Holi is one of the most important Hindu festivals. It is celebrated in the month of Phalguna (February/March) in India. Known as the ‘’festival of colours’’, it is celebrated with great pomp and show in all parts of the country. Yellow is one of the most important colours which is used during the celebration of Holi. Here are some ways in which Holi can be celebrated in the yellow colour: –
The Beauty of Yellow Colour
As a colour, yellow stands for happiness and optimism, creativity and enlightenment as well as sunshine and spring in many parts of the world. Within the natural world, the yellow colour is used to signify daffodils, sunflowers, lemons, canaries and bees. It is also one of the shades of the fall.
Yellow Ethnic Attires for This Holi
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The Yellow Jacquard Readymade Kameez & Churidar is a suitable option for women who want to flaunt an ethnic look during Holi. This yellow coloured kurtis stands out because of its moulded buttons. It comes with a cotton blended white hued churidar. Women who prefer a lighter shade of yellow can opt for the Light Yellow Pure Linen Readymade Salwar Kameez. Created from pure linen, this light yellow Kameez’s strong point is its design with thread work. The salwar is available with white art dupion silk churidar. Women who would love to flaunt a more attractive look should opt for Light Yellow Cotton Blend Readymade Kameez with Churidar. The strong point of this ethnic apparel is it’s Resham work. It will form a perfect foil with the off white cotton blend churidar.
Graceful Feminine Look for Women This Holi
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Women can also look radiant in yellow during Holi with the Yellow Dupion and Net Brasso Readymade Blouse. This empire line blouse has been designed with dangles. It looks best on the wearer when worn with a sari of the matching colour. The sari comes with a cotton lining of the blouse. Women who prefer sleeveless blouses can opt for the Yellow Cotton Chanderi Blouse. It has been designed with dangles and can make ladies the centre of attention when worn with a sari of the matching colour. Cotton fabric has been used as the blouse’s lining. Women who have a liking for the brocade fabric can opt for the Yellow Brocade Blouse. It is unstitched and padded and looks best when worn with a sari of matching colour. The sari comes with a cotton lining.
Fashion Perspective for Spending Ecofriendly Holi
Keeping in touch with growing environmental concerns, fashion designers are coming up with handwoven clothes to help people celebrate Holi in an eco-friendly way. A number of fabric manufacturers in India are using pre and post-consumer waste materials to produce high-quality fabrics. Ever since the launch of the detox campaign by Greenpeace in 2011, a growing number of fashion designers have started to follow the detox protocol as a part of their creation process. This has also helped in boosting the use of handlooms which has traditionally played a significant role in the textile industry in India.