No Indian festivities are considered complete without buying stunning ethnic outfits, jewellery or footwear. If not everything, people do buy an element or two. While searching for the trendiest ensemble or accessories may stress you out, a few handy tips from the style icons can help you stand out. The internet is definitely flooded with several options. Not everything can suit your sartorial choices. But if you know how to pick the best, there is no way you will be looking anything less than a celebrity. Take the tips from famous TV stars on what and what not wear in the festive season.  


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Not a huge fan of lehenga choli? Try some embroidered options in floor-length anarkalis and trendy kurtis over sharara pants. Play with more of pastel shades such as powder blue, pink and white. Ditch those set patterns to break the monotony this season. For women who can’t go without the lehenga choli, have enough of cues to steal from celebrities. Brighter colours such as green, magenta and gold always appear good in chaniya cholis. Be little more experimental in terms of blouse designs, opting for cold-shoulder, halter-neck, tube and Chinese collar is not a bad deal at all.

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Jhumka earrings are the safest bet you can play when in a jiffy. There is a variety to choose from, be it copper, silver or gold; one can never have enough of this crafty piece. Want to create a style statement? Go for Drop earrings, chandelier earrings, hoop earrings, cluster earrings, ear jackets, ear climbers and cuff earrings. These are a few extended versions to keep in mind during Navratri festivities. TV actors Mouni Roy and Tina Dutta, have some drool-worthy option to rock like a diva.


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Planning to ditch those earrings? You deck up Navratri outfits with amazing neckpieces. While chokers are still grabbing much attention amongst women, thread necklace, opera necklace, bib necklace, collar necklace, matinee necklace and plastron necklace can do wonders if rightly paired with Navratri outfits. Onscreen television bahus such as Hina Khan, Divyanka Tripathi and Shweta Tiwari are your one-stop destination for neckpiece designs.

Where to shop? Act as per your need, time and budget. For women who happen to be in the capital, many popular markets such as Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar and Chandni Chowk can solve the purpose. These markets are loaded with anarkalis, lehenga cholis and sarees, suiting your desirable attire. If you want to have a real-time experience of hitting out a crowded place, go for it. Plus you need to brush up those bargaining skills to get the best deal. Too lazy to shop? Here’s your cue. Various shopping sites such as Amazon, Myntra, Craftsvilla, Peachmode and Voonik are just a click away. Who knows you might get lucky with the ongoing festive sale. This Navratri season you can score full points by following these trendy cues.

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