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Navratri Style: How to rock the dandiya party effortlessly in RED

Last updated on: September 25, 2017 15:22 IST

Day 6 is all about painting the town red. Get inspired by these celebs.

Vaani Kapoor

Want to steal the thunder on Day 6. Take a cue from Vaani Kapoor!
Photograph: 
Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com 

 

Shilpa Shetty

Have an old Benarasi saris that is lying unused in your wardrobe? Turn it into something spectacular like Shilpa Shetty.  
Photograph: Kind courtesy FDCI

 

Aditi Rao Hydari

A red sari is the safest bet this Navratri. But don't forget to throw in a twist like Aditi Rao Hydari.
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com 

 

Parineeti Chopra

Pair a red top with matching dhotis and sweep people off their feet. 
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sanjana Batra/Instagram

 

Karisma Kapoor

A red outfit like this one worn by Karisma Kapoor will work beautifully for a traditional function.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016

 

Urvashi Rautela

Opt for a beautiful red lehenga with embellishments and completed the look with flowers on your head like Urvashi Rautela.
Photograph: Kind Courtesy Urvashi Rautela/Instagram

 

Alia Bhatt

You can't go wrong with a dress and a sideswept pony like Alia Bhatt. 
Photograph: Kind courtesy Style By Ami/Instagram

 

Ileana D'cruz

Want something elegant? You can always make heads turn in this red tube neck gown like Ileana D'Cruz which she paired with statement jewellery. 
Photograph: Kind Courtesy Zeno Group

 

Dia Mirza

Have some fun with your traditional look by pairing your sari with a contrasting blouse.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Dia Mirza/Instagram

 

Neha Dhupia

Paint the town red with a cape and matching lehenga like Neha Dhupia :)
Photograph: Kind courtesy Neha Dhupia/Instagram