Here’s the guide to make a perfect style statement on Teej!

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Teej festival is one of the much-anticipated monsoon festival. This festival is an important festival for married women. Women celebrate the holy union of Mother Parvati and Lord Shiva on Teej festival. It is believed that married women celebrate this festival with a passion for marital bliss and long age of their husbands. Apart from this women put their best foot forward in getting ready to impress their loved one. If you also want to make the perfect impression on your partner read the article!



Outfit:

1.)Designer saree

Getting yourself a designer saree for this special day could be one of the best things you could do. A saree is the most appropriate, special and elegant clothing item you could get for this occasion. Make sure it’s one of your best and prettiest blue. The best colors can be red, yellow, green and orange.



2.)Lehenga Choli

Lehengas are the best option when it comes to celebrating Indian festivals. Wear the lehenga of your marriage or any special occasion and pair it with temple jewelry or your marriage jewelry and you’ll definitely stand out in the crowd!



3.)Anarkali Suits:

Anarkali are mostly meant for formal affairs but can be worn semi-formally as well. Be sure to get a nice one made of a beautiful fabric and detailed prints that really make it unique for Teej. And trust us, Anarkalis look good on every lady!


Jewelery:

After selecting your outfit go on for selecting the jewelry. Married women should go for heavy jewelry. Long neck pieces are very much in trend, also the chokers can give you an elegant queen type look. Pair the look with beautiful bangles. There is endless variety of colorful and beautiful bangles in the market. Also, wear anklets and a mang tikka to complete your entire look.


Mehendi:

Teej Shringar is incomplete without mehendi. Young girls and women fondly apply mehendi a day before on Sinjara and get their husband's name written on their hands. In villages, women apply alta or red paint to their feet and hands.