Get the perfect Desi look for Holi to Grab Eyeballs from Everyone

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Less than a week left for holi is making you wonder what to wear for the holi party with family and friends? We want to look our best. However, picking up the suitable attire for holi can be tricky. Nobody wants their adored clothes to get stained with harsh colours. Nevermind, investing in a good pair of clothes is worth every penny. 

Make heads turn in ikat, ajrak and boho-chic outfits for Holi.

Here are some handful suggestions from the director of Fabriclore, Sandeep Sharma who tells us which fabrics, prints and techniques to opt for. While I’m here to solve your fashion worries, you don’t need to look elsewhere. We’ll make sure you put on your best threads for the joyous festival of colours. 

Less than a week left for holi is making you wonder what to wear for the holi party with family and friends? We want to look our best. However, picking up the suitable attire for holi can be tricky. Nobody wants their adored clothes to get stained with harsh colours. Nevermind, investing in a good pair of clothes is worth every penny. 

Make heads turn in ikat, ajrak and boho-chic outfits for Holi.

Here are some handful suggestions from the director of Fabriclore, Sandeep Sharma who tells us which fabrics, prints and techniques to opt for. While I’m here to solve your fashion worries, you don’t need to look elsewhere. We’ll make sure you put on your best threads for the joyous festival of colours. 

Ajrak:  

holi outfits


Ajrak patterns are very fascinating to both genders. You can try using stoles and kurtis with ajrak prints and colours which are extracted from roses, berries, madder roots, leaves, saffron, turmeric, and oak bark for designer boho-chic attires.

Indigo: 

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Opt for a deep blue shade of the indigo dye which compliments the festive spirit. Abstract indigo motifs and hand block floral patterns on durable and soft cotton can be suitably designed into the most appropriate dress for Holi for morning parties. 

Kalamkari: 

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Kalamkari motifs such as figurines, vines, and Buddha faces drenched in natural colours are suitable to make stylish outfits for evening parties.

Bandhani: 

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Bandhani dupattas can be matched with a plethora of vibrant ethnic outfits for a luncheon on Holi festival.

Ikat:

holi outfits


Opt for blurry, colourful ikat patterns to create an elegant brunch dress for Holi.

Tie-dye: 

holi outfits


You would love the interplay of dyes and threads on mild fabrics like rayon and cotton to stand out of the crowd. Preferable colours are blue, yellow, red and pink.

Batik: 

holi outfits


Batik uses a varied technique of wax printing, bright colours and flowy designs. Now this awesome combination is a suitable choice for this festival. 


The founder of Steele, Surya Suri has also shared a few useful tips to pick up the right style for this fest. He says we should go for cottons and linens. Let’s accept it, girls that we cannot simply leave aside cottons for any occasion and holi is no exception. Cotton spells comfort and variety. You can wear attractive prints and vivid hues. Full sleeves linen kurtis can be paired with comfy pants is a good preference for Holi. You can complete the look with bandhej dupatta swirled round the neck for a chic twist. We’re sure you’d love to try these best tried and tested traditional methods to dress up in your best form. 



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