Hi girls. So i am back with a useful post for all of you. Well for men it is very easy to repeat their clothes thousand times (well they dont have much options and look the same always ..hehe) but for us girls repetition is like a big nooooooo. Well we can repeat a dress maximum 3 or 4 times (to be precise once on mummy's side, once on papa's side, once among friends and that's it ...hehe). So its a real pain to buy an expensive anarkali suit and then see it lying in the cupboard just like that. So here i want to share with all of you how i reused my anarkali suit and gave it a complete new look by converting it into a gorgeous lehenga.
Below is the pic of my anarkali suit which i wore few times in different parties.
In the anarkali there are already lot of kalis which are required in a lehanga. So what we can do is we can give the anarkali to a tailor and tell him to stitch it into a lehanga. My tailor just took 300 rs for this and voila i got a brand new lehenga. Now you can mix and match this lehenga with a chunni and blouse which is available with you. Below are pics where i mixed and match my lehanga with different blouses and chunnis.
|Converted lehenga with green brocade blouse and pink chunni|
|Anarkali Converted lehenga with green brocade blouse and pink chunni|
|Another look with pink blouse and pink net chunni|
|Anarkali Converted lehenga with pink blouse and pink chunni|
So here's how you can create multiple looks with the same lehenga and reuse you anarkali wisely. Well i keep inventing new ways to reuse my dresses as there's wedding season every year and we girls don't want to repeat (hi 5 for that :P ).
Well hope you found this post useful. Do share your views and comments.
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