Holi Special : What to Wear on Holi, To Shop or Not to Shop!

The answer is always yes! We need to shop! It’s the first big festival which the entire country celebrates together! It’s Holi! With the heat already killing us, I am sure that you can’t wait to splash around in colored water, the entire day! I guess that is why Holi is a summer festival! Bring on bhaang, bring on the colors and do me favor! Let’s play holi!

Dressing up is always super fun. And festivals bring out the ethnic best in you! The day always starts with wearing the old white clothes and applying the oil shield. It’s the evenings when you think of dressing up and looking all glam! We have put together a collection of beautiful ethnic clothes, just for you.

Quick tip : Please stick to herbal colors this time to avoid the post-play skin rashes.

Pastel Fever : Summer is the time to wear the basic pastels. They have a cooling effect on you as well as people who look at you! Choose fabrics in ice-blue or rose quartz and feel the difference! The cape style gowns, a simple salwar churidar or a set of palazzos with a crop top. Choose your best desi couture!
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Dazzle in Denim : Denims are evergreen. No body can not feel like wearing denims all the time. And when you get to wear denim dresses or skirts or even lehengas! Then why not!

What to wear on Holi 2016


Color Pop : Summer is all about ice creams and candies and smoothies. Given a chance, wouldn’t you wear some candy inspired clothes. After all it’s the festival of colors! Shirts with bright colored skirts are the newest trend!

What to wear on Holi

Date with Dhoti : Dhoti pants are so airy and comfy that you never wanna get out of them. And when you get to buy dhoti tops as well, it is even better!
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Accessorize : Accessories are always the most important part of a perfect look! We have some outstanding pieces for you! Deepika Padukone looks so amazing in the kundan earrings!
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Feet-zone : Jootis are the most comfortable and chic footwear, you can wear with Indian ethnics. Take a look at some celebs who comfortably flaunt the lovely pairs! Look at how effortlessly Shilpa Shetty and Kangana pair their jootis with ethnics!

Footwear for Holi

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