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published time By Liveinstyle published time 17 Feb, 2016 Share image 0 Shares

Yes, there’ll be swirls of colour in the air and lots of it smeared on you, too. Here are other ways to embrace the season of colour.

Wear those vibrant hues: Lose those monochromes and muted hues. Let the vibrant shades of spring invade your wardrobe. Splash out on reds, oranges, pinks and greens and incorporate these in your dressing. It has been said that pink is the navy blue of India, so go for it. Yes, the guys, too. Remember tough guys dare to wear pink.

Deck up your home: The festival of colour means bringing all the magic of spring and a new season indoors. Fling away the mustiness of winter and spruce up your home in new colours; even little touches like bright cushions and throws will make a dramatic difference. Opt for fresh flowers everywhere to make a fragrant style statement.

Throw a colour party: What better way to ring in the festival of colour than to revel in the company of friends! Invite them over, play with colour, spin out some Bollywood beats and you have the ingredients for a memorable festival of colour.

A colourful feast: No Indian festival is complete without loads of food and drink. Serve traditional festive treats, plenty of finger food and don’t forget the sweets. And to drink, how about a unique cocktail that captures all the colour and effervescence of the season?

Watch this video to make some quick festival of colors inspired cocktails - By Jamie Walker, Diageo Reserve Brand Ambassador

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