On the day of Holi, the best clicks are of those wearing the color white. Why? Because all the bright colors show the best on white and also because that’s what we have grown up seeing in our Indian movies and television shows.
Having known that white is the color of the day on Holi, many of us are often left confused as to what should the OOTD be, at the same time not everyone’s wardrobe boasts of a white dress that can be worn for Holi and many are even reluctant to shell out on buying an all new white number. That is a tough one… Therefore when we are in a bewildered fashion situation like so, we at Stylebuzz, always turn to our favorite silver screen ladies to draw some inspiration…
Like the darling of silver screen, Divyanka Tripathi, dressed in a true blue retro style, a white sari could be a great choice if you are playing only with colors and no water.
If that is too traditional for you, then Jennifer Winget’s draped fusion number could also be a great way to make a stylish statement at your respective Holi party.
If the above two are totally out of question for you! Then it may just be wise to go the traditional way with a churidaar and kurta ensemble, like Niti Taylor. Add a dash of color with a bright dupatta and slip on a pair of cool Kolhapuri heels. Voila! You are ready to go.
A classy white salwar kurta set is also a smart choice to consider. Finish the look with a great pair of sunglasses, flat Kolhapuri footwear and a perfect plaid hairstyle.
Or like Vrushika Mehta, simply opt for a casual western look that offers tonns of comfort and fun.
When all else is a fail then just flaunt your bare shoulders with a loose bardot blouse like Krystle D’Souza.
If like many of us, you too are reluctant to wear white on Holi, take a cue from Nia Sharma and go for a black day dress.
Wishing all the wonderful readers jolly good festivities and may your lives be as colorful as the day of holi.