This Navrati go red hot with your style statement.
While day three of the festive season was all about the colour white, day four is about painting the town red.
So take a look at our very own B-town beauties in red and learn to up your glam quotient!
Want to look like a superstar? Well, opt for a red chiffon gown with cape and you will instantly feel like one.
That's Sonam Kapoor looking drop-dead-gorgeous in a Naeem Khan creation.
If you have a fabulous body, wear a lehenga-choli that shows off your mid-riff and toned abs.
Here's Shilpa Shetty walking the ramp in a red zardosi lehenga by Anushree Reddy.
Try a different shade of red and go chic with your style this Navratri, like Kangana Ranaut.
She is wearing a collared shirt with a scalloped cropped blazer and matching shorts, all from Red Valentino.
The red and gold combination can never go wrong especially if it's a sari. Add a twist to your desi avatar by going fusion the Shriya Saran way.
The southern hottie is wearing an Anand Kabra sari.
This one-shoulder floor-length gown can make anyone look like a million bucks. It's simple yet elegant and when you twirl, everyone will be looking only at you!
Priyanka Chopra would agree.
Dress unique like Aditi Rao Hydari, in this trendy red jumpsuit.
It's super comfortable and you don't have to worry about tripping!
A plain red chiffon sari works wonders as well.
Take a cue from Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is looking radiant in a Manish Malhotra creation.
Another safe option is to go for a short skater red dress. It's girly, flirty and funky -- all at once.
That's Sonakshi Sinha sporting a Sakshi Mehra outfit.
If you want to go the high fashion way, wear an off-shoulder choli and lehenga with heavy work. It's not typical Navratri attire but hey, that's the point!
Wearing a Manish Malhotra creating, Deepika Padukone walks the ramp looking stunning.
If you don't want to go completely red, wear ankle-length red palazzo pants with a white crop top.
You'll certainly shine like Radhika Apte.