Not many of us have enough guts to part our ways with our bridal lehengas. But, we tend to store it away in the corner of our wardrobe without acknowledging it for years. Well, now is the time to remove your bridal lehengas from hibernation and re-style it into the Designer Indian dresses.
Here in this blog, we will discuss a few graceful ways in which you can sport your bridal lehenga without grabbing too much attention but enough of it to make you blush proudly.
1- Mix and match:
The best way to re-style your lehenga is by creating a new look, that is, by mixing and matching. You can use the dupatta with a similar contrast dress, wear the skirt with peplum top/Kurti or opt for ankle-length Anarkali with your skirt.
2- Ditch the cancan:
Cancan or the extra layers inside the skirt can make it heavy and keep you away from sporting it. So, ditch the cancan and added layers completely. This way, your lehenga won’t look more obvious and can be donned at family events or occasions.
3- Use the dupatta wisely:
Bridal dupattas are heavy or have bold patterns. So, use this piece wisely. Sport it with simple Anarkali suits, Patiala suits or salwar kameez. If your dupatta is kalamkari, banarsi silk or has heavy works, then simple dresses will look elegant when paired with it.
4- Pair it with long-slit jackets:
Long-slit jackets are the trend of the season. You can easily pair your lehenga with an elegant and coordinated slit jacket to look like a showstopper instantly.
Speaking on the occasion, the spokesperson said “A bridal lehenga doesn’t have much use beyond its usage in a wedding. But if you are creative, you can re-arrange the attire, and create a refreshing new look that will appeal to your fashion sense”
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