Holi Festival 2019: Women Dress-up Tips
Holi is an Indian festival of colours & love which we celebrate with full joy. And, ever women need some dress up tips to enjoy the festival without any mess.
Well, for the Holi bash one must prepare himself/herself to get drenched in water & a lot of colours and for the messy fun. Now the question that comes in the mind of many is what to wear this Holi festival?
If what to wear while playing Holi, is what you are thinking of, then here are some exclusive Dress-Up Tips for you.
1. Choose the Right Fabric
Cotton is essentially the best material suited for this season as it keeps you cool even if the temperature rises. You can wear a comfortable, loose and vibrant coloured cotton fabric that will preferably stay in fashion and comfortable. The go-to colour for Holi women dress up is white. So you should opt full sleeves clothes be it a Tee or kurta.
2. Avoid Skin Hugging Clothes
Ensure that this Holi festival you don’t wear anything clingy and skin-tight clothes as they get irritating & uncomfortable. Loose fitted is the best choice for Holi women dress up. Therefore, go for any vibrant coloured top/shirt with pants will look if infused well with the choice of colours, you will be choosing.
3. Choose the Right Footwear
Avoid wearing high-heels for Holi dress up, as you will be running, playing & dancing at the Holi events. Choose a pair of shoes that would be comfy and goes with the theme. The best option is to wear flip-flops, be it plain or colourful.
4. Choose the Right Hairdos
It is very important to protect your hair from the harsh Holi colours. To protect from harmful colours, moisturize your hair. Choose hairdos like a ponytail, braided bun, French Braid, or Double French into High Pony, etc. Therefore, pull back your hair and secure with an elastic, leaving half of the ponytail secured in, and you are good to go.
I hope now you have an idea of how to do Holi dress up. You can surely add on your personal touch but whatever you do make sure you’re comfortable with that.
Happy Holi 2019!