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5 Traditional Looks You Can Try This Karvachauth

Every year you think about what look should you go for on Karvachauth. Every time you end up creating a similar kinda of look. But not this time, because you have this Karvachauth look guide. These looks describe all the things that you need from top to bottom. Along with the inspirations and list of items that make these karva chauth looks alive, I prepared some tips which will help you achieve them effortlessly. Here are five traditional looks you can try for Karva Chauth:

Regal Look for Karvachauth

Red is a popular colour for Karva Chauth, symbolizing love and marital bliss. Choose a red silk saree with gold embroidery or zari work. Accessorize with gold jewellery, mangalsutra, bangles, and Jhumka earrings. A bindi and traditional red lipstick will complete the look. You can tie your hair into a bun and adorn it with a jasmine gajara. (flower garland)Regal Look for Karvachauth

Indo-Mughal Look

Anarkali suits are a timeless choice for Karva Chauth. Opt for a flowy Anarkali suit in a deep colour like maroon, navy, or dark green. Look for suits with intricate embroidery or mirror work. Pair it with statement earrings and a matching clutch. Keep your hair open or create a sleek bun.Indo-Mughal Look

Gujarati Look

A lehenga choli is another popular choice for this occasion. You can go for a traditional heavy embellished lehenga with a contrasting choli. Make sure to choose a colour that complements your skin tone. Complete the look with a maang tikka, choker necklace, bangles and matching heels.Gujarati Look

Bengali Bou

If you want to try something different, consider wearing a Bengali-style saree. These sarees are known for their vibrant colours and intricate designs. A red and white combination is classic for Karva Chauth. Don’t forget to drape the saree in the typical Bengali style and adorn your hair with flowers. Pair it up with traditional gold jewellery and don’t forget to create a smoky eye look with bold red lipstick. Bengali Bou

Punjabi Nooh

A punjabi nuh look has garnered love across the country. So give this look a try, I am sure you will love it. The best part about this look is you will be more comfortable than in a saree or lehenga. A Patiala suit is a comfortable and elegant option. Go for a Patiala salwar paired with a long kurta. Choose bright and cheerful colours, and complete the look with traditional juttis (Punjabi shoes), bangles, and a matching dupatta. Tie you hair in a long braid and accossorise it with paranda. Punjabi Nooh

Tips to Get Ready on Karvachauth

Karwachauth, a highly revered festival for married women in India, demands thorough preparations that start well in advance. If you are observing this festival for the first time, consider following these five essential tips:

  1. Select the appropriate Karwachauth outfit that complements your body type. Pay attention to the choice of fabric and dress material that aligns with the occasion.
  2. When it comes to jewelry, opt for pieces that are visually pleasing without being too overpowering. Match your jewelry with your outfit; if your Karwa Chauth dress is lightweight, go for more elaborate jewelry, and vice versa.
  3. Skin preparation is crucial. Consider scheduling a simple cleanup or pampering your skin in the lead-up to the big day. You can either book a salon appointment or do it yourself.
  4. Keep your makeup light, in line with current trends. You can either hire a makeup artist or apply makeup yourself, focusing on a minimal base and avoiding vibrant colors.

These steps will help you prepare for Karwachauth with elegance and grace.


Remember to apply mehndi (henna) on your hands, as it’s an integral part of Karva Chauth preparations. Additionally, your makeup should be well-coordinated with your outfit, and don’t forget to style your hair to match your chosen look. These traditional outfits will make you look stunning and help you celebrate Karva Chauth in style.


Aparna Pal

Aparna Pal

A curious girl filled with emotions & passion, Aparna holds a master’s degree in computer application, but words & stories fascinate her more than codes. She is a keen learner & a great admirer of art & culture. Sketching is her get away from daily hustle & bustle.

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