I am back with my second Navratri outfit idea. If you haven’t checked my previous post, then please click here since I am all about being on a budget while dressing up for festivals or any occasions. If you have been following me for a while now, then you will know that I am all about mixing up styles, prints, and patterns. And I have done the same for my second Navratri outfit idea. Keep on reading to know more.
Before I dive in telling you about my Navratri outfit, here is a special mention about my photographer; Karthik. We met through a familiar friend, and I am so glad that we did. Both of us share a similar zest in creating great content. We meet a few days prior to the shoot day to conceptualize the entire photoshoot. I like the way he is always open and enthusiastic to new ideas, and which translates into the pictures you see today. He is also a wedding photographer and you check out his work here.
I do prefer wearing lehengas whenever I can because they are easier to handle than a saree, especially during dandiya nights. So, I have come up with this idea wherein I paired two skirts together. One is a black pencil skirt, and underneath that, I wore a long length skirt in the same color to give it a mermaid look.
There are a few women who like to wear a whole black ensemble, right? You may want to ditch all the color riot and prefer just a monotone palette. Well, sometimes wearing a monotone from top to bottom makes you stand out in the crowd, especially during Navratri. So, this ensemble is for you guys! Maybe you can try this out the next time you step out. I paired it with a black kalamkari ready-made blouse and a net material dupatta.
Whenever I want to take my ensemble a notch higher, I always end up picking oxidized jewelry. It’s Navratri and not wearing silver accessories can be frowned upon you know? I completed the look with comfortable juttis.
My outfit details will be mentioned at the end of the post.
Photographer: Karthik Pallati.
The final Navratri look coming up next.