The vibrant festival of colours is just around the corner and it brings about joy and immense zeal with special feasts. Amidst the current scenario, as we stand slightly restricted with virtual and intimate celebrations, let’s look at amping up the spirit by seizing the occasion. Taking cue from iconic filmy songs, you can dress yourself in classic whites or bold prints while opting for casual, ethnic or Indo-western styles. There are a multitude of ways in which you can experiment! Derive some inspiration and take a look at celebs and their stylish outfits to set the bar high for the occasion.
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Printed White Salwar Suits: Nothing says Holi more than a classic white outfit. An all-white salwar suit is the ideal canvas for all the shades of Holi colours. You can accessorize it with silver or oxidized jewellery, and you will be good to go.
Silver Bangles: Thin silver bangles in a bunch as a style statement is still in vogue. You can style these silver bangle sets along with any traditional or fusion attire.
Matte Lipsticks: A good transfer-proof matte lipstick is the perfect make-up product to add some glam to the entire outfit as it stays all day long. You can opt for bright shades like red, pink, or purple.
All-white Kurta and Pajamas: A loosely fitted all-white kurta-pajama is the go-to outfit for Holi celebrations. To complete this look, carry a Bandhani or solid colour dupatta.
Kolhapuri Chappals: These chappals are known for their exquisite designs and ruggedness. They go well with any traditional or indo-western attire.
Body Moisturizers: Invest in good moisturizers to protect your skin from aftermaths of Holi colours. You can lather your skin with a generous amount of moisturizer before you step out for the party.
Look 2: Casually Chic
Solid shirts: Pick a solid-coloured shirt to rock with your favourite denim shorts. You can tie a knot to the shirt to give it a filmy touch to your outfit.
Denim shorts: If you don’t want to go the traditional way this Holi, opt for denim shorts and a solid coloured top or a t-shirt. Complete this look by wearing a bandana and flip flops.
Floral Printed Flipflops: A casually chic look is incomplete without flipflops! They are comfortable to walk in and can be paired with any outfit you wear, western or ethnic.
Hair Masks: Your hair needs extra attention during Holi as the colours tend to disrupt the texture of your hair. Invest in a good hair mask infused with essential oil to cure the damage.
Checkered shirts: Pull off the modern yet casual look by donning a checkered shirt with denims. To complete the look, accessorize it with aviators and you are ready for the party.
Printed Bandanas: Add a little hep to your ensemble with a bandana. Wearing this accessory will make you stand out and protect your hair from harmful colours.
Tinted Aviators: A right pair of sunglasses will surely add that extra glamour to your attire. Go for the classic aviators with tinted lenses and protect your eyes while looking stylish.
Musk Deodorants: A musky fragrance will add a great sense of depth and warmth with natural elements coming to life through the senses. Remember to choose one that smells mellow.
Look 3: Traditional Style
Multi-coloured Lehenga Choli: Style up effortlessly for Holi parties with multi-coloured lehenga choli. Pair it with some chunky oxidized jewellery to complete the look.
Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner: Waterproof eye make-up is a must-have in your beauty box. Opt for funky colours like, black, green, and blue to suit with the occasion.
Chunky Oxidized Jewellery: Chunky oxidized jewellery can amp up any simple outfit in no time. You can make a statement by styling these jewellery on not only Indian but semi ethnic outfits as well.
Nehru Jacket: This is the most versatile piece of clothing a man can own. The jacket can be paired with kurta-pyjama, Jodhpuri pants, chinos, jeans or can even be worn plain as it is for a great stylish look.
Solid Coloured Dhoti Pants: Dhoti pants are super comfortable and versatile. Pair them with a pathani or asymmetric kurta for a perfect ethnic look for your Holi party.
Mattifying Sunscreen: Apply sunscreen 20 minutes before stepping out of the house to avoid unwanted skin problems due to the harshness of the colours and UV rays. For better results, use a sunscreen that contains SPF higher than 20.