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9 Designer Outfits Available On Rent To Look Stunning (Without Breaking The Bank) During #NineDaysOfNavrati

1. Orange Anarkali

Only a few other cuts can match up to the graceful and royal silhouette of the anarkali. A favourite among Indian royals, this cut is universally flattering for all body shapes. The fiery orange of this anarkali is perfectly accentuated with the rich blue shade of the dupatta. The broad gold zari work along the yolk, sleeves, and waist embellishes the traditional wear to make it festive-ready.

2. White Lehenga

White is always such an elegant and ethereal choice for festive occasions. The intricately crafted stone embroidery on the netted full sleeves is clearly one of the highlights of this outfit. The netted lining with a deep side slit around the waist is no less than a sensation, enabling you to explore the feminine energy in you that the festival celebrates with great aplomb.

3. Green Lehenga

The multi-layered lehenga is a sight to behold. A silver chequered layer of net for the skirt is enveloped by a beautiful layer of sheer with ruffles playing along the hem. The overlapped choli in bottle green extends way below the knees and flaunts a deep slit starting from the waistline. The gota work along the sleeves, the yolk, and the hemline further enhance the lure of this lehenga.

4. Red Lehenga

The blend of rich red and orange in an ombre finish makes this kalidaar lehenga a trendy option for the festive season. The thick sequin embroidery on the choli and the broad border along the hemline of the skirt is of unmatched beauty. The border of the net dupatta boasts of a sequin embroidery too but of a distinctly different design.

5. Peacock Green Lehenga

A splash of colours on this lehenga embraces you with all its warmth, making you glow with joy and mirth which are the hallmarks of the festivities. The bottle green loses itself in the royal purple, bright yellow, precious gold, eye-catching fuchsia, and lively orange on the dupatta. The monochrome bottle green choli is embroidered with gold zari on the sleeves.

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