Day 6 - The Revolutionary Red

Day 6 - The Revolutionary Red

Navratri Edit Blog - Day 6 - The Revolutionary Red

Day 6 of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani, also hailed as the warrior-goddess or Bhadrakali. She is believed to be the most potent form of Goddess Durga. Being one of the fiercest goddesses, she is represented by the colour red. Red is representative of the Goddess's rage and fearlessness.

We're here to serve you some of the most powerful festive looks in ravishing reds, so read on!


Our look 1 for today is the perfect definition of Sam's style. Feminine, edgy, most fashionable, and contemporary at its best! This beautiful rustic maroon kurta with woven zari checks, stylised puff sleeves and gold trim details is your one-and-done outfit for celebrations at work to dinner with the family. Style it with ankle-length straight pants or flared palazzos, a pair of Kolhapuris, rustic gold accessories, festive curls and dramatic eyeliner to complete the look.

Look 2 is your best bet for those long Dandiya nights! Our maroon gold foil printed top is the epitome of contemporary festive fashion. With an overlapping front, yoke detail and stylised flare, this top is all-things eclectic. Pair it with semi-ethnic trousers and accessorise it with chunky earrings, a festive watch, a statement bag, and heels to complete the look.


Our look 3 for the day is a soft and subtle maroon co-ord set. It comes in a sleeveless overlap kurta with a waist belt extension and elasticated straight-leg pants.ย 


The gorgeous v-neck and subtle floral detail on the neckline make it an ever-so-delicate ensemble. Make it festive by throwing on some bling to the look with sparkly accessories, gilded footwear, and bold glittery make-up.

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