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Navratri 2017: 3 ways to wear blue on Saptami (Day 7)

Here's some fashion inspiration from Bollywood celebrities like Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Aditi Rao Hydari and Taapsee Pannu on how to wear blue the right way on Saptami. Check them out.

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Shilpa Shetty Kundra and Taapsee Panu can be your Saptami fashion inspirations. (Source: Instagram)

Saptami, the seventh day of the Navratri season is dedicated to Maa Kalaratri and people observe it by dressing up in blue for the occasion. Now we understand that mulling over what to wear, especially in the rush of festivities can be really daunting, so we are here to help you out.

Here’s some Bollywood fashion inspiration to help you take your fashion game up a notch:

1) Simplicity can be the key to looking gorgeous. If you don’t want to go with loud outfits this Saptami, then a simple printed and embroidered kurta paired with a skirt is your best bet. This Anita Dongre number worn by Shilpa Shetty Kundra can be the perfect outfit for you. Make sure to cinch a belt at your waist to add the festive oomph to your look.

2) Vivid colours add to the glow of your skin and are a must when it comes to ethnic fashion. You can go with a tribal midi dress paired with mustard pants like Taapsee Pannu’s. Don’t forget to wear a vivid blue shrug or jacket just like her to brighten your look. Statement jewellery like neckpieces, ear rings and rings will add grace to your outfit.

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3) Another ethnic inspiration for the festivities can be a cut-out dress interwoven with rose patterns, just like Aditi Rao Hydari. Cut-out dresses look super classy and graceful. They are chic and hassle free without you having to deal with a separate dupatta or choli. You can wear danglers and ethnic jutis to complement your attire.