Try these Holi looks for women by style blogger Bhavya Pande and pull off that Holi party!

So you are not planning to play Holi immersively but just want to attend the festival to get the vibe? But who said you can’t dress up to a Holi party? To make sure your photos are lit and you are rocking that Holi party with your outfit, fashion and beauty blogger, Bhavya Pande, is here to help you pick the right look sustainably. She is suggesting 4 Holi looks for women that are fun, stylish, and just what you need for your Holi celebrations.

Do your Holi photoshoot a favour and try these fab Holi looks for women by fashion and beauty blogger Bhavya Pande, a.k.a, style_n_dresss. She talks about sustainable fashion and calls herself a fashion technologist, and we love her style sense. Take a look at this list and pick the style that you like.

1. Denim it!

Wearing a cute dress made out of eco-friendly fabric with beautiful Kantha work is something that’ll keep your look minimal for the party. Bhavya has paired it with a denim jacket, which she says she had borrowed from her sister. She is also wearing a scrunchie to keep it fun. We’ll suggest you wear your favourite pair of shoes, some rings, a choker if you want and leave your hair open or go for a loose bun. Keep your makeup subtle, and you are ready.

Where to shop for the inspired look?
Dress: Tingertoli
Denim Jacket: Dwij
Scrunchie: Something Gorgeous

2. Spill some colours

Holi looks for women

This fun look is another great option. Bhavya suggests wearing a bralette as the summer season is around the corner. Add more shades to your look by wearing something colourful like an oversized checkered shirt, which she’s taken from her father’s wardrobe. Pair it up with your favourite distressed jeans, wide-legged denim, or a loose denim skirt. Go for a high ponytail, wear browline sunglasses (the ones with bigger frames), and pair it up with comfy sandals.

Where to shop for the inspired look?
Bralette: Zivame
Oversized shirt: Gagged
Jeans: Maddish
Shades: Sam & Marshall

3. Floral Baby

Holi looks for women

In this look, Bhavya has paired a short Kurti with a denim skirt and has added an ethnic vibe by wearing a neckpiece that she had bought when she was in 8th std. You can do a little experiment with your hairstyle here and go for jumbo box braids to make it look chic. Do wear kajal this time.

Where to shop for the inspired look?
Kurti: Janpath Market, Delhi
Denim Skirt: Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi.
Neckpiece: Samoolam

4. Do it white!

Holi looks for women

Wearing white on Holi isn’t risky and can really help you make a statement. Keeping it indo-western this time, Bhavya has worn an old high-low top over a pair of white skinny pants. She has paired it with her mother’s dupatta and we’ll suggest you pick a colourful dupatta if not the same. Feel free to accessorize your outfit with oxidized silver jewellery, Juttis, and statement earrings. Leave your hair open or go for a side braid hairstyle. Do minimal makeup and don’t forget to apply a highlighter.

Where to shop for the inspired look?
High low top: Abhishti 
Dupatta: Local market of Almora / LiemRoad / Shingora
White pants: KETCH

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