Day 4 - The Opulent Orange

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Day 4 of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Khushmanda, referred to as the "smiling goddess". Believed to create the world with her beaming & divine smile, she is associated with cheerfulness, representing this day's colour - orange. 

Orange is believed to represent brightness, happiness and positivity.

An uber-chic festive look in Orange? Yes, please!

Orange Embroidered Dress

This colour instantly adds freshness and luxury to any outfit. And that's why we've picked two of the peppiest look recommendations of the lot for this day.

Look number 1 is a nifty, long kurta with a round neck and dainty embroidery. Perfect for those puja days, this kurta can be styled with flared palazzos or a straight pair of ankle-length trousers. A juicy neutral-brown makeup, a messy ponytail, and statement stud earrings to go with it? A 100% yes! A pair of juttis are an excellent investment to translate from a puja function to a dance night.

Orange Embroidered Kurta

We're obsessed with Look number 2 for the day! A twirl-worthy V-neck dress with waist tie-up and subtle ruffles is a must-have this season. The embroidery on the décolletage is adding to the oomph, and how! 

Our recommendation to complete this look is to style the piece with stacked bracelets, a pair of nude or gold heels, and light beachy waves for the tresses. Don't forget to add drama to your eyes to make it festive.

Shop The Looks - Day 4 - The Opulent Orange 🔥💥🧡

 

By Shikha Assudani