Girls in ethnic wear

Navratri Shopping Guide for Munchkin’s

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Navratri, specially called as Pooja holidays by the kids are around the corner. It’s time to gear up the excitement for the festival as it incorporates yummy sweets, cousins get together, and most importantly beautiful outfits. Dressing in a traditional way has always more won hearts when compared to the modern ways. So, why not try the same for your munchkins as well? Below blog enlists some of the styles that you can try for the little goddess.

1. Anarkali

pink anarkali suit for kids

Anarkali, one of the most celebrated traditional wear of today’s time is also available for kids. They are available in different designs and colors to suit every single angel on this earth. Have a look at the cute little rabbit down in the picture. She is wearing a Pink Anarkali Fashion Suit that has been matched with cute accessories as well.

2. Ghagra /choli

Ghagra /choli

I remember donning a Rajasthani ghagra/choli set for the song ”Aayo re maaro dholna” during the school cultural’s. The song has tremendous beats that would make even the laziest person dance. Additionally, the ghargra would add some charm to the choreography. The style is back with a bang for our kids which is available in a variety of colors, designs and cuts. Dress up your kid in a colorful one that can add some charm to their innocence.

3. Kurti/dhoti set

Kurti/dhoti set

Kurti/dhoti has been popular even since Kangana Ranaut wore the outfit in Tanu weds Manu. In some parts of the movie, she was dressed in elegant kurti’s paired with dhoti’s that looked lovely on her. The style became a huge hit after that. You can even try a similar style on your cutie-pie as well.

4. Churidar/Salwar-kameez

Churidar/Salwar-kameez

The suits like churidar or salwar kameez have lost its charm soon after an ample number of modern styles were introduced in the fashion industry. However, the elegance of the attire remains unmatched by the modern ones. Have a look at the kid

5. Lehenga

lehenga

Ghagra choli and lehenga are more or less the same things but with a little difference. Generally, Ghagra has a longer blouse which covers most of the midriff while the lehenga is modernized with cuts and designs. The attire is available in an ample number of styles especially for kids that can make them look simply superb.

Above are some of the stunning kid’s ethnic wear that you could try on your angel. If you feel that some of the styles have been missed then, please leave your comments on the section below.

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