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#Navratri: How to be a head turner in PURPLE on Navami

Last updated on: September 29, 2017 09:51 IST

Celebrate the last day of Navratri with purple, the colour that symbolises luxury and power.

Get inspired by these celebs.

South actor Regina Cassandra

If you are planning on wearing a sari, add a twist to your look with a ruffled, sheer blouse like South actor Regina Cassandra.
Photograph: Courtesy Lakme Fashion Week


Yami Gautam

Don't have a purple outfit? No need to fret. You can always pair a purple skirt/pants with a black top. They make for a winning combination. 
Photograph: Courtesy Yami Gautam/Instagram


Sushmita Sen

Treat the garba floor like a red carpet and add a hint of drama with a purple gown and an attached cape. Take inspiration from Sushmita Sen. 
Photograph: Courtesy Lakme Fashion Week


Daisy Shah

A purple feathered gown is not a bad idea if you planning a fairy tale look like Daisy Shah. 
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/


Dia Mirza

Take a cue from Dia Mirza who wows in a handloom sari by Anavila. She kept the look minimalistic with lovely earrings from Amrapali.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Dia Mirza/Instagram


Shraddha Kapoor

Another option is to wear a multi-colour outfit with some purple on it. Finish your look with a pair of heels and a chic, messy bun. 
Photograph: Courtesy Shraddha Kapoor/Instagram



Get into a princess mode like Amyra Dastur in a floor-length taffeta silk gown with an embellished bodice. 
Photograph: Courtesy Amy Billimoria/Instagram


Vidya Balan

Don't any purple outfit? Then try adding a purple bindi or wearing a pink sari with a purple border like Vidya Balan. 
Photograph: Courtesy Lakme Fashion Week


Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

You can make a bold statement with purple lips too!
Photograph: Ian Gavan / Staff Getty Images



Finally if nothing works for you, then a purple anarkali can always come to the rescue. 
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/

Vidya Balan Lead photograph: A movie still from The Dirty Picture

Rediff Get Ahead Bureau