By now we have celebrated the grand Durga Puja 2021 with 5 different beautiful colors of grey, orange, white, red and blue. Today we are going to commence the 6th day of Dusshera with the brightest color of the spectrum i.e. yellow. We have gathered latest collections of anarkali in yellow to grace the Navratri occasion.
Today is the 6th day of Navratri. Goddess Katyayani, who is the sixth manifestation of Durga is grandly worshiped on Sashti. The color of the 6th day is yellow.
Do you remember the song – “We all live in a yellow submarine, yellow submarine, yellow submarine…” sang by The Beatles in late 70′s? If history, art and culture are related, so is music and fashion. The history of yellow has always been controversial. Most of the times, being hated, mistreated and also loved and adored. But this particular color, because of its luminosity, is easily recognizable.
[Also Read: Navratri Day 5 – Blue]
Personally, I never liked this color. But then designers are savvy at making any color work. The designs they conceive or the embroidery they create on this color, enable any yellow outfit to become high on fashion.
Whether yellow is your favorite color or not, we offer you some of our mind-boggling items in yellow, which will surely turn you head over heels. Yellow is going to find a place in your favorites soon. Keep scrolling!
This yellow party wear anarkali is one of our best picks. The combination of green-yellow along with a velvet border, rich zari, stone and thread embroidery will make you quickly stand out in the crowd. This anarkali is decorated with golden lace borders on the chest and embroidery patchwork on the border area.
This is another beautiful yellow floor-length anarkali for you. This yellow suit is accentuated with a sheer layering flanked by a designer neck embroidery and broad borders towards the bottom of the dress. The neck design is the major highlight of this dress. The pink patch on the V-neck steals the show which is adorned with embroidery on either side. A touch of simplicity with a dash of regal is what this is about.
A straight cut suit in pretty yellow with aari work runs all over the dress, and paired with vine pants that are pita detailed. The top also have some zardozi work which makes it suitable to wear during the festive period of Diwali 2021 too.
A pure georgette salwar suit like this one cannot be missed by any eye. This fabulous dress will have your eyes glued to it, and everyone else craving to get one for themselves too.
This beautiful dress has the latest zari border designs with other work such as floral embroidery on the bottom panel of the dress. The top part of the dress gives a structure to the chest area thereby giving you a perfect fit and accentuating all your curves. Wear this dress this Dusshera for to look outstanding at the celebration party.
The dress that is seen here is a Bollywood replica dress worn by Zarine Khan. It is a bright yellow dress with colourful embroidery work done on the neckline and border. The contrasting blue dupatta also has a delicate border to the corners. This Bollywood style dress can be worn to weddings, parties and festival get togethers. It is within budget too!
This easy to drape saree will make you look tall and sleek. Wear this embroidered saree with elan to a day or night party. Wear Kundan jewellery to team with the outfit.
This pretty net saree has an embroidered lace border in pink with gold zari work running all over the edge of the saree. The contrasting blouse is the highlight of the saree. Wear heavy festival jewellery with this saree to make the overall ensemble look grand and stunning.
We offer you a gorgeous lehenga saree in yellow, blue and a small tinge of red. The net lehenga has a brocade lining under it which has tiny pink floral butti’s scattered all over it. Make Dusshara 2021 a memorable one.
Here are some more Bollywood inspirations for your Durga Puja fashion.
I just instantly fell in love with this fabulous Anarkali the moment I saw it and have already placed my order. Unlike regular salwar kameez, anarkalis are the most figure-flattering ethnic apparels. Now be under the spotlight with this designer wear modeled by Sushmita Sen.
This yellow floor-length Anarkali comes with a jacket design and heavily embroidered sleeves. The back of the jacket is adorned with beads and stonework along with a huge motif at the centre. The sleeves and the yoke are adorned with colourful gota work encrusted with crystals that give an edge to the dress. I especially loved the neck design that shows a decent amount of skin.
Here is another winning number to grace the auspicious Navratri Sashti. This yellow and pink Anarkali comes with a full flare in floor-length, thereby giving it an impression of a ghagra choli instead. The embellished yoke and sleeve design are further enhanced with a heavy embroidered border in pink. The pink dupatta makes a great pair to this yellow ethnic apparel.
Hope you enjoyed this special edition on celebrating Navratri colour – Yellow! Stay tuned for more colours and for Navratri Day 7 colour.
Images Source: pinterest