Holi is just around the corner and when it comes to menswear, there aren’t a whole lot of options that come to mind. People usually don old clothes that they don’t mind ruining with colour, grease, and what not so they can discard them after the festival. But sometimes you don’t want to look that shabby or you might be attending a fancy Holi party so we’re here to give you some simple options you can wear this Holi:
1. All White:
This is an outfit that you will never be able to reuse so be prepared to discard it after the festival. Pairing it with white pants looks really great and is probably the best outfit one can wear on Holi. It is classic fashion that will never go out of style.
2. Jeans & T-shirt:
If you want to salvage something that you wear on Holi, you can go for really dark denims. It’s unlikely that the colour is going to show on them after a wash and you can pair it with a simple white T-shirt,which will probably get a really cool, colourful effect on it by the end of the day. It’s a simple classy outfit, which will go for most Holi occasions that you are choosing to attend.
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3. White shirt with Cut-offs:
For a more chill, relaxed look you can go for a white shirt in a thin fabric like linen with cut off denims. Chances are that you’ll be able to salvage the denims and these linen shirts are easily replaceable. Pair with some cool, inexpensive accessories like a hat to follow men’s summer fashion.
For a more ethnic look, go for a subtle kurta in a light colour like beige. It can have minimalistic embroidery to add a touch of heaviness to the outfit. A loosely fitted kurta-pyjama ensemble looks great, and if you’re attending the sort of party where you only play with water then you might even be able to salvage the outfit.
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There isn’t too much fashion and style that you can flaunt on Holi unless you are willing to sacrifice a really good outfit after just wearing it once. Go all white as that looks best and you can easily pick up inexpensive pieces for the day.