Holi can be officially called as beginning of Summer. Cotton is essentially the best material for this season as it keeps you cool irrespective of how harsh the Sun is especially with the late Holi this year around.
If you are in the mood for some ethnic Indian wear, go for the classic combination we saw yesteryear superstar Rekha gracefully flaunt in the song ‘Rang Barse’. This one will always be in trend for Holi! So you can pair a white
You can sport a block-print scarf or a tie-dye dupatta with any of the above mentioned styles and outfits. To make a funky fashion statement, you can tie an ikat-print stole around your head and in turn, also save your hair from the damage.
Below are some websites from where you can buy holi dresses for yourself and family:
A touch of the hand is found in all the fabrics that they use, be it the hand block prints from Bagru or natural dyed Ajrakhs, the Jamdani muslin
Sarees, dresses or Kurtis can be a perfect match for the Holi season. You can select some bags, jewelry, footwear or accessories to add color your attire during
Cottonworld : Grab some cool cotton dresses and kurtis for yourself and your man from this website. Pastel shades will help you to beat the heat.
FabIndia can offer you
Fabindia’s products are natural,
Jaypore : Jaypore partners with artisanal communities, textile designers, independent artists (and the occasional maverick) to showcase a new, contemporary design language that comes from India and belongs everywhere on the globe. A perfect platform to select dresses for your entire family not only for
Must shop website for cotton and linen lovers. Unique patterns and designed from all parts from India and handcrafted to give you special feel. Just try their cream or indigo or coral collection this
You can also look for saree online
You can also complete your ethnic look with these matching dupatta available online