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#Celebspired: How to WEAR nine colours of Navratri

Last updated on: September 29, 2016 09:50 IST

Take notes from celebs on how to style the nine colours of Navratri this year.

The dhols won't stop beating and the music's going to be crazy.

It's that time of the year when you shall dance till you drop.

Thinking what to wear for Navratri?

Relax. We help you dress up like a doll.

Check out these celebrity styles that are sure to leave your friends green with envy.

Day One: Grey

Sayani Gupta

IMAGE: Turn heads on Day One in a gorgeous grey handloom sari from Anavila over a short-sleeve silk blouse and complement your look with a crystal neckpiece and a red bindi, just like Sayani Gupta.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Anavila/Instagram

Day Two: Orange

Sophie Choudry

IMAGE: Brighten up Day Two in striking orange.
Pick a SVA Couture embroidered crop top over a high-waist patterned pleated skirt and team it up with kundan earrings, like this one donned by VJ-turned-actor Sophie Choudry.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sophie Choudry/Instagram

Day Three: White

Shilpa Shetty

IMAGE: Look divine in white on Day Three.
See how Preeti Desai goes for a glitzy Anita Dongre traditional lehenga choli with heavy-duty jewellery to amp up the glam quotient, left, while Shilpa Shetty works her styling magic in a Gaurav Gupta draped silhouette with a silver waist band around, lanky earrings and high heels.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Preeti Desai, left, Shilpa Shetty/Instagram

Day Four: Red

Karisma Kapoor

IMAGE: Radiate in red on Day Four.
Trust nothing but a low-neck gold embroidered floor-length anarkali, as worn by Karisma Kapoor, from designer Architha Narayana's latest collection.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Lakme Fashion Week/Instagram

Day Five: Blue

Esha Gupta, Soha Ali Khan

IMAGE: Pick royal blue on Day Five
Choose between Esha Gupta's beautiful brocade salwar suit by Anita Dongre with pretty jhumkas and mojris, left, or Soha Ali Khan's trendy off-shoulder top with golden borders over a pair of dhoti pants with floral prints from SVA Couture.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Esha Gupta, left, Neha Bijlaney/Instagram

Day Six: Yellow

Madhurima Tuli

IMAGE: Celebrate Day Six in yellow.
Get inspired from Baby actor Madhurima Tuli who shines in a Divya Reddy sheer off-shoulder choli and lehenga in yellow with a dash of green. Like it?

Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/

Day Seven: Green

Nita Ambani

IMAGE: Glow in green on Day Seven.
Nita Ambani shows us how to look ravishing in a dark green velvet gown with an embroidered lace cape. She completes her desi avatar with a pair of diamond ear tops and a sequin clutch.

Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/

Day Eight: Peacock Green

Shriya Saran, Mini Mathur

IMAGE: Get fashion on point with peacock green on Day Eight.
Ace the Indo-Western look like Shriya Saran in a Monisha Jaising sari gown, left, or Mini Mathur in a Tisha Saksena dhoti-style ensemble with modern cuts.
Don't forget to tell us which one appeals to you the most.

Photograph: Rediff Archives, left, Pradeep Bandekar

Day Nine: Purple

Amyra Dastur

IMAGE: A splash of purple... and you are all set for Day Nine.
Amyra Dastur gets into princess mode in an Amy Billimoria floor-length taffeta silk gown with an embellished bodice. Don't miss the soft curls that finishes off her regal look.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Amy Billimoria/Instagram

So, dear readers, think you have an impressive taste for fashion?

Share your stylish Navratri pics to (subject: Navratri Fashion) along with your NAME, AGE and the place where you LIVE.

Do include a little information about where you clicked the photograph and what makes it special. We are looking for original photographs that have been clicked by you.

*Lead image used for representational purposes only. Photograph: A still from movie Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela.

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Tista Sengupta Mumbai