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Fashion Tips to Follow on Each Day of Navratri Celebration 2021


The holy festival of Navratri is in October 2021. It will start on the 7th of October and ends on the 15th of October. These nine holy nights represent the victory of good over evil. These are nine auspicious days as per the lunar calendar of Hinduism.

Each day of Navratri honors the nine avatars of Maa Durga and also stands for one auspicious color for each day. You can get the blessings and make these days more special by wearing these colors on the respective days in the form of clothes or Trendy Navratri Jewellery 2021. Have a look at the 9  days and corresponding 9 colors, also how you can incorporate it with the help of jewelry and other accessories.

First Day of Yellow Tones

Navratri's first day is dedicated to Maa Shailputri and the color symbolizes Yellow which represents joy and happiness. 

You can wear Gold Plated Jewelry like Peepal Pati Set, which gives you the yellow tones.

Second Day of Green Shades

The second day is dedicated to spiritual knowledge as it honours Brahmacharni. You should wear green on this specific day.

If we talk about jewelry, you can incorporate Green Emeralds in Kundan Jewelry. You can also wear Green beads to your jewelry or go for Green Fancy Bangles.

Third Day of Muted Grey

This day is dedicated to Devi Chandraghanta who carries a half-moon over her head. Perfect day to wear Oxidized jewelry to match the grey tones of this day. 

Fourth Day of Tangy Orange

The fourth day is dedicated to Goddess Kushmanda. Orange is the color for this day which represents brightness and happiness.

You can add this color by wearing an orange dress or adding Orange Organza Dupatta to your outfit. It gives you a classy look along with traditional values.

Fifth Day of Pure White

The fifth day is dedicated to Goddess Skandamata which represents purity, so one should wear white to seek the blessings.

In jewelry, you can go for white pearls or even add American Diamond Jewelry.

Sixth Day of Bright Red

Devi Katyayani is the goddess of this day and the color it represents is Red- color of Anger towards her enemies. Go for Bright Red Phulkaris and Dupptas along with jewelry with red tunes.

Seventh Day of Dark Blue

The Goddess of immense power - Devi Kaalratri, represented by dark Blue Color.

Wear jewelry like Jhumka Earrings with blue hues, either with blue stones or colored beads. You can also wear a beautiful dark blue outfit.

Eighth Day of Subtle Pink

The pink color is the color of eight-day as this day is dedicated to the goddess Mahagauri. 

Wear beautiful Pink Bangles along with Kundas Kadas to match the color vibe of this day or add colorful jewelry with pink tones.

Ninth Day of Purple 

The last day is dedicated to Maa Siddhidatri- fulfills one's expectations. The color of this day is Purple representing aspiration and power.

Wear a Purple outfit with a Traditional Necklace and Earrings. You can go bold with this look.

These were some fashion ideas according to each day and the color it represents. It's amazing when tradition and modern fashion get a fusion to create something fabulous. For all your fashion jewelry and traditional jewelry needs, you can visit Amazel Designs. Buy your favorite pieces at special prices in Canada and the US.