Holi 2020: Look Stylish and Trendy this Year in Festival of Colours

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katrina Kaif & Alia Bhatt

Holi is the festival of colours which brings about joy and happiness of its own. This festival is widely celebrated, not just in India, but around the world. It is also known as the “Festival of colours ” as well as the “Festival of love”.




Holi is a vibrant, chaotic and turbulent occasion that rejoice the arrival of spring in the Hindu calendar. There are two main social customs linked with colourful Holi festivals which includes Holika Dahan/ Holika Bonfire and Dulhandi.

Holi is the favourite festival of almost everyone. People arrange a fun get-together with their friend and family to celebrate this occasion of love. There is no limit of experimenting with looks on this day. You can wear Kurtas, Saree, Jean’s, tunic, shirts, shorts or anything you love. You can add different accessories to look stylo.

Holi tradition involve spraying powder colour over each other for which typically a white kurta is worn. However, you can totally go for a Western look as well.

There are some ideas to look trendy and stylish on this carnival.

• CASUAL CHIC

White is the best colour to don on Holi as it enhances all the other colours in the air. Wearing something comfortable is advisable to fill up with confidence while enjoying. A simple white tee or shirt can be paired up with jeans or denim shorts. This is like, actress Deepika Padukone worn in the song Balam pichkari jo tune mujhe mari…. You can wear this attire and can also the style of Deepika.

• DESI LOOK

This is an Indian festival, so you can look desi on this festival. You can wear white kurti and leggings and can drape a sheer or cotton dupatta for an ethereal desi girl look, like Priyanka Chopra worn in the song Give me a Favour Let’s Play Holi and also Aishwarya Rai worn in the song soni soni ankhiyo vali. The actresses were looking adorable in that look. You can copy her.




• PUNJABI LOOK

One can also choose punjabi look for Holi, which include Short Kurta with a Salwar and Dupatta. The Punjabi culture is quiet rice and includes a variety of colours and embroideries. Look Punjabi Kudi this holi.

• ANTIQUE LEHANGA

Deepika Padukone wear lehanga in the song lahu muh Lag Gaya. She was looking damm Pretty in her Rajasthani traditional attire. If you want something different this Holi, try her look. You can pair with silver metallic jewellery to give yourself a complete look.

• SHEER DRESS

Copy the look of Alia Bhatt from her song Badri ki Dulhania. You can wear crop top, pair it with palazzo or skirt and look like a Diva.




• TIE AND DIE OUTFIT

To look casual and comfortable you can go for a plain white shirt and pant. Additionally, for just right amount of colour, you can add in a vibrant and colourful tie-dye cardigan. It look like it was made specifically for this occasion.

• INDIAN CHUNARI

Twin with your favourite girls by going for traditional white outfits. Throw in some matching Chunari Dupatta in different colours to up the style game.

• CAPS AND BANDANAS

Wear some cool headgear this Holi and protect your Hair from damage. Look stylish by wearing a stylish cap or a printed bandana to complete your look.

• FLIP FLOPS

The colours, water damage your pretty feet as well as your shoes. So, wear your trusty flip-flops to minimize the damage. They are comfortable enough to walk and you’ll feel less guilty throwing them away after a harsh bout of colour.This is all about your clothing style, now move toward to protect your skin and hair from the Adverse side effects of Holi.

• FOR HAIR

Deep condition your hair, knead your scalp. Oil is your buddy, and cover your hair in a cotton scarf or with a hat or bandana.

• FOR SKIN

Nourishing with olive oil, apply Sunscreen and Petroleum Jelly for Protecting lips.




Do not play with chemical colors, use organic global instead to protect your skin, hair and eyes.Enjoy the splash of colors while looking like a diva with above fashion choice. SAVE WATER and REMAIN ORGANIC! HAPPY HOLI to all.

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