The second half of every year is the most festive time in India. There are celebrations all along, with major festivals coming in one after another. Indians around the world are ecstatic and joyous during this time, as they get together with their near and dear ones to ring in the festivities.
Celebratory times call for celebratory wear, and so Indian traditional clothes ragingly storm the international markets across the globe. In fact, with the nearing of a major Indian festival called Navaratri, also known as Durga Puja, there’s been a heavy demand for traditional Navaratri clothing both online and in stores.
The traditional Indian Navaratri clothing includes kurtas, dhotis and pyjamas for men, and chaniya cholis for women. At Monalisa Sarees, we have an exclusive collection of chaniya cholis, especially designed keeping in mind the festival of Navaratri. We have over fifty designs available in our store and online as well. Each of our Navaratri wear has been skillfully made in different patterns and colour palettes. We are very happy with our collection and we are sure that our Indian and international customers are going to love wearing the dresses from our Navaratri collection.
This is going to be the first time that Navaratri will be celebrated with the usual fervor ever since the pandemic and we know that every Indian woman will be looking forward to dressing up for the events. At Monalisa Sarees, we too want you to look your best and shine out while grooving to your favourite garba beats. So, here are a few trends that you can choose from and look absolutely divine-like in your traditional Indian wear:
- Mix and Match
The Indian traditional wear has seen many trends, but the mix-and-match one has just stuck around ever since it was discovered. There’s a lot of flexibility and variety that is offered within this trend. When it comes to Indian clothes like chaniya cholis, you can pair a purple skirt with a white blouse and a pink dupatta!
2. Oxidised Jewellery
Inexpensive oxidised jewellery has become a go-to choice for Indian women. They are not just extremely affordable, but they actually look good with all Indian dresses! For your Navaratri look, you can pair big earrings and chunky statement rings.
3. Monotone Sets
Monotone sets or the single tone Indian traditional wear have taken over the market these days. Wherever you go, you are bound to find this trend. It is an effortless traditional look that you can easily carry and for a fun twist you can use a simple Indian saree and drape it as a chaniya choli.
4. Simple Hairdos
Last but not the least, the hair look! While many Indian women choose to let their hair down dressed in traditional Indian clothing, there are a few that prefer the simple clean look. This is a trend that is here to stay. A sleek, pulled back, low bun will surely make you look classic in your traditional Indian wear this Navaratri season.
We hope you have a great time celebrating the festivals.
Click here to check out our latest Indian Navaratri collection and other traditional Indian wear like sarees and suits online.