10 Holi Dress Ideas Inspired by Bollywood Fashion – Rock Your Festival of Colors


With the festival of Holi around the corner, the preparations are already in motion. It is safe to say that we are as excited as we can get. Are you too?

With the onset of festive season, there are so many things to be done. Amid all the preps, we tend to forget picking out our outfits till the last moment. If you too like us and are looking for some fashion inspiration you have reached the right place. We have curated some of the best Holi looks inspired by our Bollywood Divas.

1. Heavy lehenga choli like Deepika

Festivals call for huge celebrations, and that includes your outfit as well. To celebrate the festival of colors this year, let your lehenga choli do the talking for you. To protect your hair, tie them in a messy bun, put on a bold lip color along with kohl and you are ready to win many hearts.

2. Patiala Salwar Suit inspired from Aishwarya

Patiala salwar suits are graceful and don’t forget how comfortable they are. Wear one in contrasting shades, play mix and match or go monochrome, either way, it is a full proof party outfit. You can look ethnic without compromising on your comfort and dance the day away. Like Aishwarya, add a retro touch to it with bangles and over the top hairdo.

3. A quirky combination by Huma

Want a fusion of ethnic with modern, this outfit by Huma Qureshi seamlessly does it. Pair a white tunic shirt along with a flared skirt, and your indo-western outfit is ready. Throw in a colored dupatta over it to make it pop. It is a minimal look for any Holi party, and yet make you stand out.

4. Pop of colors like Sonam

If you don’t want something basic, go with something that has bright colors. Take some ideas from Sonam’s suit here in this Holi scene, where she is seen wearing a suit in yellow and green hues. Soman, being the fashion icon, has always opted for bold looks and this one is nothing short of it.

5. Go casual

Planning to attend a rain dance party and have the time of your life, then something casual would be a better pick. Just like Deepika’s iconic look from Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, pair denim shorts with a breezy shirt or tunic. It is super casual and comfy so that you can put your all into enjoying and dancing. You can even tie a bandana to add a quirky touch.

6. Parineeti’s simple look

While the movie went unnoticed, Parineeti’s Holi look certainly did not. She kept it simple and classy by wearing a plain suit, with minimalistic pink lip color. If you also believe that less is more, you must go for this look on this Holi.

7. Sequinned glam dose by Alia

This festive season, it’s not just the décor that will shine. Be the center of the Holi party with this bedazzled and sequinned lehenga in yellow, just like Alia. A statement lehenga choli like this one will make you look super glam and win you many compliments. Sequins are in trend this season, so make the most of while you can.

8. Kareena’s chic saree

It is rightly said, nothing ever goes wrong with a saree. Let us take some fashion ideas from the ultimate diva of Bollywood, the one and only Kareena Kapoor. For “Teri Meri Kahani” song, she adorned a stylish saree in shades of purple and orange. With it, she paired a black blouse and tied her hair neatly in a ponytail. If you are all up for going all glam this Holi, get your saree out today itself.

9. A classic white salwar suit

Nothing says Holi more than a classic white outfit. Just like Rekha Ji wore it in the legendary movie Silsila, you can do it too. It is the easiest yet the most appropriate outfit to pull off for Holi. Your white salwar suit will be the ideal canvas for all the shades of Holi colors.

10. Be carefree like Alia

If you want something casual while protecting your skin, go with this look from the movie 2 States. Pair a loose tank top with a flowy printed skirt, for this easy yet casual look.

Holi is very close to our heart, and we are all set to rock it with style this year. Join us and let’s give an ode to these looks from Bollywood Fashionistas.

Vaishali Mhaske
Vaishali Mhaske
Hey! Nice to meet you! I'm Vaishali. I am a Puneri girl, Extrovert and Lover of Road trips and Swiss rolls. Among many passions, "Playing Dhol" is on top of my list. Always love to enjoy my own company.