Durga Puja Lookbook

Get in the spirit for the season’s festive grandiose because Durgostsav has arrived. As we anticipate all the fun, frolicking and delight, prep ahead to turn around in the most attention-stealing looks of the fiesta. From Durga Puja pandal-hopping to festive visits, set your closet adjusted with the parties of the 5-day party. Since sarees are a generally ideal outline to wear on the event, mess with stylish covetable styles this season. Take your motivation and shop from these heavenly five looks curated to feature your desi senses.

Sasthi Look – The Simple and Elegant you

Sasthi also referred to as Chhath is the sixth day or tithi of a Paksha or fourteen-day phase of the moon.

Since childhood we have been taught to wear new cloths and visit puja mandap on this day and still now we are following that ritual. Bengalis basically considers sasthi to be the start of Durga puja.  It’s recommendable to maintain a simple and elegant look for this day. Get yourself dressed in a classic cotton silk or Lenin saree with a minimal jewelry. Here’s a combo offered by ShopBollyWear.

Saree - Brown Shade Cotton Silk Silver Banarasi Handwoven Saree
ewelry - AD Necklace Set with Matching Earrings

Saptami Look – Colors of Glory

Maha Saptami is the 7th day of the waxing phase of the moon (Shukla Paksha) in Aswhina month during Durga Puja. Maha’ means `Great’ and (Saptami’ means the ‘Seventh Day’, thus the name Maha Saptami.

This is the day where you should enhance your glow with colors. Nothing like the melange of bright hues to set the mood for merriments. Also, vivid prints make case for noteworthy appearances. This ShopBollyWear georgette saree is the perfect bid to go effortlessly stylish. Keep the look rooted with a Stone and Beads Work Jewelry Set.

Ashtami Look – Divaesque Elan

Durga Ashtami or Maha Ashtami is one of the most auspicious days of the five days long Durga Puja Festival.

This is the day where rich look is highly recommendable. Serving ethnicity with a dash of modern elan is the perfect way to cut the monotony. Ethereally a little retro but a lot right now, the vibe of this black blend georgette saree from ShopbollyWear is instantly spotlight-stealing. Make the look more double-tap worthy with this recommended jewels set.

Saree - Black Blended Georgette Saree With Golden Printed Stripes
ewelry - Designer Gold Plated Jewelry Set with Matching Earrings and Mang Tika

Navami Look – Desi Meets Sassy

Maha Navami or Navami is one such important festival that marks the end of the nine days of fasting in Navratri. Maha Navami (Mahanavami) or Durga Navami is celebrated as the victory of good over evil.

Rethink festive elegance with a fusion flair this season. Place your bids on bright colors fused with artsy drapes to take it up a notch. Raise the bar in this saree, wear it in dhoti style. Statement tribal-inspired necklaces and danglers go effortlessly to punctuate the look.

Saree - Black Mul Cotton Saree
Jewelry - Silver, Green and Blue Premium Quality Designer Necklace Set with Matching Earrings

Dashami Look – Close to Culture

Vijayadashami also known as Dussehra, Dasara or Dashain is a major Hindu festival celebrated at the end of Navaratri every year. On Dashami traditionally the idols of Durga and other gods and goddesses are immersed in the river or any other water body. Ladies smear vermillion or sindoor on the idols and on one another. This custom connotes wishing a happy conjugal life. Individuals additionally play out a customary move called "Dhunuchi naach" which includes performing with an incense burner.

Quintessential Bengali sarees for Durga Puja is a divine match. ShopBollyWear, with her new festive line, made the style covetable than ever with traditional red sarees featuring a designer motifs on its drape. All you’ll need are some heirloom-worthy jewellery pieces to accentuate the glow.

Saree - Bengali Pure Handloom Red and White Cotton Saree
ewelry - Premium Quality Designer Necklace Set with Matching Earrings

Happy Shopping

Happy Durga Puja to you all
From ShopBollyWear Team

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