From making modak, ladoo, and rangoli to deciding how we should decorate the temple area for Ganpati are the small things we do to celebrate Ganpati Arrival. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated mostly in western parts of India with full-on tam jhaam. Just like any other festival girls, the biggest question for The Day is “Kya pahenu?”, as being a girl we require a brand new outfit for every occasion. So to make this occasion a lot more special we brought some outfit ideas for Ganpati Arrival.
1. Anarkali Suit
This full-length cotton Anarkali suit will give you a different look from others. With this, you can try jhumki style earrings to add a traditional touch.
2. Crop Top And Skirt
If you want you can try something like the Indo-Western look. For that, you have the option of wearing a crop top with a long skirt and as an add-on, you can wear a long jacket or shrug. With this outfit, you can either wear a bracelet or plan silver bangles in one hand with a watch in one.
3. Patiala Salwar Suit
Patiala salwar never goes out of style. It does not only look good but also very comfortable. With Patiala, you have two options either wear a plain cotton Patiala suit with a phulkari dupatta or net dupatta with some work on the shirt (as in the picture). Jooti in your feet will go with both outfits.
4. Long Kurti With Palazzo
For a long time, Long Kurtis with Palazzo is trending in fashion. So for this occasion, you can opt for this look. To match you can either go with jhumki style earrings or big bali one.
5. Cotton Saree
Cotton sarees neither goes out of fashion nor makes you look overly dressed. Wear a cotton saree with oxidized jewelry and get your sophisticated look.
6. Lehenga Choli
Plain lehenga choli will also work for the occasion. Not to look overdressed just wear small earrings instead of hanging ones.
7. Long Kurti
Long Kurti looks similar to Anarkali suits. you can either go for Anarkali style with the slit or the straight one. this outfit makes you look a little slim and a lot stylish. If you want you can wear dupatta also.