I am a complete social and festive girl. social functions and festivals are my favourite as it gives me chance to meet people and dress up. This Navratri let me share with you certain outfits that I wore.

You may also like to read My Pregnancy outfits.

I prefer indo-western outfits over traditional chaniya cholis. To add some details, I add good accessories. Let me show you some without wasting much time

1. This is a kurta with a freel at the waist. This dress is designed by my cousin for me.

2. one more designed by my cousin majorly and little changes done by me, so we made this floor length on one side and short on the other side.

3. The blue floor length gown/kurti is designed by me. I took some ideas from Pinterest, mixed, matched the laces and hangings and tadaa we had a Navratri outfit ready.

4. Loved this white Indo – western Kurti. Let me tell you, I had turning heads with this one. self – designed by me.

Some more outfits to be shared in the next post.

All the above outfits are simple but elegant, thats my personal style of dressing. You can wear all these even on normal days for some small functions.


Garba is the time when all silver, oxidised jewellery comes out of the closet.

So I style my outfits with silver accessories.

 Big silver Jhumkas

 Please ignore our faces, see the jhumkas with pompoms

 silver kadas or bangles are a must

 A traditional look is incomplete without a bindi.

Make up:

I don’t put much of makeup.

Ponds BB cream as the base.

Lakme eye-conic kajal both as kajal and liner.

Lipstick is by colorbar.

I would like to add one baby garba outfit here worn by my son #MRK bought from a local store in Mumbai.

Have a rocking Navratri.

You may also like to read my friend Soumita’s blog on Dusshera outfit here.