Let Kareena Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan teach you how to wear white for your Holi party this year! – Happy Holi folks! We know, you’d rather play colours than look at some whites but that is exactly why you need to be here. To learn how to wear your whites for your neighbour’s/friends’s holi party. Now, of course there is no pressure to keep up because it is going to get splashed, wet anyway but for those of us who want to make a first impression (guilty as charged!) and for those who want to see the colour-throwing from afar (oh, there are a plenty), we have a few style tips to deck up in whites.
And you can trust these wear hacks because it is celeb certified but that’s not even the best part. What’s cool is you can go away from the same details and choose your own fabric, your choice of cuts, basically experiment. Go nuts! So, ready? Today, we have in store some good old types and we can bet you’ll know what you’re wearing by the end of it. From Deepika Padukone and Kareena Kapoor Khan to Janhvi Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan, feel free to pick anything to your liking. Lezzzgo!
No, nobody expects you to soil your designer saree but there’s something about a crisp white saree and ivory blouse that clicks. Go borrow a nice 9 yards long saree from your mother/sister/aunt’s wardrobe if you don’t have one and pair it with a nice embroidered ivory blouse.
Kareena Kapoor Khan
A kaftaan can never go wrong! Apart from the fact that it is comfort max, it is also breezy and easily passes as a style statement. Case in point, Bebo’s polka dots kaftaan that she paired with an earthy dupatta.
Many like to make it ethnic when it comes to festivals and Bhumi’s sharara is the perfect fit. A little gold, a little net and lots of oomph, and you’re ready to step out in style.
Now, another way to wear white is to add a pastel colour. The attire transcends to something else entirely and also clears the palette for more show. You can pick a cotton kurta or go with a classic chikankari with salwar or shararas.
Sara Ali Khan
Now, we wish we had just one look to chose from (would have been easier) but Sara has dazzled us in whites more often than anyone else and we thought this piece deserved her entire style book. So, gear up!
Top and skirts make a combo irresistible as you can see! Don’t forget to add lips to the colour if it’s all white though.
Here’s another variation of the above with a dash of blue and duppata to complement the look. Would suggest you to refrain from wearing chunky jewellery though cause it all gets down to monkey business at holi parties and you would want to hurt anyone and yourself.
Now, if you want to keep it minimal this holi, this look is for you! Pick your white shirt/top/tunic and pair it with white shorts. Denim shorts, if you are going for the kill!