The festival of colors – Holi, is around the corner. While the celebrations are full of colors, joy, sweets, delicacies, and music, it leaves us with the dilemma of – what to wear on Holi?
With social media craze for selfies, videos, etc. you are always on the camera. So, you must get the right look for the event to look awesome in pictures. Don’t let the fear of getting your clothes spoiled due to colors and water stopping you from experimenting with your looks at your college’s Holi party.
Thanks to the vibrant culture of our country, you can get plenty of Holi outfit ideas and suggestions to look vivacious, classy, and super-chic.
Check out the blog for some Holi festival traditional clothing ideas and other outfit suggestions for Holi 2020.
Holi Dresses for Women that are Comfortable and Chic –
- Hot Pants and Tops
When it comes to women’s fashion, you have plenty of choices. Opt for hot pants and pair them with your fancy tops, tank tops, and even short Kurtis for a simple style statement at a Holi event. Don’t stick to the white-on-white format. Experiment with colors and be unique.
- Cotton Pants for a Casual-Chic Style
Cotton pants with short tops, crop tops, etc. will give you a casual-chic style. Prefer cotton fabric if you are planning to get drenched at the event. The comfy look is sure to grab eyeballs in the crowd, making you the center of attraction at the Holi party.
- Stunning Capri Pants
For a more relaxed style, go for capri pants that are not only comfortable but trendy and stylish. Pair them with your knee-long Kurtis or tank tops for a statement look. Wrap around a scarf around your neck to complete the look.
- Short Cotton Kurtis and Dupattas
If you love dressing up in a desi avatar, then go for cotton Kurtis and dupattas. Pair them with your choice of bottom wear – pants, jeans, leggings, or anything you find comfortable. Pick vivacious colors and color-contrast your ensemble for a striking look.
- Short Maxi Dresses
Beautiful women dresses and maxi skirts look and feel fantastic. The airy dresses offer maximum comfort and thus are perfect for enjoying the fun of a Holi event.
- Harem Pants
Harem pants are highly comfortable and super chic and trendy. Pair them with your tank tops for a well-coordinated look. Carry a crossbody bag to complete your ensemble and slip into your comfy slippers, and you are all set for the Holi party.
- Kurtis and Palazzos
Long Kurtis and palazzos also make a beautiful combination, especially for a Holi party. The mixture is very comfortable, casual, yet highly stylish, and trendy. You can go for loose cotton long straight Kurtis and palazzos, and style them with a scarf.
For a traditional look, go for authentic Punjabi Patiala salwar suit look. One of the best parts of picking a Patiala suit is the variety of color combinations available. Go for a quirky color combination with a unique hairstyle and ethnic jewelry.
- Flowy Sarees
One of the most exciting outfits for the Holi celebration is a light-weight chiffon saree. We all remember the Bollywood heroines who rocked the saree look at Holi. Pick lighter shades – yellow, bright orange, pink, and white.
Last but not least, skirts also make a beautiful outfit for the Holi festivities. It is one of the great outfits for the Holi festival’s traditional clothing. Pair them with your tops and dupattas for a stylish combination. For a quirkier look, opt for a short Kurti on the skirt.
Tips to follow when dressing up for the Holi party
We shared some awesome Holi dresses for women and Holi festival traditional clothing ideas. But you must also take some precautions and follow some rules when dressing up for Holi.
- Dress boldly but avoid unnecessary accessories.
- Do wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from the colors.
- Opt for colorful bandanas that will protect your hair from the harmful effect of colors.
- Avoid heels and opt for flat footwear or slip-on.
- Clingy and see-through fabrics are a big NO for the Holi celebration.
- Please don’t go to party dresses with bling and other embellishments as they are not fit for the occasion.
- Avoid heavy makeup when you intend to play with colors as the chemicals in the makeup can react with the colors, causing skin irritation.
- Avoid heavy traditional sarees and silk sarees, unless you don’t mind getting them painted with colors.
- Carry a body pouch to store your essentials like smartphones and car keys. Leave everything rest in your car to avoid losing them in the crowd.
We hope we were able to solve your dilemma of what to wear this Holi with these outfit ideas and tips. Enjoy the festivity with your loved ones.
I wish you a happy Holi.