New Delhi: With the onset of spring, Navratri is one of those festivals which are no more limited to fasting and revering but also involve decking up and keeping the festive vibe buzzing throughout the nine days with the right outfits.
Sandeep Sharma, Director of Fabriclore suggested some tips.
* Gujarati embroidery: The colourful yarns sewn and adorned with mirror work in pop shades of purple, magenta, green, orange and more, on a base of beige, off-white, red and yellow, are a perfect match for designing ethnic ensembles this Navratri.
* Kota doria: Dipped and dyed in bright summer hues of orange, yellow, red and blue, the feather-like and breezy kota doria fabric can be fashioned into heritage Kota saris or fusion outfits like capes, asymmetrical or front slit kurtas.
* Mughal prints: Ensembles like straight slit kurtas, teamed with crinkled skirts or palazzo pants, mirroring the palatial Mughal designs of gardens and opulent Mughal architecture on fabrics like Cotton and…