Festival of colours brings about a wave of joy and happiness amongst the people in India. There’s a rush of adrenaline that runs through the veins of everyone when the festival of Holi is around. Sumptuous gujiyas, delicious sweets and mathris, beautiful colours spread out everywhere, and women and men clad in whites and off-whites commemorates this festival. Everyone wants to look as amazing as possible for their Holi party. And we at Shree are here to help you out with this.
Let your inner child come alive this Holi season as you play Holi with your friends and relatives. And for a bombastic Holi celebration, it’s a mandate that you should get ready nicely. Get for yourself white or off-white traditional outfits and be ready to look gorgeous this Holi season. Wondering which types of outfits to buy for Holi? Well, go on and explore more below. Get some inspiration about dressing up well for the Holi season.
We’ve curated some of our best styles for you to try on for your Holi celebrations. Take a look.
A Peach Round Neck Tunic Defining Simplicity
When you are planning to get drenched into water and a bucket full of colours, it’s vital that you wear outfits that are rather simple and come in light colours. After all, you have to flaunt your Holi vibes on Instagram right? Colours thrown on a colorful garment doesn’t give one that much joy. So, wear this peach colored round neck tunic to define your simplicity at this festival.
Looking for styling tips for this tunic?
Well, go for oxidized jhumkas, wear a bindi, and keep your hair open. Wear flats for footwear, for heels won’t be comfortable when you play Holi wearing this outfit. You can wear this tunic with a pair of jeans of tight-fitted leggings/ jeggings whichever is comfortable.
Off-White Floral Printed Dress for your Gorgeous Self
It’s Holi time; everyone is happy and chirpy. People are preparing their water guns and colors for the festival; and there’s going to be no excuses for anyone here. Same goes for how you dress up for this festival. Stop making excuses and get clad in an off-white floral printed dress from Shree to look gracious on this festival.
Off-white color makes your beauty come alive, and is also an appropriate colour for this festival. This particular off-white dress is ankle-length and has a blue embroidery upon the hemline as well as the borders of the sleeves. The dress comes with a matching dupatta that adds grace to your outfit.
If you’ve bought this outfit and are looking for some styling tips for the same, then here you go.
To style up this dress, wear your dupatta on one of your shoulders. Keep it pin-tucked well. Then, go for wedges for footwear to make a style statement. Don’t overdo your makeup or hairdo. It’s Holi; it’s going to get messed up. Keep it simple and classy.
A Grey Floral Printed Kurta Set for Best Holi Vibes
You start getting those Holi vibes the moment March comes forward in the calendar. There’s a surge in the purchase of Holi colours, sweets, water guns, and more. But what excites some of the women the most is their chance to dress up in whites, off-whites, greys and more. Wear a colour that lets you enhance your Holi vibes.
One such colour is grey, and this grey kurta set is the ideal outfit for you. It’s a grey colored complete ethnic set with a kurta, straight pants, and an off-white dupatta. Pair and match your accessories with this ethnic set, and slay the day while turning heads wherever you go. You can wear this ethnic set for a Holi party or for a casual get-together at your home with the relatives on this festival.
Want to style up this ethnic set nicely?
Well, with a trouser that is straight fit, you can easily go for statement heels or wedges for footwear. For accessories, you can wear silver jhumkis and a choker in silver. Keep your hair tied up in a bun if you plan to play Holi in this outfit. Enjoy wearing this outfit and style up nicely!
Combination of White and Blue for Holi
One of the most soothing combinations to wear in the summer season is white and blue. It’s a charming combo that allows you to look gorgeous while displaying your sublime style. You can totally pick up such a combination for your Holi outfit.
It’s a white colored ornamental printed kurta with an extensive pattern in blue imprinted upon it. The kurta is a regular straight fit garment with ¾ length sleeves and a round neckline with v-cut. You can wear this kurta with a pair of straight fit pants or leggings or even a palazzo. Choose bottoms that fit you well, and keep you feeling comfortable for this festival.
Style up well with this white and blue printed kurta by following these tips:
If you wear this kurta with straight fit trousers or pants, then you can wear heels or wedges for footwear. If you are wearing a palazzo, you can go for flats or juttis too. Wear a statement watch if you don’t intend to play Holi with water guns or water. For accessories, wear white pearl earrings and off you go, slaying the day.
A Cream Geometric Patterned Kurta Pant and Dupatta Set for Today’s Lady
Cream or off-white colours bring about a special kind of beauty in you. It enhances your traditional style and makes you look gracious, especially when you wear such garments at festivals or for events at home. This particular kurta set with dupatta is also dipped in cream color and is set to become your favourite outfit for Holi.
This kurta set comes with a straight fit kurta with a round neckline with pearl buttons down the midriff and ¾ sleeves. It comes with a pair of straight fit pants in solid matched to the flowy dupatta with geometric print. Wear it for Holi and enjoy looking gorgeous even after you’re drenched in water and colored all over!
Styling up this kind of cream kurta set is quite easy. Here are some tips for you.
Wear beige or brown colored flats or small-inched heels with this kurta set. Go for light accessories to keep the focus upon you, with this ethnic set. Allow yourself to look gracious on this Holi festival by keeping your hair open with this cream cotton kurta set. Don’t forget to oil them first though!
Prep up for Holi!
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