List of Navratri Colours 2018: Take Fashion Inspirations From Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra and Alia Bhatt to Wear Nine Different Colours on Each Day of Navaratri
Bollywood and TV divas show you how to slay in different colours of Navratri 2018 (File Image)

Navratri - the festival of dance and joy - is here and it's time for you to have a quick look at your wardrobe. It's that time of the year when you pick nine different colours for each day to grace the occasion and worship Goddess Durga. Each colour holds deep significance and denotes qualities of Goddess Durga. We bring to you some style inspiration from our ace Bollywood divas like Deepika Padukone, Kareena Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, who have donned the colours of Navaratri and rocked them. Navratri Colours 2018 for Nine Days: List of 9 Colours for Each Date to Wear During Sharad Navaratri Festival.

The nine colours to be worn during Navaratri festival this year are Royal Blue, Yellow, Green, Red, Pink, White, Grey, Sky Blue and Orange. Following this so-called colour code is not just restricted to women alone. Even men are willing to participate in this ritual that only gets colourful with each passing day. So how do you style yourself in these nine colours throughout the festival? Let our A-list actresses show you how you can amp your traditional avatar in the hues of Navratri colours. From their outfits, styling tips to hairstyle ideas and the right makeup to go with the outfit, we have curated some of the traditional looks that you can don this Navdurga festival. Navaratri 2018 Dates & Tithi Calendar: Shubh Muhurat & Time for Puja and Aarti During Nine-Day Sharad Navratri Festival.

Royal Blue: Clad in a traditional anarkali, Deepika looks regal just like the colour Royal Blue. You can opt for a simple dress and style it with a heavy dupatta just how Deepika has styled it. Keep your makeup simple and classy this festive season.

Deepika Padukone teaches you how to slay in Royal Blue (Pic Credit: Instagram)

Yellow:  Lehenga cholis form an important element during dandiya and garba nights. Mouni Roy's lemon yellow lehenga is ideal for this festive season. Style  your hair with hair accessories or other jewellery to get the festive vibes going on.

Mouni Roy teaches you how to slay in Yellow (Pic Credit: Instagram)

Green: Kareena Kapoor Khan's look is a perfect blend of modern meets traditional. The printed brocade long green kurta paired with purple lehenga is ringing in the festivities. Chic and elegant is the way to go for Kareena.

Kareena Kapoor Khan teaches you how to slay in Green (Pic Credit: Instagram)

Grey: Alia Bhatt dressed in a silver grey lehenga with matching silver jewellery is giving us some major fashion goals for the festival. Muted makeup, hair tied in a sleek low bun will help your outfit stand out.

Alia Bhatt teaches you how to slay in Grey (Pic Credit: Instagram)

Orange: Saree is such a versatile outfit that can be worn in many styles for Indian festivals. Sonam Kapoor's orange Kanjeevaram saree exudes the energy of the colour which matches Sonam's vivacious personality.

Sonam Kapoor teaches you how to slay in Orange (Pic Credit: Instagram)

White: As classy as the colour white, Priyanka Chopra wears the saree with equal panache and carries it gracefully. White resonates with peace and this garba night you can pair your white outfit with a colourful element.

Priyanka Chopra teaches you how to slay in White (Pic Credit: Instagram)

Red: From princess ball gowns on red carpet events to donning an Indian attire, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is epitome of Indian beauty. When it comes to wearing a red outfit, less is more. Let the vibrant colour do the talking.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan teaches you how to slay in Red (Pic Credit: Instagram)

Sky blue: Warina Hussain's outfit from head to toe can be worn during the festival. If you do not wish to go full traditional, pair your lehenga with a short or long open jacket. In this sky blue outfit, Warina looks as cool as the colour blue.

Warina Hussain teaches you how to slay in Sky Blue (Pic Credit: Instagram)

Pink: One of the Indian TV actress who carries Indian attire with flamboyance is none other than the favourite bahu Divyanka Tripathi. The colour and the outfit is both pleasing to the eyes. Keep your jewellery to minimal as you will be dancing the night away.

Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya teaches you how to slay in Pink (Pic Credit: Instagram)

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How stunning do these actresses look in the vibrant colours of Navratri? We are sure you must be inspired by these looks for your next outing during the festival. And just in case you need some more tips on how to style yourself, we'll keep you updated in the coming days. Happy Navratri 2018!