Two days to go for Friday the 30th! And what makes this Friday 'the Friday'? Because it's the Karva Chauth day for the ladies.
Karva Chauth is a big deal for Indian women. Indians are known for their myriad traditions and customs, and fasting is one of the most vital customs of any Indian tradition. Though many Indian women fast throughout the year, Karva Chauth is something utterly dear to their hearts.
Wife fasting on Karva Chauth signifies the long life of her husband, and it is not fun. You have to get up early, hog on food and then you cannot drink or eat until you see the moon, which takes the longest time to show its face. It's a tough day, but the best thing about this day is, women get to wear vibrant sarees/lehengas, and they look drop-dead gorgeous.
One thing is for sure, there is nothing more beautiful than an Indian woman on Karva Chauth. So to make it easier for the lovely ladies out there who are all pepped up to fast for a day, we have amalgamated the best Indian ensembles for your special day.
On the occasion, designer Ritu Seksaria had some Karva Chauth wardrobe tips to share and let's read it out. According to Ritu, "Some women prefer going super traditional on Karva Chauth, while some prefer a mix of modern and traditional. Red and maroon are the classic colors for this day, with an addition of some gold and bling."
Considering Ritu's inputs and our fashion discretion, we have selected the six best Karva Chauth outfits for six different personalities so that you don't have to waste time on stressing about your Karva Chauth outfit, so here goes...The perfect Karva Chauth outfits for a perfect you:
For The Newly Weds: These are for the newly weds. Brides who are excited to celebrate their first Karva Chauth and cannot wait for the day. Keep it traditional yet girlish with this chic red saree.
For The Vibrant Ones: The ones who like drama in their outfits: the flow and the fall. This ethnic gown is treat to eyes and adds a lively persona.
For Those Who Like To Keep It Simple: The ones who like to keep it simple. Women who are bored of wearing saree every Karva Chauth can embrace this simple yet apt anarkali suit.
For The Unmarried Ones: You are yet to get married so let's not get you all decked-up. Keep it simple with that girly charm and this splendid lehenga.
For The Modern Ones: So are you one of those who is bored of red sarees and traditional Karva Chauth outfits, then why not wear this gorgeous net saree modernized with a belt.
So which Karva Chauth personality are you? Or, which outfit are you going to pick from this magnificent panoply? Comment below and let us know.
Image via Biba, Ritu Seksaria, Pinterest.