Holi Festival: TOP 8 Costumes and Accessories to Wear
|Costumes and Accessories to wear on Holi festival. Photo: Pinterest|
Holi is a colourful, messy and chaotic party that celebrates the arrival of Spring in the Hindu calendar. For many it has become less synonymous with religion and more of one giant paint ball fight as chalky bright powder is thrown over everyone, and everything, in celebration. Holi is celebrated on the day after the full moon in the month of March as per the Hindu calendar.
Known as the festival of colours, Holi is a much bigger deal in the north of India than it is in the south. But no matter which part of India you are in, the main aspect of celebrating Holi remains the same, getting yourself and others totally covered in colours. No matter where you choose to celebrate here are my tips on making the most of this carnival of colour, Classicsafaricompany advised.
1. Spring Look For Holi Festival
If you are planning on dancing the day away this Holi, here is an outfit idea that will not only help you stay in style but will also keep you feeling comfortable. Another traditional Indian attire for this season is the Ghagra Choli, typically resembling a skirt and blouse. This floral print outfit in the cotton fabric is light yet a great option to wear to a daytime gathering. The funky tassels are adding some gorgeous and colourful detailing to the skirt, giving us some Spring vibes. Wear some Kohlapuris or Punjabi Juttis with it to ace your traditional South Asian look. If you do not have time to scan the crowded markets for the right kind of outfit and are looking for a Holi Dress Online, here is how you can steal this look. You can shop for this casual floral print outfit at Gulaal Creations, Outfittrends noted.
2. White Kurta Shalwar
Self-printed and embroidered Kurtas in the same colour as the base fabric look super trendy and unique. This sleeveless ethnic shirt has been paired with a shalwar giving it a beautiful flare. The bicoloured dupatta in blue and purple with pompom detailing looks refreshing and will surely make you look stand out this Holi. This outfit has also been paired with the traditional Kohlapuris for a casual and comfortable appearance.
3. Western Outfit for The Festival of Colours
If you are in the West and want to have your own color moment, just chill as we have something for you as well. The West seems to love Holi just as much as the East does and they have been holding their own class of it. The color festival is famous in Brazil and some major USA states. If you are planning on going to one, here is what you can try. Put on a white set dress or just a basic t-shirt and jeans. Throw in a light orange jacket for a cool style and get ready to be soaked in some vibrant colors. This casual style will help you stay comfy with nought worries about how to rid your clothes of the color.
4. Off-White Saree to Wear on Holi
No matter the age, the best-loved Indian attire to wear to a traditional festival is the Saree. It can be worn by women of all ages. This one in an off-white shade provides you all the reasons to be worn on the day of Holi. You can match it with a beautiful off-white blouse. This is just what is needed for this Spring festival. You can sport this traditional attire with a sleek hair bun embellishing it with some fresh flowers. Since most people choose for the pure white shade, this off-white saree can be a revitalizing change, Sourus cited.
5. Celebrity Holi Style
Like most of us, Deepika Padukone seems like a great fan of the Indian festival. She has been seen celebrating the occasion in two of her movies – Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani and Ram Leela. In both of her films, she was spotted in two very different attires. A western look for the former and a traditional Gujarati Ghagra Choli in her latter venture. Here is the beautiful actress getting smeared wearing a traditional Chikankari shirt. This Celebrity inspired look can surely help you dress light and casual for this fun occasion.
|Notes for Holi festival accessories and outfits |
- Choosing the most stunning outfits
- Get comfortable in Patiala suit
- Accessories: Cap, Bandanas, Goggles, Sunglasses
- Do hair care before the Holi
So this Holi, don’t shy away, go out and get all drenched and colorful, because you have the perfect outfit to wear at Holi 2021.
6. Funky Outfit
Get Maytime ready with this super classic look. For men, to keep it casual and comfy while out with buddies, you can go for a Casual Jaipuri Printed Shirt and pant, and for women, a white and black set dress is perfect. It looks like it was made particularly for this occasion. The casual flats and the cross-body sling bag are making so much difference here.
7. Printed Tunic with Silver Accessories
Shift your white outfit with a spring-suitable outfit. These outfits in muted tones seem like the best pick for a daylight look. To style up for the occasion, you can throw in some bulky jewels. The Indian Culture is popular on Silver accessories and they sure look lovely with this tunic. Also, try these white color heart-shaped earrings.
8. Rango magar pyaar se t-shirt for men
Still, thinking about what to wear on holi ? “Rango Magar Pyaar Se” t-shirt, the perfect Holi Dress” It comprises the famous Bollywood quote with the twist, you didn’t see that coming, right? This slogan design in vibrant colors in a white T-shirt will make you look very happening with the solemn feel of greatness and comfort, Indiatoday listed.
|In 2020, don't shy away from sporting something you're not used to sporting during Holi. Acing for the festival is a difficult task, and once you're done, you can unlock your heart, let the colors brighten your soul and get drenched in the peace of vibrant colors. Happy Holi!|
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