The Wedding Lehenga – Yes that very garment which is lying in your closet, unused, wrapped and rewrapped waiting to be used again. And now imagine the amount you invested in this D day wear of yours and the number of times you wear it! If your heart aches to see it lying there and you find it difficult to jump into it for every other social event then we have some ways to reuse and restyle your wedding Lehenga and kill the guilt! Read ahead to know more on ways to reuse wedding Lehenga and restyle it in these creative ways!
A wedding Lehenga has a Dupatta that can be a perfect material for your Kurti or a Jacket or a Cape style Top – Thanks to the heavy, detailed work and the Glitzy fabric that goes into making the perfect Dupatta for a Bride. You can get Kaftan or a cape stitched and pair it with any pastel coloured bottom – be it flared skirt or a gown or trousers.
2.Mix and match:
If your Lehenga was paired with a Kurti then get a Blouse or a choli in raw silk complimenting the colour of your lehenga and free of any detailed work. Pair it with The Ghagra and you have a new wear for up coming event. If you have had a Lehenga with Choli then get a jacket style Kurti in a nice flowy and translucent material to go well with the colour of your lehenga. Also, check out these earrings for every occasion.
3. Indo Western:
Here how you can reuse wedding lehenga in a classy Indo-western style! Ditch the regular Blouse- Choli designs and pair your Lehenga with a Shirt or off shoulder Top.
Take cues from our Celebs. Dump the dupatta and instead wear Kundan Jadau or brass Jewellery.
Think of comfort and Palazzo is the first thing to come to my mind. You can either get your Ghagra stitched into a Palazzo or get a Basic Golden / Silver colour Palazzo for your Kurti / Choli. Check out these 5 must have patterns for a trendy look.
5. Sari Drape:
Reuse wedding lehenga as a sari. Draping a Dupatta in a way that it makes your ensemble look like a Sari is a good option to change the appearance of your wedding dress. It gives you the look of Sari without any compromises on the comfort that most of us don’t find in a Sari.
So, now, do you think that you can reuse wedding lehenga and style it easily? Do let us know in the comments below.