Bollywood and Holi dupattas
by Dupatta Bazaar on March 18, 2022
“Rang barse bheege chunar wali rang barse”
Here’s wishing everyone a colourful and harlequin Holi! I hope this Holi and your life is filled with all the colours of “gulaal” ever made.
Of all the Holi songs ever made , “Rang Barse” sung by the legendary Big B shall continue to be a classic for eons, isn’t it? The wholesome vibe, the beats of the dhol, the enigmatic Big B with his charming personality and commanding voice and last but not the least, a timid Rekha ji, with her ‘Paranda’ and red bangles, in her all white Holi outfit with a subtle pinkish Dupatta surely is a show stealer. Of course, not to forget her zillion watt smile here, but that baby pink dupatta against the white outfit adds so much character to her personality, that I couldn’t help but think how one particular piece of clothing can redefine an entire outfit.
Now that we are talking about Holi outfits, I remember how as a child I used to wear the most worn out and used clothes to be thrown away for Holi. Well not anymore, for I discovered Dupatta Bazaar! You must be wondering how Dupatta Bazaar can possibly give me a Holi - worthy outfit, are you? Well here goes the secret recipe to a super budget friendly Holi outfit.
All you gotta do is wear a monochrome outfit (all black, white or any colour you adore) and pair it with a multicolour Dupatta!
Helping you with some noteworthy and budget friendly options.
The gotta Patti border is such a gorgeous addition to this beautiful piece, you legit will stand out in a crowd of colours.
The most budget friendly, subtle and understated option you can ever get is right here. Grab while you can.
I recommend this royal silk Dupatta for all the mommies out there. Buy this for your mom and I swear you are getting a good meal tonight.
I’m going to end this article right here so you can choose and order your Dupatta as soon as possible and get your Holi outfit together.
Once again wishing everyone an extremely a wholesome Holi filled with good vibes and loads of swaying Dupattas. Hope you have a colourful Chunar-wali Holi