multiple varieties and patterns like Rajasthani Bandhej, Banarasi, Khadi, etc. For Navarati outfit, mirror work dupattas are highly recommended. You can either go with the dupatta with the same color as your lehenga or even go with the contrasting one.

Palazzo Suits:palazo

Take a kurta and pair it with your choice of palazzos for a voluminous outline. Fuss-free outfits are what girls mostly prefer for Dandiya nights. You can steal some ideas for our Bollywood divas as well who always carry this kind of look perfectly.

Well, I know you will never get enough to make yourself perfect, so here are some extra tips. Okay- you can thank me later for this!.

1.Continuously utilize waterproof cosmetics for makeup so on the off chance that it showers or on the other hand in case you are perspiring from moving, your cosmetics will remain unblemished and sweaty.

2. Oxidized adornments when worn while perspiring can leave poisons and cause rashes on your skin. Basically, utilize the hack of applying straightforward nail clean to the rear of your adornments and you will be a great idea to go.

3. Try not to worry about bling! Navratri is the point at which you can go max speed on bling so on the off chance that you truly like something yet think it is too OTT or gleaming don’t worry and simply take the plunge.

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October 10, 2021

14 Replies to “Navratri Fusion Outfit Ideas”

  1. anniem calone says: May 28, 2022 at 2:34 pm

    Loved it loved it and loved it. Really appreciate your blog. I love all the ideas you give in it.

  2. Larimar Jewelry says: October 22, 2021 at 12:44 am

    Hi, Well explained about the new fashion trends and gathered more information after reading your post. Thanks for you.

  3. CINDY ANN DSILVA says: October 12, 2021 at 3:45 pm

    Wow lovely outfits. What’s the one in your feature image called? the one to the extreme right?

  4. Yogita Joshi says: October 12, 2021 at 12:26 am

    These are some amazing ideas.. Fusion outfits for Navratri are indeed new trend

  5. Paresh Godhwani says: October 12, 2021 at 12:24 am

    These are some great fusion outfits you have mentioned. If I am not wrong they are known as indo-western, right?

  6. Deepa says: October 11, 2021 at 10:20 pm

    I loved all the ideas. My favourite is fusion outfits and lehengas.

  7. Sadvika Kylash says: October 11, 2021 at 8:56 pm

    Lovely ideas and amazing tips. would use up them this festival sesson

  8. Pratibha says: October 11, 2021 at 6:37 pm

    That is a whole load of ideas to dress up!

  9. Mandavi Jaiswal says: October 11, 2021 at 3:28 pm

    I just love the pant suit look! A fab way to buy something thats also usable for the rest of the year ! Smart tips here 🙂

  10. Charu says: October 11, 2021 at 10:01 am

    Lovely ideas! Palazoo set is so in!

  11. Srikanth says: October 11, 2021 at 9:16 am

    Nice options and a good way to understand the dressing attire during festivals

  12. Kiranmayi G says: October 10, 2021 at 11:33 am

    Nice compilation with colorful outfits!

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