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5 Perfect ways to reuse your wedding lehenga

5 Perfect ways to reuse your wedding lehenga
Quick Bites
  • A lehenga is not just attire, it’s a souvenir.
  • Bridal attire is a priced possession to every bride.
  • Bridal lehengas are so lavishly embellished that cannot be worn again.
  • With a few hacks, lehenga can be reused.

Turning a wedding into the most memorable affair requires a great deal of efforts. From venue to food, from groom’s sherwani to bride’s lehenga, it all should be nothing less than best. Now, when it is about bridal lehenga, fortunes are being spent on just the lehenga. However, bridal lehenga is something that you cannot wear on regular occasion and sometimes not even on fancy occasion.


5 Perfect ways to reuse your wedding lehenga


Now, today we give you the perfect hacks for a makeover for your lehenga, read on!

Your lehenga can turn into an Anarkali suit

You can stitch a blouse to it and turn it into a fabulous anarkali suit. You can get it done from any boutique. To connect both the portions, you can go for net or chiffon materials or even a fabric with zari work will look great. You can pair them with pants made of brocade or sheath fabric.


The dupatta can be your shirt or your blouse

Dupattas with a bridal lehenga will always be a centerpiece accessory. Now, you can get your dupatta stitched into a blouse or a very classy shirt. A shirt or a blouse made of dupatta will have a stunning grace on any occasion.  It can be worn with jeans, paired with pointed toes stilettos.


With a long jacket

Team up your lehenga with a sheer long jacket, which is so in right now. This can be worn on ceremonies, and all those Indian occasions that require Indian ethnic fusion dressing.


Dupatta can be your sari

Dupatta with a bridal lehenga will always be very heavy with embroidery work and can be turned into an elegant sari. As you must be aware that a sari is 4.5 meters to 6 meters long, so you just need to add 3 more meters of cloth to your dupatta.


Lehenga skirt looks fabulous

Usually lehengas are heavily embroidered on the border, now how to makeover your lehenga wearable on regular occasions with such shimmer. If you remove that part, you have a flowy skirt that you can team up with shirts.


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Written by
Namrata Dutta
Source: Onlymyhealth editorial teamNov 15, 2016

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