9 Colours of Navratri 2021
Nine Colours of Navratri 2021
5th October 2021 | Posted By PAIO
Navratri is a major festival held in honor of the divine feminine. It occurs over 9 days during the month of Ashvin (usually September – October) and it ends with Dusshera on the 10th day. In some parts of India, Dussehra is considered a focal point of the festival, making it effectively span 10 days instead of 9. Navratri is celebrated differently in India’s various regions. For many people it is a time of religious reflection and fasting; for others, it is a time for dancing and feasting. Among fasting, customs are observing a strict vegetarian diet and abstaining from alcohol and certain spices. Dances performed include Garba, especially in Gujarat. Typically the festival’s nine nights are dedicated to different aspects of the divine feminine principle or shakti. While the pattern varies somewhat by region, generally the first third of the festival focuses on aspects of the goddess Durga, the second third on the goddess Lakshmi and the final third on the goddess Saraswati. Offerings are often made to the goddesses and their various aspects, and rituals are performed in their honor. Each of these days has a dedicated color and each color has a different significance. Wearing the colors according to the days has been said to bring peace, harmony, and a feeling of calmness. We have curated a list of festive shoes that would match the 9 colors of Navratri 2021 perfectly
Navratri Day 1 (7th October 2021): Yellow
Yellow is the glorious color of celebration and joy and it represents happiness and brings optimism and confidence in life. These ethnic juttis are the perfect festive footwear to kickstart Navratri 2021. The balanced shade of yellow along with embroidered details is the best festive shoes to complete your Indo western Navratri outfits and the double padding ensures comfort when you’re dancing all night.
Navratri Day 2 (8th October 2021): Green
Green is the color of prosperity, unconditional love and richness, new beginnings, health, tranquillity, and fertility in the context of Navratri. The Green Calista Juttis are the perfect shade of green to match your outfit whether it’s a monochrome green salwar suit or a green kurta with white pants. This ethnic footwear has specks of red and sequence embroidery around which makes them so stylish!
Navratri Day 3 (9th October 2021): Grey
Grey is the color of purification and a color signifying the end of suffering and mental peace. The Victoria Mules are the epitome of style and comfort. Detailed with intricate embroidery and padded with a double cushion, they are the perfect color to match the day 3 Navratri color. Pair these with your lehenga or a saree or even something indo-western to complete your Navratri look.
Navratri Day 4 (10th October 2021): Orange
Orange is the color of fame, name, and money. The Candice Orange Flats are the perfect footwear to accompany you with style and comfort this Navratri. The patent leather finish, strappy slip-on details, and double cushion sole make them so comfortable to spend your whole night in! Give your outfit the pop that it needs!
Navratri Day 5 (11th October 2021): White
White is the symbol of peace, prayer, faith, and stability. These Zinnia Mules with pops of yellow are the perfect ethnic sandals for Day 5 of Navratri. The floral detail makes it so timeless and the cream and yellow add the perfect balance. They would look great under a salwar suit, a kurta, or a ghagra. They’re effortless and comfortable to wear. Hands down one of the best pairs of embroidered footwear to get your hands on!
Navratri Day 6 (12th October 2021): Red
The red color is the symbol of power, passion, and fervor. This unique embroidered footwear is definitely a statement piece to have. The ballet flats come in the most unique and understated shade of red and they’re intricately embroidered with silver and black details which makes them versatile. Pair them with your Navratri special look and you’ll stand out for sure!
Navratri Day 7 (13th October 2021): Royal Blue
The Royal blue color represents strong energy and tranquillity. Dance through the night like there is no tomorrow with these Royal blue T-strap ethnic sandals. The embroidered details make it so easy to style and having a unique backstrap makes it even more comfortable to dance it. Pair them with your ghagra or even a kurta and jeans to complete your Navratri look.
Navratri Day 8 (14th October 2021): Pink
Pink is the color of love and immense warmth and affection. These Nina Pink Heels are the missing puzzle piece to your indo-western Navratri outfits. These Pink heels can be paired with Indian festive outfits from Sarees to Churidars. Likewise, this design can be styled with chic white maxi dresses or formal trousers for an out-of-office look making them the most versatile piece to have. The canvas upper is lined with vegan leather and the double padded soles make them comfortable in spite of the heel.
Navratri Day 9 (15th October 2021): Purple
Purple is the color of spirituality, ambition, luxury, cheerfulness and nobility, and desires and in this context, it is the color of the fulfillment of all desires. The perfect comfortable flats with purple and shades of pink and white. Pair them with your lehengas, salwar, or your Indo western Navratri outfits and they’ll blend in perfectly. The canvas straps and the double padded soles make them stylish and comfortable. Dance away the last night of Navratri 2021 with these comfortable pairs.
We at PAIO hope you are ready to rock Navratri 2021 with your outfits in the special colors with our ethnic footwear and we hope you have a wonderful and safe Navratri 2021.