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Celebrate Wearing The Latest Holi Fashion Trends!

Holi is a time of colors and the best part of this Indian Festival is the beautiful and rich colors smeared on your face by friends and family! A time of celebration not only for Hindus because as we see now a days, even non Hindus are participating in this wonderful Indian Festival of colors.

India is rich in culture and diversity and festivals is one of the broad aspects which makes our country proud. Here, in India, this Holi festival is celebrated in grandeur by all ages and mostly all religions.

There are a number of parties to attend and to every occasion you will see a vast fashion trend following this Indian festival of colors, so here are a few ideas on Holi fashion.

For the joy of the color festival, Holi, here are the best clothes and colors to wear for the occasion.

1.Going according to tradition, white is the color for the Holi festival. The main reason behind this important color , white, is that it helps you see the beautiful colors on you. Darker colors however do not show, so avoid black! The best fashion trends on clothes is to wear on a white kurtas with blue jeans. Most people find themselves comfortable in wearing a full white attire with colorful accessories to go along with it.

2.This Holi festival , you can opt for light shade colors like that of lemon, light blues and greens. For fashion trends on clothes regarding this Indian festival of colors, try out the leading fashion stores available near you. The Holi fashion line has come out which looks enticing and worth the price.

3.Indian celebrities have made a huge difference regarding this Indian festival of colors. In most of the Indian movies, you would see actresses wearing on pastel colors, backless blouses rather than wearing on no skin clothes and dashing colors! For most teenagers, they want to look saucy on this Holi festival and times have changed where tradition takes over fashion.

The most important fashion trends on Holi Fashion for this Indian festival of colors, is wearing on something which is comfortable!

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Story first published: Friday, March 18, 2011, 13:37 [IST]
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