To commemorate their first karwachauth, newlyweds occasionally wear their bridal lehengas. However, aside from that, it merely sat unused within the wardrobe, awaiting another opportunity to be used. Brides of a certain age, however, who are distinctive in their choices, might not simply dress in their bridal attire as it is. Even if, you don't wear the same thing twice, you can try other available methods to style your lehenga differently.
So, Why not explore a little and try new ways to repurpose the lehenga by fuss-free restyling it?
PAIRING LEHENGA WITH LAVISHING KURTA
Instead of wearing a dupatta and choli with a lehenga, opt for a long kurti because these garments are typically heavily adorned with exquisite features and embellishments. Currently, the fashion industry is all about looks. One method to reuse your lehenga is to pair it with a kurta with a front split. This is a gorgeous outfit. Your lehenga embellishments will be displayed thanks to the slit, and the thin kurta fabric is comfortable to wear and handle.
CONVERTING A LONG DUPATTA INTO ANOTHER ATTIRE
Being a three-piece ensemble called the Designer Lehenga Set. The dupattas are typically highly adorned and stylish, you may choose to wear them by yourself. It is possible to make a substantial Kurti out of this one-piece. Additionally, if you must wear your lehenga, you have the option of pairing it with a different, contrasting dupatta. You may wear the piece at other traditional celebrations or events by pairing it up with suitable jewels and accessories.
CREATE AN ANARKALI OUT OF THE SET
Well, it can be a bit difficult to choose, but we all know that anarkalis are more versatile and fit many events better than lehengas. This is a classic dress that is unlikely to go out of style and, if designed with the right fabric, would seem more gorgeous than any other. So how about you sew your lehenga and blouse together to make it more wearable? Additionally, you can add some embroidery at the waist to turn it into an empire-line Anarkali suit.
PAIRING UP THE BODICE WITH A PLAIN LEHENGA
To create a striking contrast, combine completely unrelated clothing, or stick with one color. An ornate and opulent appearance is typical of bridal lehengas. The choli is typically richly embroidered and dazzling. Wear your bridal blouse with a lighter, more informal skirt. You can wear this to a party or a friend's wedding and yet have an attractive outfit and stylish appearance. Adding matching stitching to the hem of your simple Lehenga will further improve its appearance.
PICK OUT VARIOUS DRAPING TECHNIQUES
By selecting several dupatta styles, you can attempt to break up the repetitive look of your lehenga ensemble. It wouldn't be fair to leave your gorgeous, embroidered dupatta alongside the lehenga laying about. As an illustration, a lehenga-saree combination can be created by wrapping the dupatta around the waist resembling a saree. Alternatively, folding your dupatta into your Lehenga choli while wearing a metallic belt is another option. Use the lehenga again by mastering this and other exquisite draping methods.
With all these options, we hope you can uncover your distinctive design sense and prevent your garment from staying in the closet forever.