Re-Use Your Wedding Lehenga The TBD Way
One of the major worries of buying a wedding lehenga is when and where are you going to wear it again? To be honest, more than you, your family is concerned when you tell them you want a designer lehenga. The wedding lehenga holds a special place in the bride's heart… wait, it basically holds all of her heart. Yet you can agree with the fact that it is kind of difficult to imagine yourself wearing your wedding lehenga at your cousin's brother-in-law's uncle's daughter's wedding.
So, here we are giving you a few creative ways to style and re-use your wedding lehenga in the classiest ways!
Transform It Into An Anarkali
In order to ensure that you wear your wedding lehenga time and again, you can transform it into a floor-length anarkali. Of course, it can be tricky, but you can use the embroidery on the waistline to create a nice border just below your choli or where the blouse ends.
Turn Dupatta Into A Kurti
Another hack is to turn the heavy dupatta into a classy long kurti. It is one of the easiest tricks where you can wear your wedding dupatta as a kurti even on festivals! Pair it up with small earrings and a few rings, you're ready to slay ‘em with your look.
Divide And Rule
You can either pair your blouse with a plain contrasting lehenga or you can team a plain choli with your lehenga. What's even better is that you can choose a plain outfit and pair it up with your dupatta! This is not only going to make you look like a total stunner, but you will also spare your ears from the burden of gigantic jewelry!
Team It Up
Another way to re-use your lehenga is to either pair it up with a long jacket on top, or you can pair your lehenga with a long kurti. It could either be A-line or a long slit one. The colors you choose should be contrasting, but, for a change you can pick a different color and still slay.
You can easily add some more fabric to your lehenga and turn it into a concept saree. Since they're the talk of the town and are very much in trend, you can refashion your couture.
Try these ideas to reuse and refashion your wedding lehenga and then you can buy one from your favorite designer without worrying about when to wear it next!