Indulge in the 9 colours of Navratri festivity

Navratri is the celebration of colours, manifestation of womanhood and the triumph of good over evil. Celebrating the sipirt of femininity and colours, enjoy the versatility and vibrancy of each shade this Navratri with some fabulous creations from our designers. 
Orange represents warmth and enthusiam, what better way to start off the celebrations with a vibrant orange and white gradient mirror work suit from Loka by Veerali. Best part? it’s easy to dance in! 
Pristine and plush, white represents sophistication and satisfaction. Experiment with an indo-bohemian white outfit from Sukriti & Aakriti to amalgamate a modern silhouette with our rich culture.
Timeless, bold and daring, a classic shade of red is enough to elevate your mood! This peplum top and skirt from Ridhi Mehra is chic way to make a statement. 
Royal Blue
Elegant, graceful and regal, this colour represents charm. The royal blue and beige Devnaagri lehenga brings grandeur along with being light and easy to enjoy the festivities in high spirits.
Shining bright like the sunshine, this gorgette saree by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor would definitely make you the centre of attention in the celebrations.
Less is more! The simple yet gorgeous forest green lehenga from Ridhi Mehra is subtle yet extravagant!
Grey, though a subdued colour stands for the ever-ready spirit to fight the foes. Rock this monochromatic glitter grey outfit from Sukriti & Aakriti and indulge in the gleam and glamour.
One of the most celebrated colour, Purple is both festive and sophisticated. Indulge in this embroidered anarkali by Jayanti Reddy this Navratri season!
Peacock Green
Peacock Green is the go to colour for traditional wear. Enjoy this simple and easy anarkali from Loka by Veerali that would definitely make heads turn.

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