6 Looks You Can Rock This Durga Puja

Well, well, it's Durga Puja time again. Besides witnessing pandals being decorated and standing in queues to seek Ma's blessings, there are other things we would like to do. One, of course is, preparing our favorite payesh and narikel laddus while sipping some gorom-cha. The other thing, perhaps, is to up our fashion game. After all, looking our best is no small business.

As women, we cannot help but think of what we're going to wear during the festival, and unabashedly so. Remember, one has to wait one whole year for the next Puja season.

Not sure what you can wear this time around? Allow us give you a few ideas:

Anarkali Suit
Believe it or not, the anarkali has become the go-to outfit for almost every occasion. Irrespective of its length, this is exactly what you need to begin this festive season, too.

If you're going pandal-hopping in the morning, go for colors like red or pink.
Anarkali - BookMyShow

If you decide to go out in the evening, you could choose from colors like black, gold, maroon or a bottle green, even.
Anarkali 1 - BookMyShow

Ethnic Skirt Paired With Top
If you're not the anarkali type, an ethnic skirt paired with a gold top is ideal. To enhance your look further, try wearing a pair of danglers.Skirt - BookMyShow

We know that you've been waiting all year for this occasion, just so you could dress up to your heart's content. Here is your chance to put on that beautifully embroidered lehenga. Get ready to bring out the goddess in you!Lehenga - BookMyShow

Assamese Mekhla Chador
If you're looking out for something that is unique, try the Assamese mekhla chador. Not only is it extremely beautiful, but also easy to wear when compared to a saree. *A sigh of relief from those who struggle to wear a saree*Mekhla - BookMyShow

Lal Par Saree
What is pujo without a traditional lal par saree and a big red bindi? When draped correctly, this in fact is the most beautiful piece of clothing on planet Earth. Not exaggerating. Really!Lal Par - BookMyShow

Ethnic Gown
For those of us that like that princess-y feeling, this choice is ideal.

You can wear a gown and still keep it traditional at the same time. It really cannot get cooler than this!Ethnic Skirt - BookMyShow

Get ready to celebrate Durga Puja in style!

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