Navratri Special Kurtis Collection : Navratri Ke 9 Rang – Mirraw Ke Sang!


So, the festive season is not enough a stone’s throw away from now, and what who is shopping for has already become the buzz of the town. Shops and stores are getting crowded by women of all ages, in an attempt to get their hands on the best and trendiest of fashion. Often, they end up wasting too many precious hours looking for that one statement piece, only to realize it was all in vain. This is the main reason why more and more women are resorting to buying festive wear like lehengas and Kurtis online.

The Navaratri, and especially shopping for the occasion, is what most Indian women await all year long. The festival is all about colours and brightness, pomp and harmony. Why shouldn’t our outfits be the same then? This Navaratri, the theme would be all about colours with a dash of sparkle, and here’s a list of clothing ideas you should say yes to. You can easily avail them online and make the most of your Navaratri’s nine days in style.

#1. Orange Kurtis For The Vivacious

This is one colour without which any woman’s wardrobe can be said to be empty. Orange is the colour of freshness and love, youth and fun. There is no reason then that this colour should be given a miss this Navaratri.

The colour would look even more marvellous when worn in an Anarkali style suit. You can go for the orange embroidered georgette Kurti from Mirraw for a complete festive look. The intricate detail with beads is to die for and the floral pattern hits high on the trend cards. Besides, the outfit brings the best of all styles into one – three-quartered sleeves with a hint of intricacy, a heavy embellished dupatta and the charm of the Anarkali flare – a total winner when it comes to festive outfits, isn’t it?

#2. Cloudy White For The Family Gathering

Navaratri is also a time when the family comes together for some special evenings. Cousins, uncles, aunts, children – the house is abuzz with activity, laughter, great food and, no wonder, great fashion. You would certainly want to become the talk of the town by dressing up in the most gorgeous outfits of all, and what better than wearing a simple yet elegant white ethnic dress to add to your charm?

You can pick out this cloudy white tassel dress from Mirraw, which again comes in the much-in-trend floral print. The quarter-sleeves come with impressive detail and the simple white colour is eye-catching. The best part is that it can look great with a wide range of accessories and both heavy to light makeup, as you wish. Get free to style any look you want with this very special dress.

#3. Red Kurtis For Making a Statement

Red is the colour of the goddess itself, and therefore is a must when it comes to picking out the colour of choice during the festive season. Besides, the colour looks great on so many of us that it is worth giving a shot. Wear this Mirraw red rayon Kurti for a chic look. Straight cut and quarter sleeves have never looked better together.

The best part is that this embroidered beauty can be worn with such a wide variety of bottoms, and the impact is different every single time. Wear it with palazzos for accentuating the ethnic vibes. Wear it with cigarette pants for a very sleek modern look. Wear it with Patiala pants to revive the ethnic Indian roots in style. You could even choose to wear it with churidar style pants to cut down years from your overall look and personality.

#4. Royal Blue For The Gorgeous Look

The festival time is incomplete without a tinge of royalty in terms of garments and colours. Blue is a colour that looks good on anyone and everyone, which makes it a favourite among the crowd. Go for this very special blue chikankari outfit for the Navaratri this time and keep turning heads as you swirl to the beats of the Dandiya. The chikankari detail adds tons to the magic you create with your personality. The Anarkali could be paired with bottoms of white or golden colours for the best impact, and the accessories should be large and loud for complementing the style.

#5. Yellow For The Vivacious

The colour yellow is the vibe of every festival, isn’t it? Any festival is incomplete without this colour. Therefore, it is only obvious that you would want to don this colour for the special days of Navaratri. Besides, this colour looks exceptionally beautiful with ethnic embroidery styles.

The crepe style of kurti is sure to turn heads this festive season. Paired with the warmth of the colour yellow, this is an ideal choice for showing your vivacious side this puja. Pair the yellow crepe Kurti from Mirraw with funky modern accessories for a fusion look. The best colour to go with yellow would be white for the bottoms and silver for accessories. Keep the look light and easy and score brownie points for your youthful vibes.

#6. Trending High With Green

Green is one colour every girl must have in her wardrobe, isn’t it? Besides, the colour is so versatile that it goes well with several colourful bottoms and accessories. This makes for much of the festive season vibes, offering you the opportunity to mix and match and blend in style. We suggest buying this long green Kurti with ethnic gold prints. It comes in short sleeves and offers a youthful charm to your overall look.

#7. Grey And Its Fifty Shades

The colour grey seems to many as boring and something not made for festivals at all. Why not choose to prove this wrong by donning one yourself this festive season? Go for this glam grey Kurti by Mirraw and pair it with bright colourful bottoms for sealing the look. You have the opportunity of playing with your accessories, for this is one look where the kurti lets the other elements of the look speak louder. Go for colours and sparkle on other parts of your look and add tons to the festive mood.

#8. A Royal Purple For The Royal You

Purple would be the colour to go this festive season simply because of the touch of royalty it adds to your look, without letting you make the effort to add any dash of festive vibes to your personality artificially.

We suggest you buy this beautiful purple silk Kurti and pair it with white bottoms – be it a palazzo, a churidar, a legging or a long skirt. The style of the Kurti is so unique and chic that it would look great on anyone and with any kind of pairing. Do not forget to wing your eyes for a more sophisticated and dreamier look, and always remember that gold is purple’s best friend!

#9. Peacock Green For The Elegant You

A rich colour like peacock green would perfectly sum up Navaratri for you, because of its elegance and richness. The colour would suit wonders for all skin types. It goes without saying that this would be the ideal pick for the Dashami night, when everyone is decked up in their very best, and it is time to enjoy the festival for one last time until it comes again next year.

Go for this beautiful and elegant peacock green Kurti with ethnic prints. The dual colours add a touch of uniqueness to the overall look, as does the use of stripes on the sleeves and midriff. The best part of the overall look is how light it looks despite the ethnic prints.

Vaishali Mhaske
Vaishali Mhaske
Hey! Nice to meet you! I'm Vaishali. I am a Puneri girl, Extrovert and Lover of Road trips and Swiss rolls. Among many passions, "Playing Dhol" is on top of my list. Always love to enjoy my own company.