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Navratri 2020 Colours: 9 Ethnic Navratri Looks And Their Significance For The Festival

We're taking a look at the significance of the Navratri 2020 colours and the stylish ethnic looks you can wear for each of them

The festival of Navratri 2020 is here once more

The auspicious festival of Navratri 2020 is here once more. Beginning from October 17 for a period of 9 days, Goddess Durga and her different avatars are celebrated with grandeur, song and dance. The festivities also extend to one's wardrobe because colour has a great deal of significance during this time. Navratri 2020 colours are 9 shades assigned to each day of the festival which holds different meaning for each day. We're taking a look at the significance of the Navratri 2020 colours and the stylish ethnic looks you can wear for each of them.

9 Navratri 2020 Colours And Dresses To Pick Before Dusshera 2020

Get your Navratri 2020 colours in check with these outfits we've picked out for you.

1. October 17 - Grey

The first day of Navratri 2020 i.e. Pratipada on October 17, 2020 is celebrated with the colour grey, which represents strength and peace.

The Rudra Creation Semi-Stitched Lehenga is made of net panels with silk and self-coloured embroidery.

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Styling Dos

Silver jewellery will add harmony to the outfit

Keep accessories muted in colour

Styling Don'ts

Don't opt for bright clashes of colour.

2. October 18 - Orange

The second day of Navratri 2020 i.e. Dwitiya on October 18, 2020 is celebrated with the colour orange, which represents energy and brightness.

The Swagat Sarees lehenga choli has a net and silk body which is covered with floral applique and thick borders.

Styling Dos

Gold jewellery will pair well with the shade

Add in bright accessories

Styling Don'ts

Avoid more orange in your look besides your outfit

3. October 19 - White

The third day of Navratri 2020 i.e. Tritiya on October 19, 2020 is celebrated with the colour white, which represents purity and calm.

The Indian Youth Unstitched Lehenga Choli is in white and gold tones of satin material and features metallic coloured embroidery.

Styling Dos

Chunky jewellery will add sheen to the look

Metallic accessories will add a pop

Styling Don'ts

Avoid bright colours from taking away its charm

4. October 20 - Red

The fourth day of Navratri 2020 i.e. Chaturthi on October 20, 2020 is celebrated with the colour red, which represents passion and creativity.

The Niyom Lehenga Choli is a red georgette ensemble with heavy embroidery, sequin work and a net dupatta.

Styling Dos

Experiment with metallic shades when wearing red

Complete your outfit with red lipstick

Styling Don'ts

Besides lipstick and outfit, avoid more red in your look

(Also Read: From Sarees To Lehengas, Tara Sutaria's Ethnic Looks Never Fail To Dazzle)

5. October 21 - Royal Blue

The fifth day of Navratri 2020 i.e. Panchami on October 21, 2020 is celebrated with the colour royal blue, which represents power and energy.

The Shree Impex Lehenga Choli is made of dark blue taffeta silk with gold embroidery details.

Styling Dos

Silver jewellery pairs well with this colour

Keeps accessories muted

Styling Don'ts

Avoid adding more blue to your outfit besides your outfit

6. October 22 - Yellow

The sixth day of Navratri 2020 i.e. Sashti on October 22, 2020 is celebrated with the colour yellow, which represents brightness and cheer.

The Home Deal Anarkali Gown is a yellow semi-stitched net gown and dupatta with contrasting floral embroidery.

Styling Dos

Keep jewellery to a minimum to let the shade shine

Pair your outfit with a braided hairstyle

Styling Don'ts

Strictly stick only to this shade and metallic tones for your look

7. October 23 - Green

The seventh day of Navratri 2020 i.e. Saptami on October 23, 2020 is celebrated with the colour green, which represents growth and positivity.

The Nir Fashion Lehenga is a dark green and gold net and taffeta silk semi-stitched lehenga choli with a dupatta.

Styling Dos

Gold jewellery will look gorgeous with this outfit

Add in metallic accessories when you wear it

Styling Don'ts

Avoid adding in more colours

8. October 24 - Purple

The eighth day of Navratri 2020 i.e. Ashtami on October 24, 2020 is celebrated with the colour purple, which represents intelligence and ambition.

The Zeel Clothing Lehenga Choli is a mulberry silk art silk lehenga choli with gold embroidery work and a striped dupatta.

Styling Dos

Pair your look with gold jewellery

Juttis will add ethnic charm to the outfit

Styling Don'ts

Stick to metallic coloured accessories to blend with the look.

9. October 25 - Peacock Green

The ninth day of Navratri 2020 i.e. Navami on October 25, 2020 is celebrated with the colour peacock green, which represents desires to be fulfilled.

The Bandidhari Fashion Lehenga Choli features an embroidered unstitched blouse with ruffled green skirt.

Styling Dos

Pair with warm toned jewellery

Metallic accessories will complete the look

Styling Don'ts

Avoid adding more colour with this outfit

Styling Tips For Navratri 2020

  • Stick to a single colour palette with metallic accents in tones of gold, silver, bronze and copper.

  • Add fashionable touches with your accessories but do not overdo it with too many elements.

  • Avoid colour clashes with too many pieces and shades in a single look.

(Also Read: Sara Ali Khan And The 8 Times She Set Sky High Ethnic Style Goals)

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