Holi is a colourful festival celebrated in two parts. Holika Daha is the first, while Rangwali Holi is the second. The former is commemorated on a full moon night to honour the triumph of good over evil. Around a bonfire, prayers and rituals are performed, and the mood is usually upbeat! After that, the traditional Rangwali Holi is celebrated. The fun part is playing with colours and water.

Are you thinking about how you'll dress for Holi? You've come to the right place. We understand that sorting Holi outfits is a difficult task. Trendia's apparel and fashion experts have compiled a list of fashionable ensembles suitable for the Holi festival. The good news is that all of the apparel on trendia.co is available for international shipping. For any further details do not hesitate to give us a call at Customer support numbers Australia: +61 275010967, UK: +44 1702967775, Other Countries: +1 312-392-0189 or chat on messenger or Write to us at info@trendia.co

  1. Traditional whites: The colour white is a perennial favourite during Holi celebrations. The white colour also acts as a great backdrop for vibrant colours. You can also use a Bandhani dupatta to add some colour to your white suit. Experiment with alternative garment styles, such as a chikankari salwar suit, as well. Look through our selection of white clothing, which includes suit sets, kurtas, tops and tunics, sarees, and lehengas that are perfect for the festival. https://trendia.co/collections/white                                                                    
  2. Tie-Dye outfits: With this very elegant style, you'll be ready for Spring. A shirt and pants can be worn out with friends to keep them casual and comfortable. You may also add a bold and colourful tie-dye cardigan like this one for just the right amount of colour. It appears to have been made especially for this occasion. https://trendia.co/search?q=tie%20dye                      
  3. Off-White Saree: The saree is the most popular Indian garment to wear to a traditional function. An off-white colour has all the right ingredients to be worn on Holi day. A sleek hair bun and some fresh flowers can be added to this traditional look. Because the majority of people like pure white, an off-white saree might be a refreshing change. Take a look at these lovely sarees on trendia. https://trendia.co/search?q=white%20saree  
  4. Western Outfit: If you're in the West and want to have your Colour moment, don't worry; we've got something for you, too. The West appears to like Holi as much as the East does, and they have hosted their versions of the festival. The colour festival is quite popular in Brazil and a few major American states. Here is what you can wear if you plan on attending one. Wear an old pair of denim pants with a basic t-shirt that you don't mind ruining. https://trendia.co/collections/SASSAFRAS  
  5. Indian Ethnic Wear: You may want to dress in semi-formal Indian attire for Holika Daha. An embroidered suit or Indo-western combination is a perfect choice in this case. Dress up in some lovely pastels or rich, vibrant colours. If you're looking for a mellow colour scheme, a scarf or dupatta in a contrasting shade might add a pop of colour. Consider wearing a palazzo suit or an Anarkali. Keep it traditional with Kolhapuri chappals or elegant juttis to go with your ensemble. https://trendia.co/collections/best-sellers  
  6. Printed Tunics: Change out of your white attire and into something more spring-like. You can dress up for the event by wearing heavy jewellery. Silver accessories are popular in Indian culture, and they look well with this tunic. https://trendia.co/collections/tunics-tops  
  7. Accessories to wear at colour festivals: While many women concentrate on their Holi attire, there are a few minor aspects to consider when creating your Holi look. Add in accessories that may enhance your complete style, whether you're going for an Eastern or Western look. On a basic white dress, these unusual dangling earrings will look fantastic. You might swap the traditional Indian Jhumkay for the more modern ones since they will blend well with traditional Indian clothes. Because the Holi Colour Powder normally hides your complete outfit, adding some accessories can help you stand out.  

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