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Along with fun garba and dandiya rounds, Navratri is also known for its vibrant colours reserved for each of the nine days of the festival. If you’re still without an outfit, and looking for inspiration for your Navratri wardrobe, fret not. We’ve got you covered.
Scroll down to take a look at some of the best designer picks for each day of the vibrant festival.
Day 1: Yellow 
A universally happy colour, yellow symbolises brightness, joy and cheer.
Anita Dongre Raika Saree Set – Yellow Buy Here
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Masaba Gupta Yellow Garden Of Eden Lehenga Set Buy Here
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Varun Bahl Embroidered Kurta Sharara Set Buy Here
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Day 2: Green
A symbol of new beginnings, green refers to the elements of Mother Nature and her nourishing qualities.
Masaba Gupta Lotus In The Pond Kurta Dress Buy Here
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Ritu Kumar Green printed Dress Buy Here
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Ridhi Mehra JAVED Buy Here
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Day 3: Grey
Grey colour worn on the third day refers to the destruction of all evil.
Rahul Mishra Bandhani Yoke Kali Straight Kurta Set Buy Here
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Raw Mango Charcoal Night Sari Buy Here
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Day 4: Orange
After darkness comes the light. And so the colour orange is worn to signify brightness, knowledge and tranquillity.
Anamika Khanna Embroidered Kurta Set Buy Here
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Anita Dongre Zayna Bandhani Saree Buy Here
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Ritu Kumar Rust Embroidered Suit Set Buy Here
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Day 5: White
A symbol of purity and peace, the colour white signifies purity, peace and serenity.
Falguni Shane Peacock Blaire Kurta Set Buy Here
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Rahul Mishra Pichwai Hand Embroidered Gown Buy Here
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Ridhi Mehra KIRA Buy Here
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Day 6: Red
Along with passion and beauty, the colour red also symbolises fearlessness and anger to get rid of evil.
Anita Dongre Dayita Saree Set – Red Buy Here
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Arpita Mehta Red Georgette Ruffle Sari Set Buy Here
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Ritu Kumar Red Floral Print Suit Set Buy Here
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Day 7: Blue
A very exquisite colour, the colour royal blue is significant of divine energy.
Arpita Mehta Classic Blue Embroidered Gharara Set Buy Here
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Falguni Shane Peacock Layla Kurta Set Buy Here
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Sabyasachi Embroidered Kurta Sharara Set Buy Here
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Day 8: Pink
A personification of understanding and purity, pink is symbolic of compassion and virtue.
Anamika Khanna Embroidered Kurta Sharara Set Buy Here
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Masaba Gupta Hot Pink Triangular Flower Saree Buy Here
Photo Courtesy: Masaba Gupta
Tarun Tahiliani Shade Of Aqua Sheer Silk Anarkali Buy Here
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Day 9: Purple
Finally purple is worn on the last day to represent one’s energy towards their ambitions and goals.
Anita Dongre Gungun Bandhani Anarkali Set Buy Here
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Tarun Tahiliani Purple Ombre Draped Concept Saree Buy Here
Photo Courtesy: Tarun Tahilliani
Raw Mango Jaba Buy Here
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