By Sania Lakhani (Team CB)

Also Read: Tips from 2014| Tips from 2013

The most awaited festival of Gujju land is here! We are all gearing-up to welcome the most energetic 9 nights of the year, so that each one of us looks effortless & in-sync while dancing to those Garba tunes, on those lush green fields. Speaking of fields, the fashion police has taken their duties very, very seriously this time & has made sure that all of us look like as we truly & completely belong on those fields, hence, its flower-power this year folks! From small to big, all types of flowers will be seen this year, printed on cholis, ghaghras & dupattas.

Here at CB, we are embracing this new trend, keeping in tandem with the ethnic spirit of Navratri, while adding a CB touch to it. Check out the looks we recommend:

1) For the flare in you: flared pants have been the “IT” thing for a while now and I’m sure everyone would own at least one pair of palazzos, so let’s make things interesting!

Pair-up your pair of palazzo pants with an ethnic choli and there you have it, an ethnic twist to the ongoing “IT” trend!

 

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Pair the ensemble with fun accessories- doesn’t Sohini look gorgeous!

2) For all things cropped: Why just limit ourselves to one trend this year? We are going fusion all the way.

Team up your cute little crop-top with those floral printed chaniyas & a colorful lehria dupatta & you are good to go!

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Sohini is wearing a floral crop top as choli with a traditional chaniya. A side bun and delicate chains around her head and waist look exquisite don’t they?

3) For the “Dare-to-be-different”-In our quest for trying to be different, we decided to take it up a notch.

Juhi recommends this look & it is guaranteed to make you stand-out!

A button down high-low shirt, buttoned only till the mid-riff with a chaniya. Don’t worry if you don’t have a high-low shirt, we have a cheat for that too! Take any of your regular shirt, button it till the mid-riff & knot the rest & voila! You have created a look for yourself, which will be longer from the back & shorter at the front.

 

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Juhi is wearing a shirt dress as a high low crop top. Statement earrings, messy side braid and anklets finish the look

4) For the Experimental Souls- Let’s take a break from all things girly & raid a man’s Navratri wardrobe. Pick up a kediyu and team it up with a pair of denims or a straight fit maxi skirt! If you think you are missing that girly touch, a great pair of earrings will save your day! 🙂

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Juhi decided to go semi-Goth with a fierce black look and a messy high knot. A necklace worn as anklet and dangler in only one ear finish her look!

 

Accessory Tip: a)Keep it minimal this Navratri

b) don’t shy away from experimenting with head chains, it will definitely give you an edge & will also be a change from the usual maang-tikaas.

Hope you have a fun and fashionable Navratri like every year. Who knows we might run into you, one of these nights.

Psst: Did you know you could rent/buy these outfits for a discount on the CB App. Download now!

Also, there is a fun contest on the app. Just upload your Navratri pics and win gift hampers!

Stay Gorgeous xx

Closet Credits:

Look 1: Palazzo Pants- Fab India

Look 2: Crop top- Stalk Buy Love

Head Chain-Koovs

Body chain (worn around the waist)- New Look

Look 3: Kediyu- Namaste NYC

Black Skirt with high slits- Stalk Buy Love

Look 4: Shirt Dress- Koovs

Earrings- Bhavs Designer Jewelry

Anklets- Twines n Pellets (Buy)

 

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