The festive season is upon us. From this month on, we only have more reasons to celebrate! After a heart-warming and adrenaline pumping Ganesh Chaturthi, it’s time for Navratri – The festival of celebrating the power of good over evil.
Navratri is all about dancing your way out of all your worries. Each year the colours are decided as per a significant order and people choose to don them, to align with the spirituality of the particular Goddess of the day.
We at Metro Shoes have curated nine looks to help you step up your fashion quotient to avoid your last minute woes.
Day 1: Royal Blue
Dance through the night like there is no tomorrow with these slip-on mojaris. Let the Day 1 be simple as your twirl in the royal blue skirt and a complimenting top like Shraddha Kapoor. Don’t forget to add this mandatory bling clutch to look like a diva for the night.
Day 2: Yellow
These metallic slip-ons and glittery clutch would add an element of oomph to your yellow dress. You can don the Alia Bhatt look by wearing a delicate embroidered lucknowi kurta with white work on it to look like a diva on the second day of Navratri.
Day 3: Green
Slay in this green lehenga and a shirt style choli to look like a style cracker that you are. Pair it up with these golden mirrored ethnic heels to look chic. A golden clutch is a must with this one just to store in your last minute make up touch ups! Opt for a sleek hairdo to let your outfit do the talking.
Day 4: Grey
Keep up with the grey theme colour with this silk embroidery skirt just like Kareena Kapoor Khan. Shake a leg to your jam in these glittery anti-gold heels and don’t forget to add a little essential sparkle with this shimmery fancy bag to maintain a perfect colour coordinated outfit.
Day 5: Orange
Look like sunshine in orange and twirl in this skirt, just like the evergreen Shilpa Shetty. Complete the look with these multi-coloured mojaris and a heavy beaded clutch to dazzle the night. Pair it up with a crop top to make this one an indo-western outfit.
Day 6: White
Take notes from Kangana Ranaut on how to play around with your saree and drape it on with a cold shoulder crop top or even a basic one. Add these antic gold sandals and a golden clutch to look heavenly gorgeous as you go to seek Maa Durga’s blessings.
Day 7: Red
These gold slip-ons and golden clutch is all you need to look like an Indian princess. Make a jaw- dropping entrance at the Navratri dance party in this sexy red saree just like the desi girl Priyanka Chopra. We love the sequin blouse and the saree borders. Make sure to add the bling to keep up the desi vibe.
Day 8: Sky Blue
Gold and sky blue go hand-in-hand. So, pair up a sky blue lehenga with golden mojaris and look gorgeous just like Jacqueline Fernandez on the day of Ashtami. Let your golden box clutch make a statement to complete your heavenly look for the day.
Day 9: Pink
Conclude the festival by dressing up in this floral coordinated pink lehenga set, just like the Ramleela actress Deepika Padukone. This outfit would definitely help you take the ‘chakkars’ in grace. Steal the look by donning these wonderful gold slip-ons and bejewelled clutch.
Metro Shoes hopes that you are all set to rock these nine days and nights with our ethnic footwear collection and our state of the art bags. We hope that this Navratri gives you the courage to scale greater heights and pray for the ability to conquer all the evilness with your righteousness.