Four Tips To Reuse Your Wedding Lehenga

Bridal lehengas are usually gorgeous and so heavy that, more than half of the brides don’t even feel like wearing them to some other grand parties post-marriage. If you are one of those brides who actually don’t want to wear her wedding lehenga after marriage, then there’s a big question that arises- “Why?” Many newly-wedded women say that their lehengas are utterly gorgeous and so heavy that it becomes difficult to carry it, or they just don’t feel like wearing it because they would look overly dressed up. Have you ever thought about experimenting with your bridal lehenga? If no, then here are certain tips that will help you experiment with your bridal lehenga, and will also help you to wear it to other occasions post-marriage.

Switch the blouse

Your bridal lehenga’s blouse must be heavy and deadly gorgeous, isn’t it? And you wouldn’t really want to look like a ‘bride’ again to some other occasion, right? In that case, just switch the blouse. It’s not necessary that you have to wear the same choli with the lehenga; you can wear some other designer blouse with it too, which will compliment the lehenga well. To purchase ready-made designer blouses, you can go through Simaaya Fashions website and choose a gorge blouse. Pick a blouse made of velvet that will make you look sober; or else, just pick an Anarkali style blouse that would look somewhat like a bollywood lehenga choli.

Swap the dupatta

Your bridal outfit’s dupatta surely must be heavily sequined, so you might not want to drape it to a sophisticated party. No issues! Just purchase a lighter dupatta that goes well with the bridal lehenga, and makes it look stupendous. Next time when you are invited to a party, just slip in your wedding outfit and instead of draping its original dupatta, drape a different dupatta that is lighter, attractive and easy to carry.

Tweak the accessories

More than half of the Indian brides wear almost every kind of jewelry on their wedding day, to look ethereal and elegant, just like a princess. But, wearing the same heavy accessories to a party or some other special occasion isn’t a good idea. Therefore, what you need to do is wear other Indian jewelry that are simple, yet sober. Go for simple polki or kundan jewelry.

Choose a different draping style

Dupatta draping style makes a great difference to your look and outfit. So, what you can do is, before going to a party drape your dupatta in a different pattern/style. There are a variety of dupatta draping styles, so choose the one that you like or is currently trending, and look bombastic.

Next time when you are taking a back from wearing your bridal outfit to a party or any other occasion post-marriage, just think twice. Think of something out of the box and reuse your bridal lehenga in a brand new way.