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Rediscover your fashions this Holi

With “rang barse”, “balam pichkari” and “aj na chorenge” played in loop and Gulaal, gujiyas, coloured water balloons, pichkaris and bhang, everyone of all age group is charged with enthusiasm for our favourite festival of colours, Holi.

Amidst all the splash of colours which looks stunningly gorgeous in white, it would be an injustice not to wear the colour. Let’s bend the rules somewhat for all the divas who like to set fashion trends of their own to create a suggestible look that compliments the spirit of this lively celebration. Here we go with 5 unusual looks which will help you to distinguish yourself from all-white crowd:

White tops:


White tank tops, shirts or T-shirt with skirts of different shades and prints and other bottoms like jeans, Capri, etc. give a good contrasting feel of attires in Holi. You can complement this attire with big earrings and stone necklace of bright colours.

 Sensuous saree:


A white saree in Holi is ever sensuous for this festival.  Saree gives you the feel of Indian tradition on the day of the festival. It looks awesome when a plain white saree get drenched in coloured water. You can also opt for white sari with coloured prints or with thin contrast border. Accessorize with lots of coloured bangles.

 Ethnic white kurtis:


Simple white kurtis with coloured or printed leggings or jeans always go better during Holi. Try out this combo with simple make-up and simple accessories.

White shorts:


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Do you remember the white short and the red plain top Deepika Padukone wore in the “balam pichkari” of YJHD? This is trendy combo catching lots of eyes is a comfortable wear for the hot sun rays of March, when normally the festival kick-starts.

 Adorable anarkali, patiyala, churidar or salwar kameez:


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Remember Rekha in “rang barse” or Aishwarya Rai in “chhan ke mohalla”? Rekha was wearing complete white churidar kameez and Aishwarya wearing white kurti with lime green Patiala and rosy pink dupatta. Getting into this sort of look will give a filmy feel.


To wrap up, some super vital Holi must-have are:

Sunglasses – This is a necessity, to avoid any type of irritation or allergic reaction in your eyes.

Protection for your phones: Get some waterproof protection to keep your phone out of reach of water. You can use ZipLock as well.

Have a Holi in abundance of splash of colours but safely and stay fashionable!!!!!

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