Navratri season is the official kick-starter for the festival season in India. With Navratri comes a plethora of all our favourite Indian festivals in quick succession. The best part about Navratri is that with blessings comes a whole host of opportunities to dress for all the pujas. You may be fasting but hey, why not make it all the more stylish by wearing your favourite anarkali suits to look your festive best? Anarkalis are super comfortable to wear all year round but we just want an excuse to dress up in one for this festive season. Anarkalis are stylish and comfortable and for all the running around you will be doing, an anarkali is just what you need to get the best of both worlds. Anarkalis look just as good in casual attire as it does with dressy ones. However, dressing one up for the festive season is a game changer totally something you should consider yourself to get for this Navratri.
Swirlster Picks Anarkali Sets For You
These anarkalis are stylish, comfortable and just ready to be worn this Navratri.
1. Ritu Kumar Women's Anarkali Set
This lemon yellow number is a gorgeous pick for the day time during this season. Certainly one of those suits you can wear on the last day of Navratri for the pujas. With the delicate work done on the neckline, this suit is the perfect suit which is festive but also lightweight for the season.
The yellow colour can easily be paired with contrasting accessories in jewellery or something like a turquoise pair of juttis or kolhapuris.
Try to avoid heavy jewellery like chokers and long necklaces as the beauty of the neckline
2. BIBA Women's Cotton Achkan Salwar Suit Set
White is a classic colour to be worn all throughout the year and the festive season is no different either. A white and golden combination for the festive season looks great on all women and this suit particularly is the balance of heavy and lightweight. The embroidery adds glam to an otherwise off-white suit which flares up at the bottom.
Pair this suit set with pearly white chandbalis with a pair of golden juttis to get into the festive groove while looking stylish.
Don't overdo the look with heavy jewellery
3. Rangmanch By Pantaloons Women's Rayon Anarkali Salwar Suit Set
Angrakhas are super stylish when styled properly. We're seeing a lot of trends where angrakhas are being paired with palazzos and ghararas for that added volume. This Navratri, an angrakha suit like this one won't just make you look stylish while you twirl around the house doing chores but is comfy and flowy as well.
This set does not come with a dupatta so feel free to pair a matching dupatta or go without it. Silver jewellery would look perfect to complete the look.
Don't mix and match too many colours in fear of losing the charm of the anarkali
4. BIBA Women's Anarkali Salwar Suit Set
Who doesn't love a good contrasting suit? We love everything about this one for sure! The simple grey set is adorned with a beautiful neckline in pink that complements the stunning Benarasi style dupatta along with it. The suit may be beautiful but the dupatta is the real rockstar of this set making this the perfect festive outfit this Navratri season.
This festive outfit can be worn for parties as well. Simply pair these with bright pink or metallic block heels.
This suit may not be the correct pick for those who are looking for a more fitted kurta and hence avoid tailoring it for a tighter fit
5. Juniper Mint Georgette Printed Anarkali Kurta with Palazzo
Mint green is one of the trendiest colours for ethnic wear this season. This anarkali set with palazzos are the chicest way to possible to immerse yourself in the Navratri festivities this year. The casual chic pick has a short anarkali kurta that makes running around the house easier.
Pair this suit with a pair of juttis or metallic kolhapuri sandals to help in the chores looking like a diva.
If you're looking for a suit that comes with a dupatta then this may not be the right choice. Avoid using a dupatta therefore, letting the suit shine on its own.
6. W For Woman Women's Anarkali Kurta
Printed kurtas are easy to style and look good as it is as well. This mustard yellow kurta for instance has printed flowers made on it that is sure to look good this Navratri. The delicate golden thread work further adds grace to the beautiful floor length anarkali kurta.
Anarkali kurta like this one doesn't come with a dupatta but that shouldn't stop you from wearing one. The kurta has hints of pastel pink, green and blue which can be contrasted with the kurta perfectly.
Since the anarkali kurta is long, avoid pairing it with a palazzo or a gharara underneath.
7. Amazon Brand - Tavasya Women's Cotton Anarkali Salwar Suit Set
The simplicity of this anarkali is balanced with the beautiful golden floral prints all over the mid-length anarkali which we can't get over. And who even says no to a red anarkali anyway? The interesting crush dupatta add to the beauty of this gorgeous anarkali set.
One can hardly ever go wrong with a red anarkali. Wear this with juttis or heels and matching golden jewellery for a classic red and gold look.
Don't mix and match other coloured dupattas with this set as it will not go well with it.
8. Aurelia Women's Net anarkali Salwar Suit Set
Shades of blue go well beautifully with all metallic shades mostly. This holds true for this net anarkali suit as well. What we love most about this suit is the fringed ends of the net dupatta which is a stylish addition to the set.
Pair this set with neutral coloured accessories like silvers and goldens to create the perfect look.
Colour blocking may not complement the overall look so is best left to avoid it.
9. Janasya Women's Peach Poly Crepe Anarkali Kurta with Attached Dupatta
Is the fear of your dupatta hindering your dreams of wearing the perfect suit? That has just been resolved with this anarkali kurta with an attached dupatta. The blush pink kurta has very delicate golden prints across the dupatta and the borders of the kurta which is not overpowering for a festive look.
Since the suit is primarily plain, one can experiment with polka choker sets to go with this set and go full crazy for the festive season too
Avoid wearing a gharara or loose palazzo pants underneath the kurta.
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