‘Borrow it Bindaas’ looks for the Festive Season
The nine nights that are celebrated for the nine forms of ‘Devi’ are the beginning of festivities in India. Prayers followed by ‘Garba’ & Dandiya Raas’. Make your Navratri a colourful one with these looks from ‘Borrow it Bindaas’
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Dussehra literally means ‘removal of bad fate’ in Sanskrit. On this very day Lord Rama vanquished Ravana to get Sita. The tale of ‘good wins over evil’ are narrated on this day. Yellow & orange marigold along with mango leaves is hung outside in form of toran. ‘BIB’ gets few looks for Dussehra for you.
- Overjoyed in Red Kurti
Karva-Chauth is special ritual observed by married women in North India where they observe fast for the longevity of their husband’s life. Getting dressed in bridal colors and applying henna on their palms is a way to celebrate this festivity.
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Sanjushree Stitch Green and Red Anarkali
Cinnamon and cloves two in one anarkali
Dhanteras is the first part of Diwali celebration where Goddess Laxmi is worshipped and valuable metal is purchased. Earthen Lamps are lit outside the residence entrance to keep darkness & evil away. So ladies get ready to go jewelry shopping with looks from ‘BIB’ and celebrate in style.
- Multicolor Maya Saree & Sand Shade Kurta Pajama
Polka dot dream sage saree
The ‘festival of lights’ as Indian festival is described spreads a lot of joy around. The mornings are filled with meeting relatives & friends, the afternoons are for enjoying good food, evening for Laxmi Pooja while the night is spent lighting lamps and bursting fire crackers. ‘Borrow it Bindaas’ keeps in mind the beautiful festivals and brings to you these looks which you can wear for your Diwali celebration.
Helina Davda-Temptation in Red
Passionate Strawberry Red Saree & Azul de Mar Kurta Pajama
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