Look 1: Go retro.
No festival lets you indulge your crazy side the way Holi does. So, go all out and copy your favourite heroine’s look from one of the Bollywood oldies.
Look 2: Fun in shades
There is absolutely no playing Holi without the right pair of shades. And if it’s Holi, it’s a must that you should be indulging your funky side. Go on, and pick a pair of shades in the brightest of hues.
Look 3: Do the classic white
There is nothing that is as much fun as getting your whites drenched in colour. Need we say more on why white will continue to be our Holi favourite? Add a dupatta in a colourful hue to get further into the spirit of Holi.
Look 4: Short and chic.
No, you don’t do Holi without a pair of hot pants and a comfy t-shirt. There is no better occasion than this one to flaunt those toned legs and get into that pool full of colours.
Look 5: Skirted pleasures
Who wouldn’t want a multi-coloured skirt to wear with perhaps a ganjee or a white shirt. If you want to keep your hands covered, simply slip of a shirt over your ganjee and join the fun.
Look 6: Dhoti comfort
Since there will be a lot of running around to do with that pichkari, it’s of utmost importance that you are dressed in something as comfy as dhoti pants