Buckle up, ladies! It's time to break a sweat. Dance to Falguni Pathak songs. Do the Garba or Dandiya and flaunt your age-old dancing moves. But we request you to do all this in style. While you may know how to do the garba but you may not know how to dress up for it.
This is where we come to help you to complete the job. It's important to make an impression while you enter the venue where millions are flaunting their flattering ensembles. How do you do that? Simple. Scroll down and check out our top 10 trending Garba/Dandiya dresses. Take the style tips here and flaunt it at the venue...
1. The Printed Gujarati Wrap-Up Dress: Give it a shot. Yes. A Gujarati print wrap-up dress will be comfy and at the same time will add festival vibe to your look. Accessorise it to your standards. Like a braided bun or an oxidised silver necklace. Show those garba moves in style.
2. The Pleated Gujarati Skirt: Add a bit of pink and gotta to one of your garba or dandiya looks. Many covet a good old flared skirt. Try this out for the day when your energy levels are too high. A printed Guajarati skirt with accentuated flare will bring out your dandiya moves with grace.
3. The Separates: If you're one of those who would rather watch the garba then play, go for a simple separate. Many attend dandiya nights just to witness the crazy dandiya costumes and energetic dance moves. While you do that, prefer being stylish over boring. Add simple yet edgy separates for this occasion.
4. The Dandiya Dress: It's the newest and trendiest clothing item added to the dandiya/garba looks. If you want to add varities to your garba wardrobe, add one of these gorgeous dresses. It's a combination of a top and a lehenga skirt in colourful Gujarati print.
5. Mirrorwork Lehenga: Get flirty with a sweeping length mirrorwork lehenga choli. Your fleeting silhouette will catch the fancy of many potential prospects.
6. The Dhoti Suit: Add variety to your garba lookbooks. Try a simple suit but wear it with a matching dhoti.
7. The Cotton Separates: Add a cotton dhoti with a structured kurta and wear it with a heavy chunky necklace.
8. Printed Silk Skirt: This is only when you run out of costume ideas. Keep a maxi silk skirt handy. Wear it with a white crop top or a blouse. Amp it up with accessories.
9. The Kurta-Skirt Combo: You can even give a try to a kurta and skirt combination. Normally, there are reserved for weddings but if you wear it in cotton and Gujarati prints, they can easily pass for garba/dandiya night looks.
10. The Gypsy Dandiya Look: This is for passionate dancers who bleed garba/dandiya. Put on a simple solid colour lehenga, preferably black, and add heavy silver oxidised jewellery. Turn heads with every move.