The festive season of Navrati is upon us and that calls for colourful dress-ups even while following the norms of social distancing. While the global pandemic has put our garba plans on hold, it hasn’t damped the festive spirit altogether. One can still enjoy dressing up at home and FaceTime your beloved BFF for some sartorial extravaganza just like our tinsel town divas. What makes us say so? We are glad that you asked!
Keeping in mind the 'new normal' scenario, our Bolly and telly town divas have played dress-ups from their homes to celebrate the nine-day soiree. Drowning in the festive feels, these chicas have inspired us to take our ethnic wear out of the closet and flaunt it to celebrate the at-home 'Navratri'. From sarees to salwar suits and lehengas, they've flaunted it all! Check out some stellar looks below:
Flaunting multiple looks, Rashami has given us something to look forward to for the rest of the Garba days this season.
From Rajasthani lehenga choli and Gujrati sarees to South Indian Kanjeevarams, Bengali drapes and Maharashtrian Navvari, Desai went all out with an ethnic extravaganza!
Vidya opted for some resplendent and royal drapes while ringing in the festival from home.
From divine Benarasis to woven silks, Balan and her strong saree game gave us some major inspo in these festive times.
Ankita and her love for all things traditional is quite evident and out there.
The stunner drowned in the festive fervor and flaunted some ethnic looks in Navvari saree, elegant anarkalis.
Kajol showed us a fuss-free and easy-breezy way to ring in the festivities with her floral-printed kurta set and lace-helm pants from label Riddhi Mehra.
Sporting the colours of Navratri, Amruta made for a saree siren with her elegant Maharashtrian looks.
Minimalistic, traditional and chic.
Amyra made for an ethnic chica her floral lehenga set paired with minimal accessories and subtle glam. Now that's quite a chic Garba look, isn't it ladies?
Shelling major festive goals, Shefali stunned in a popping yellow ethnic anarkali teamed with a printed dupatta and silver accessories. Desi boho!
Himanshi made for a desi beaut in her bottle-green Patiala suit teamed with a pair of juttis and some ethnic jazz.
Mommy-to-be Anita paved way for the festivities donning a Bandhani kaftan with chunky earrings. Desi fusion!
So, all set for the sartorial extravaganza, ladies?