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Celebrate 9 days of Navratri with House of Kari - House Of Kari (Chikankari Clothing)

Celebrate 9 days of Navratri with House of Kari

Navratri, the most auspicious season of the year is here!

The Hindu festival of Navratri honours the might of the goddess Durga and her nine manifestations, each of which was created to fight for a particular cause.

It is time to pray to the power of goddesses and celebrate the beauty of the universe with all things satvik, be it food, clothes, or thoughts.

How to dress up for the 9 days of Navratri?

Navratri is traditionally a time to wear your favourite bright and vibrant colours, such as yellow, red, green, orange, and pink. To look your best, you can wear anything from ethnic dresses to modern  suits in vibrant colours.

When dressing up for Navratri, it's absolutely essential to be comfortable. Choose breathable and comfortable fabrics, as well as loose-fitting clothing that won't restrict your movement. This is where Chikankari and House of Kari come to your rescue!

Here are some of the best festive Navratri outfits for the dandiya and pandal nights for you!

Day 1: Elegant White

The day to worship Shailputri is the first day of the Navratris. This mother goddess is famous for inspiring bravery and calmness. Hence, begin the holy Navratras by donning a beautiful white ensemble such as this white chikankari kurti. You can choose from a variety of jewelry such as maang tikka, earrings, bangles and necklaces to complete your look.

Day 2: Blessed in Red

The second day is for Mata Brahmachari, a goddess who lives a life of austerity and devotion. To celebrate the second day, dress in a simple red chikankari outfit and glow in divinity. Pair it with a red lip shade and bangles to complete the look.

Day 3: Magical Blue

The third day is the day of goddess Chandraghanta, who is renowned for bringing calm and tranquilly into the hearts of her followers. We celebrate this day by wearing the majestic blue color Chikankari Suit. Style it with a silver bag and jhumkas for a celebratory look.

Day 4: Charismatic Yellow

Put up a stunning yellow outfit to represent the light of the goddess. Take a cue from this stunning hand-embroidered chikankari kurta in pastel yellow. Style your hair straight, accessorize with minimal jewellery, and don’t forget to smile while wearing it.

Day 5: Refreshing Green

The fifth day is all about goodwill and generosity. Put on a green Chikankari short Kurti with garara pants, add silver jewellery and go for dewy make-up. You’ll be looking no less than a goddess in this gorgeous and traditional green kurti.

Day 6: Timeless Gray

This day is about celebrating the fierce fighter in us. Put on a gray Chikankari tunic, tie your hair in a bun and finish off the ensemble with coordinating flats. Style it with garara pants and white juttis for a festive look.

Day 7: Auspicious Orange

Wear a bright orange Chikankari Long Kurta with a thick dupatta and with stunning makeup look on day 7. Finish off by adding a bold red bindi for that traditional touch. A pair of pearl drops and a bracelet will enhance the look.

Day 8: Festive Sea Green

For the eighth day, we've chosen a sean green embroidery kurti that you may pair with chikankari pants, subtle makeup and emerald jewellery. Wear matching footwear and curl your hair to complete the look.

Day 9: Powerful Pink

We come to the last day of the celebrations by worshipping the goddess of knowledge and wisdom. Wear a fancy long kurti in pink with palazzos and flaunt your feminine look to your friends. You can also add a touch of sparkle with embellished jewelry and accessories.

You can also adorn beautiful gowns, kaftans and colourful dupattas to celebrate the nine days of Navratri. Go all out with a set of bangles, a round bindi and fresh flowers to style your hair. Wishing you all a very happy Navratri!

House of Kari is here to help you to dazzle your look during the Navratris with its exquisite collection of unique Navratri wear collection. It is a locally produced brand that respects the ancient craft of chikankari. Our goal is to promote contemporary art and turn chikankari clothing into a contemporary ensemble.

Get ready for festivities with us!