Navratri 2018 Dandiya Night Style Game: Get Inspired by These Bollywood Divas to Amp Your Fashion Quotient This Garba Season
Bollywood inspired Navratri outfits. (Photo Credits: YouTube Video Grab)

The auspicious festival of Sharad Navaratri 2018 has begun and devotees across the country are enthralled to join in the celebrations. The nine-day long Hindu festival marks grand celebrations as people come together for garba and dandiya nights, which form an essential element of the event. The famous garba nights during Navratri call for decking up in traditional outfits. Many Bollywood movies have also depicted the grandeur of the festival and popular songs from the films are played during the Navratri nights. Today we bring to you some style inspiration from our Bollywood divas for all the girls out there who are still on a look out for some style tips. Navaratri 2018 Outfits for Garba Nights: From Lehenga Choli to Kediyu Dhoti, Step Out for Dandiya Nights in Your Best Traditional Avatar This Navratri Festival!

Aishwarya Rai’s traditional orange and pink hued outfit in the song ‘Dholi Taro Dhol Baje’ in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam to Deepika Padukone’s red ghagra choli in ‘Nagada Sang’ in Ramleela, you can take style inspiration from these actresses on how to style your look from head to toe this Navratri festival on dandiya and garba nights. From hair to makeup and how to style that dupatta, these traditional outfit looks are evergreen during this festive season. Read on to know more on how you can achieve the look and rock the dandiya nights effortlessly. Navratri 2018 Day 2 Colour, October 11 - Yellow: From Alia Bhatt to Kajol, Take Cue on How to Shine Bright This Navdurga Festival.

4 Actresses Who Show You How to Rock the Traditional Outfit This Navaratri 2018

1. Deepika Padukone in ‘Nagada Sang Dhol’

Deepika Padukone Navratri outfit. (Photo Credits: YouTube Video Grab)

Deepika’s look in the song ‘Nagada Sang Dhol’ can be your go to look this festival. The red and gold colour combination is perfect for all festivals. Opt for an ankle length lehenga or ghagra as you don’t have to worry about tripping while dancing. Safely secure your dupatta around your waist to avoid any hindrances while dancing. Keep your makeup neutral and just add a dash of kohl to intensify your eyes.

2. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in ‘Dholi Taro Dhol’

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Navratri outfit. (Photo Credits: YouTube Video Grab)

Brighten up your dandiya nights, in Aishwarya’s Rai’s orange and pink coloured lehenga in ‘Dholi Taro Dhol’. Style your hair in a sleek bun, to avoid it coming your way while dancing. Accessorise your look with traditional light-weight jewellery and wear matching bangles to finish your look. To add a further traditional touch to your festive look, wear a kamarbandh and payal.

3. Mahira Khan in ‘Udi Udi Jaaye’

Mahira Khan garba inspired outfit. (Photo Credits: YouTube Video Grab)

Mahira’s look in the song, perfectly encapsulates Navratri colours – yellow and pink. The two colours are extremely soothing to the eyes and vibrant at the same time. Wear a mirror work choli with a flowy ghagra with minimal work. Style your hair in a long braid and to up the glam quotient add accessories around the braid while keeping overall jewellery subtle. A waist length choli is perfect and comfortable for those people who are conscious in showing their skin.

4. Warina Hussain in ‘Dolida’

Warina Hussain Dandiya song outfit. (Photo Credits: YouTube Video Grab)

With her debut in Loveyatri, Warina nails her garba look in the song ‘Dolida’. A floral printed lehenga never goes out of style and pair it with a heavy embellished mirror work blouse. If you want to let your hair loose, make sure you style the front section of your hair in braids or twisties, to avoid distraction while dancing the night away.

Bollywood movies and songs beautifully capture the Indian culture and the festivals. Turn up looking no less than a Bollywood diva this Navratri by taking inspiration from our actresses. Add your own twist to the style and wear what is comfortable to you. But keeping it traditional is the way to go for any Indian festival. We at Latestly, wish you a Happy Navratri 2018 and may you have cheerful garba nights.