Navratri is around the corner and we couldn't get any happier. You may ask why. Festival wardrobe, duh! So many things to update you guys on and so many ultra-hot additions to this year's Navratri fashion. We are starting our first Navratri fashion article with the fashionista herself, Sonam Kapoor.
Sonam Kapoor who was seen sporting a range of traditional Gujarati ensembles. We have hand-picked a total of 10 outfits from Sonam Kapoor's Gujarati outfit collection for you guys. Scroll down and steal styling tips from the style diva. And don't forget to flaunt that too. So here goes...
1. The Printed Wrap Up Dress: You can start the Navratri maintaining a low profile. Take inspiration from Sonam's printed brick red dress. The traditional Gujarati prints lend a festive vibe to this look. To pep up this look, the actress wore her dress with chunky necklace and juttis.
2. The Embroidered Suit: You can even go absolutely gaudy if that's what you dig. Here Sonam has added an extra element (dupatta) to her heavily embroidered green suit. So if you have a heavily embroidered suit and a dupatta, you know what to do...
3. The Chic Gujarati Suit: You can go for a boho, go for a Gujarati print suit. Here, Sonam is sporting a boho styled suit in Gujarati print.
4. The Heavy Dupatta Effect: You can go for a solid colour suit and a flashy printed dupatta. Wrap it around like Sonam and amp up the look of your ensemble.
5. The Printed Lehenga: If you're not sure about the plain suit look, then go for a printed lehenga. A flashy and vibrant printed lehenga is just what you need to kick start your Navratri.
6. The Plain Jane Suit: For those who live it up in simplicity, Sonam has something for you too. Try a traditional wrap-up Gujarati kurta and pair it with a bandhej dupatta.
7. Add Colours: Or, add vibrant colours to your ensemble with colourful suit like this one...
8. The Cotton Saree: Give your Navratri a style reformation, add an Anavila styled saree with a glossy blouse. Wear it in a traditional Gujarati way. Don't forget to add a heavy necklace to the look.
9. The Layered Lehenga: Go for a layered lehenga like this one. Since it's not a wedding, you don't have to pick a flashy print. Select a subtle shade and a bright shade dupatta to it.
10. The Bollywood Touch: Go full filmy with the traditional Gujarati lehenga style... the front pally, mirrored blouse, matha patti, and a lot of bling.