Revealed – How to Reuse your Wedding Outfits without looking OTT!

When it comes to our wedding lehenga or sherwani, we’ll choose nothing but the best! But do we ever get around to wearing them again? Read on as we REVEAL the Best Ways to Reuse your Wedding Outfits!

So, you went ahead and splurged on that gorgeous Sabyasachi lehenga for your wedding! Why not, you don’t plan to get married twice 😉 But have you ever thought what you’ll do with it later? Its a question, many ‘just married’ brides ask us – and here’s the answer!

We got on board some of our in-house styling experts, stylist Naina Maheshwari, super talented candid photographer Ronak Gadhia of Framed, Make Up Artist Priyancka & our lovely ‘To Be’ couple Prachi & Vivek for an inspirational photoshoot full of ideas to restyle and reuse your wedding outfits!

Reuse your Wedding Outfits – Twinning Reversed!

A sneak peek at some sizzling fusion looks from the exclusive phootoshoot of Prachi & Vivek that’ll make you go wowww!!!

Reuse your wedding outfits

Glowing Couple

This heavy red bridal lehenga by Siddharth Daga  is paired with a classic off white shirt in a rich fabric like silk and gold neck piece for the uber chic look above!

Reuse your wedding outfits

Twinning Reversed!

What about his bandhgalas? See how this red velvet jacket style badnhgala by Arjun Agarwal is combined with off white chinos and a camel belt! You can easily wear this look to your brother, sister or friends weddings.

Prachi – Red lehenga + Satin Shirt by Siddhartha Daga

Nath + Earrings by 1999AD

Vivek – Red Velvet Jacket by Arjun Agarwal

The complete look is so effortlessly stylish it’ll urge you to think out of the box and reuse your wedding outfits more & more!

Swag At its Best!

Groom’s sherwani biting the dust? Think rebellious, boys! Pair your sherwani with a good old pair of denims & don the kaala chashma & sporty watch for this ‘I know what I’m doing’ look.

Reuse your wedding outfits

Aim High!

You’ve got that heavy cape with a lehenga? OR a super heavy sheer dupatta with your bridal lehenga? Get your dupatta stylized into an asymmetric cape and pair it with a plain black top and black denims for this super cool look!

Prachi – Beige cape by Nandita Thirani

Handcuffs by 1999AD

Vivek – Mustard Jacket by Arjun Agarwal

Put on some gold dangling earrings and you’re all set for those destination wedding shenanigans!

Drape On!

Think your heavy blouses and dupattas are a waste? And who wants to wear those 3 piece kurta sets to their bro’s wedding? Think again!

Reuse your wedding outfits

Sheer Beauty!

Invest in a pair of off white dhoti pants and combine your heavy blouse with it – drape your matching sheer dupatta like a sari for this ‘too good to be true’ look! Ditch the jewelry, just don a stunning maangtika if you want and add on a waist clincher belt for a slimming effect.

See how we’ve combined Vivek’s heavy jacket with a plain black shirt & trousers for this sleek party wear look!

Reuse your wedding outfits

Twinning in Pink!

Prachi – Pink dhoti pants look + Pink Blouse + Pink dupatta by Siddhartha Daga

Mangtika, earrings, belt, necklace by 1999AD

Vivek – Kashmiri Bandhgala by Siddhartha Daga

Aren’t these ideas of reusing your wedding outfits amazing. All you need is a bit of creativity and willingness to experiment and you can restyle your wedding wardrobe into something fab and wearable!

This is just a piece from our Super Helpful and Handy Wedding Guide and Magazine – to read & check out more ideas and trends – DOWNLOAD your FREE copy Now!

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Richa Kanoria

Richa is Senior Partner at Zowed - The Wedding Planning website. She has a background in marketing consultancy, branding and everything social media related. She loves reading, talking and blogging about her likes, tastes & trends in the wedding industry.

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