The festival of colors is round the corner, bringing with it new hues of joy and happiness in our lives. It’s that special time of the year to cherish with your loved ones while splashing Gulal and dancing to the tunes of “Balam Pichkari” and “Rang Barse”. And, how can we forget the mouthwatering delicacies like Gujiya, Malpua and Bhang!

But, apart from the above the most important aspect of Holi for all the lovely lasses out there is the decision on what to wear!

So, if you are confused about what to wear for Holi, then, here’s how you could put your look together in Indian ethnic wear to stand out in the all-white crowd. Read on!

1.   White Kurti.

 Wearing white for the Holi bash has always been a ritual. So, why not add a dash of style to it. Clearly, a plain white Kurti with white leggings is a befitting option. Try subtle floral prints. Another simple idea is to color block white Kurtis with leggings in shades of red, green, blue, pink and purple to look attractive.


2.  Contemporary Saree

 Get dolled up in a ravishing Saree. To strike a balance between contemporary and traditional looks try light shades of pink or blue. Drape them in different ways to keep it funky. Style your tresses with a chic braided bun.


3. Go-Green Churidars

 Churidars with Chikankari embroidery in shades of green are exceedingly beautiful. This look is classic and works for all. Add a bright note with colorful Bandanas.


4. Comfortable Palazzo’s

 Team your Palazzo pants with Tank Tops or Kurtis, complement them with statement Jewelry and you’re bound to look stylish.


5. Chaniya choli

Don a multicolored Chaniya Choli with bold prints that signify the exuberance of this festival. Complete this look with colorful Bangles and Jhumkas.


Last but not the least always choose the right fabrics and put on comfortable clothes. Celebrate this Holi with full energy and enthusiasm.

And, for the Holi after party find equally colorful and gorgeous Lehengas, Designer Sarees and Anarkalis online at our Indian ethnic wear store!

Happy Holi!