What to do with wedding lehenga? This question ponders every married woman after few years of her wedding. No doubt wedding lehenga holds a paramount place in every girl’s heart, but over the years, the wedding lehenga becomes a once in blue moon ensemble, which you would have worn only once or maximum twice at your cousin’s or friend’s wedding. But if you are someone who never repeats your outfit, then god save the wedding lehenga, it would be a prized possession neatly tucked inside your closet. So, married beauties, does your heart ache for not wearing the wedding lehenga again and are you brainstorming on how to re-utilize your lehenga? Then worry not, we are here to give you 10 awesome tricks on how to wear your wedding lehenga again in a whole new way. Check it out and smile broadly on our delightful ideas.Advertisement
Reuse Idea 1: Tailor it to make Anarkali
Transforming your wedding lehenga into an anarkali suit is a bold step which definitely will fetch you loads of compliments. Transfigure your grandiose lehenga into floor length anarkali by attaching your choli with the lehenga. You can add a zari work border at the waistline and fashion it into empire-line anarkali suit. We suggest smokey eye makeup with a tint of matte lipstick, a sleek hair bun and high heels to finish the look.
Bonus Trick: Convert Lehenga to Anarkali with No-Cut, No-Sew Method!
Yes, you can quickly turn your lehenga into a beautiful anarkali without doing any cutting or sewing! All you need for this magical refashion is a waistband. Just, check out the below video. You’re gonna love this trick.Advertisement
Reuse Idea 2: Use Lehenga Dupatta
There is no rule, that you have to wear your bridal lehenga as a set, you can break them and wear them differently. Thus, if you have heavy embellished lehenga dupatta, then you can stitch it into a brand new heavy work kurti, which you can wear at evening parties and functions. If you are wondering what about the wedding lehenga, then give it a new look by wearing a cape over your choli, it is trendiest style, which is buzzing in the fashion circuit.Advertisement
Reuse Idea 3: Pair with long jacket
Another contemporary idea that would bring a wow factor to your wedding lehenga is to team the lehenga with long embellished jacket. An embellished jacket adorned with zardosi work would look electrifying with a heavy border wedding lehenga. Whereas pair a sheer net jacket with a detailed embroidery work lehenga and flaunt your charismatic personality. Bring a vibrant look by teaming your lehenga with contrasting shade jacket.Advertisement
Reuse Idea 4: Choli with Plain Lehenga
Wedding lehenga is known for grandiose and extravaganza look. Often the heavy weight of your lehenga holds you back from wearing your bridal ensemble, but fret not, bring a twist to your bridal wear by pairing the bridal choli with a plain lehenga. You can mix and match the shades of your choli and lehenga and bring a modish look. If you want to bring a royal look, then you can attach an extensive border work to the plain lehenga and wear it at your cousin’s wedding or at parties.
Reuse Idea 5: Drape it with Different Style
Life is too short to wear the same style of clothes, so we suggest you to break the monotony of your wedding lehenga, by draping the dupatta differently. Some of the hottest styles that will make your resplendent are wearing a metallic belt on your midriff and tuck the dupatta with the belt, so that you can be carefree about your dupatta and enjoy the sangeet. If your dupatta has heavy work, you can style it in front wrap and flaunt the rich work of the your dupatta. Also tying in over your wrist is another classy style of bringing a refreshing look. So, gorgeous ladies, show your creativity and style your wedding lehenga in elan.
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Reuse Idea 6: Give it on Rent on websites or Sell
Did you know you can even rent your wedding lehenga on many online sites? Shocked, but yes rather than decorating it in your wardrobe, you can let your wedding lehenga enchant someone’s beauty by renting it. Some of the websites who offer these services.
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Reuse Idea 7: Wear the bridal ensemble separately
Our another groovy idea is to break the entire bridal lehenga and wear them separately. Such as, wear your heavy embellished dupatta with plain suits and bring a complete different look. Or you can wear your bridal choli with a designer saree and be flattered by countless compliments. Another fab idea is to team your bridal lehnga with the trendy corset blouse and give a contemporary look to your persona.
Reuse Idea 8: Team the grand lehenga with long kurta
Most of the women happen to put on weight after the wedding, so there are chances the wedding choli might not fit you. But no need to be disappointed dearie, you can still wear your bridal lehenga. All you have to do is, pair the lehenga with grand work kurta. This is the trendiest style which is going frenzy in the fashion world, choose sheer net kurta with front slit and look alluring. You can wear it for your sibling’s wedding and re-utilize your wedding lehenga.
Reuse Idea 9: Fashion wedding lehenga into a concept sari
Concept saris are the talk of the town, wear the lehenga in lehenga saree style, or attach more fabric to your heavy bridal dupatta and turn it into new sari. Bring innovation to your couture and refashion it into a new look.
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Reuse Idea 10: The fashion of sleeveless choli
Want to flaunt your toned arms? Then take your bridal choli and remove the sleeves of the choli, we bet you would bring a whole new look to your bridal lehenga. Sleeveless choli would be perfect for summer parties and weddings and would bring a sensual look.
Do share with us, which of the above listed idea did you try with your pretty bridal lehenga and even share with us the flattery compliments you receive.Advertisement
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