Here's How To Reuse Your Wedding Dress In a Graceful Way

Fashion is whatever you want it to be. So don’t shy away from colour contrasts and play mix-match with your wedding wardrobe. Dig into the blog to know more

Author: Radhika Verma | Updated: August 31, 2017 5:37 IST

Any wedding celebration is an emotionally infused bag full of beaming smiles and nervous jitters. Whether it’s the groom’s cold feet or every bridezilla’s worst nightmare about their perfect dress being not-so-perfect – the drama continues to the very last day. To select a perfect bridal attire takes time, energy and money. Every bride cherishes it as much as they cherish their big day. 

So thinking about what to do with your dress post-wedding? We suggest you to not think any further, just read! 


Blouses should be of utmost importance as it signifies your unique personality. Keep up with the trends and accordingly decide what you want to wear. Tone down your bling and embellishments to use it later as crop tops or cape style kurtas. Corset blouse also makes a great investment. Team it with fancy palazzos, harem pants, dhoti pants or mid-length skirts.

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Dupatta is an accessory that you can’t go wrong with. If your bridal dupatta is too heavy then you can use it to make a new saree. Morphing a traditional Indian Kurta out of your dupatta is also a great idea to get more luck for your buck.



Keep it as is it. You can wear it at a different wedding or exclusive family functions. Just go subtle with the jewelry and makeup. If you want to go classy without spending too much, then you can also fashion Anarkali suit out of your Lehenga.

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Let’s keep it real. Shall we? Sarees are the emblem of traditional Indian attire. It speaks a timeless language. Nevertheless, if you really want to get rid of the saree look, then you can get a Suit or kurta stitched.

Fashion is whatever you want it to be. So don’t shy away from color contrasts and play mix-match with your wedding wardrobe. If you have more interesting ideas, then drop us your comments below. 

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