With a loaded social calendar ahead of you, we’ve got the perfect wardrobe edit to keep you in your sartorial best
Given the global pandemic, getting dressed up and going out for pujas and dance nights for Navratri will be replaced with intimate affairs. But that doesn’t mean you need to compromise on your sartorial needs. Since October will give you many occasions to embrace your Indian ensembles, you can recycle these pieces for Durga puja and Diwali parties.
Those who wish to avoid heavily embellished looks can count on bright hued kurtas decorated with vibrant prints. Fans of digital prints will appreciate Ritu Kumar’s interpretation of an ivory kurta that comes with a pair of pleated palazzo pants. If you want something eye-catching, opt for Sureena Chowdhri’s sunny yellow Chanderi kurta and pants set featuring colourful scallop work on the yoke of the kurta and the hemline of her pants. Or you can even consider investing in an elegant high-low gold kurta by Payal Khandwala for a dandiya night at home.
If you’ve been searching for inspiration for Navratri dressing, you’ve come to the right place. Scroll through our curated list of the best kurta sets to invest in for the upcoming festive season.Also read:
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