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Holi 2019: All the fashion inspiration you need to rock the saree

This Holi, let the six yards cast its spell as you dress up for the occasion. From the slowly perishing khun handloom technique on the blouse to a tie-dye saree, here’s all the inspiration you need.

fashion-and-trends Updated: Mar 22, 2019 17:25 IST
Akshay Kaushal
Akshay Kaushal
Hindustan Times, Delhi

The festival of colours gives you another reason to dress to the nines. While you may have already planned your Holi look for the day, we have some fashion and makeup inspiration for you to take cues for a stylish Holi. And no other garment can be more impactful for the occasion than a saree. It’s elegant yet can be styled the way you want it. It can be paired with jacket or a camisole, or even an interesting interpretation of a blouse.

Models Tenzin, Kashish Khan, and Devika Das wear a saree styled in three unique ways.
Models Tenzin, Kashish Khan, and Devika Das wear a saree styled in three unique ways.

Experiment with your blouse

Model Tenzin is wearing a modern interpretation of blouse made of khun weave from Karnataka by designer Vaishali S, the look has been teamed with a pink sari with yellow border made of raw silk, from Peeli Kotchi. The hair has been styled in soft waves.

Layer your saree

Model Kashish Khan is wearing a white cotton sari from Pero, teamed with a multi-coloured striped blouse and a floral jacket. You can break the monotony of white with a multi-coloured blouse and let the care freely play with the gulaal.

Magic of the tie-dye

Tie-dye is a technique of folding, twisting and crumbling the fabric followed by the application of dye. A tie-dye sari for your Holi party can be a great pick because even when the colours get smeared on the cloth it will only add to the beauty of the saree and you can enjoy the festival of colours in style. Model Devika Das is wearing an orange and white tie-dye saree from I3 with a lace camisole in black.

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