White’s the colour for Holi forever – even for your kurta-pyjama set – just so that the dyes hurled and splashed and smeared, up your style quotient.

The Festival of Colours– Holi – is here and here are some fun ways to style your kurta-pyjama and stand out.

White the colour of the festival

Even if Holi is a festival of colours, white is often picked up as a dress code to enjoy the splash and sprinkle of multicoloured powders. To notch up your Holi look, pick whites of different palettes such as vanilla-white, snow-white, pearl-white,frost-white to name just a few. Go for subtle yet elegant embroidery, thread work and self-patterned fabrics to this mix and you are ready to grab everyone's attention.

Drape whites  with colour

The pantone colours of the year -- ultimate grey and illuminating, are the perfect colours for mixing-and-matching this Holi. A bright pop of colour can give you a distinct smart look. Accessorise with a chic stole or a dressy piece attached to the kurta.

Jackets and pockets

The Holi look is incomplete without a classic jacket over the kurta-pyjama, and you may style itwith a colourful or embroidered jacket. This can lift your entire Holi outfit and double the sweetness of your celebrations. Jackets and drapes can never gowrong for traditional feasts. Ideally, you can pair a coloured jacket with a printed kurta or a printed fancy jacket with a coloured kurta.

Kurta cuts

Your kurta can steal the show with its stylish cut. A-line and high low cuts are in trend. Your stylist or tailor can help you explore these different cuts to ensure that you are most comfortable. A little off the road styling will give your fashion choice a fresh and trendy twist.

Pyjama styling

Your pyjama can also be trendy. The dhoti and classic churi-style will make any kurta set elegant.Don't be afraid to try something different to look trendy and fashionable.

When you dress up this Holi, make sure you dress to impress. Don't forget that your kurta-pyjama style could well be your gateway to get into a conversation with your future date and having the best Holi celebrations ever. Happy Holi!