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Colour of the day: How to wear yellow this Navratri

Last updated on: September 20, 2017 15:25 IST

Still wondering what you should be wearing on the first day of Navratri?

Take a cue from these celebs. 


You can never go wrong with a sari like the one Taapsee Pannu is wearing. Complete the look with a matching blouse and don't forget the bindi.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Taapsee Pannu/Instagram


Sayani Ghosh

Keep your look traditional yet chic with gorgeous yellow separates like Sayani Gupta. You can add some bling to your look with golden boots. 
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sayani Gupta/Instagram



Mira Rajput's traditional Anita Dongre lehenga infused with summer hues is perfect for the festive season. You can finish off the look with a gold necklace, earrings and a maang-tikka. 
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sanam Ratansi/Instagram


Raveena Tandon

Raveena Tandon's yellow and pink combination is quite a refreshing change and will make a fun outfit too. 
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/


Alia Bhatt

How about playing with colours like Alia Bhatt? Her Raw Mango separates look festive and bright. She finished off the look with metallic earrings and matching sandals. 
Photograph: Kind courtesy Alia Bhatt/Instagram



Not a huge fan of loud colours? Then try some subtle shades like Kiara Advani.
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/


Malaika Arora Khan

Add some oomph to your Navratri look by pairing a red choli with a yellow lehenga.
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/


Navratri fashion

Go the traditional route like Surveen Chawla with a short yellow kurti paired with a sharara.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sanam Ratansi/Instagram


Huma Qureshi 

Don't want to go traditional? Then try Huma Qureshi's dress. It will ensure that you are the cynosure of all eyes at every Navratri party.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sanjana Batra/Instagram

Taapsee Pannu Lead photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/

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