If you have a red or fluorescent shirt stashed away in your cupboard that you haven’t mustered the courage to wear yet, Holi is the perfect time to sport it. Layer it with a basic white T-shirt and wear the combination over jeans if you’re still apprehensive about wearing it by itself.
If you have a brunch slated for Holi, use a statement blazer to pack a punch with your outfit. A floral one, a patterned blazer or a solid coloured one—all work well, acting as the focal point of your ensemble.
While colour blocking may be a bit much on an everyday basis, on Holi, it is the best way to sport colour. Work on creating a cohesive look that stands out in a sea of white—everyone’s staple Holi colour.
If you’re not too keen on wearing colour prominently, try channelling vibrancy through your choice of accessories. A bright scarf, reflective sunglasses, a fedora or a pair of loafers or lace-ups—your options are endless.
Whether it is shoes, belts or your clothes—the colours pop more when a pattern is involved. Make sure you experiment with patterns and textures to give the pop of colour an additional boost.
Written By : Shirley Mistry