With one of the most prominent festivals in India round the corner, you can’t help but wait and want to play. Holi doesn’t just bring colours with it, it calls for style and grace. We’ve curated some combinations that’ll work for your Holi party.
White kurta with multicolour bottoms
Solid white kurtas can be combined with multiple colour palazzos, leggings, pants, skirts or jeans depending on whatever comforts you. Top the look off with your favourite kohlapuri chappals or sneakers and a pair of heavy jhumkas and you’re good to go.
White over white
The Indian staple especially during Holi, white over white is the best way to dress up for a party. White kurtas and bottoms or white co-ord sets make for the coolest and chicest party choices considering how they’re a classic outfit for this festival.
One of the easiest ways to amp up your traditional Holi look would be to pick printed or vibrant hued dupattas that stand out. The best thing about white is anything will pair well with it. Bandhani, Chiffon or multi colour kalamkari and ikkat dupattas could be great add ons.
This embroidered fabric works wonders during a festival like Holi if you want to look regal and sophisticated. From kurtas to maxis and heavy work chikkankari lehengas in the purity of white, you can consider your colour woes banished. Add a georgette dupatta and you’re ready to rock
A simple denim jeans paired white kurti tops or graphic t-shirts or shirts would be ideal if you’re trying to nail the ‘I’m aloof and am only trying to have fun look’. Keep it low-key with minimal jewellery, your hair up in a high knot and easy going flats.
Another easy-going style is casual white dresses with denim jackets, bagru printed long jackets or casual day jackets in stripes. Pair this style with your favourite straw bag and block heels or shoes and you’re ready to party.