We all have heard about reinventing heirloom jewellery in our modern day, but have you thought that you could even play with your heirloom outfits. Yes, those outfits that are pre loved and are from your mother’s or grandmother’s closet could be reinvented, and the attires can be worn in a completely new way.
Those outfits that are piled up in her closet and, your dear mother also has an emotional attachment to it. These outfits are some of the treasures you can scavenge through and utilise for your wedding ceremonies. Make her happy and wear those outfits to challenge the modern day trends.
From lehenga’s to dupatta’s and from sarees to blouses, you can modify each and everything to pair up with your modern day trousseau. To start with, wondering what you can do with those kanjivaram’s and chanderi’s? Well girls, believe me these sarees are so much in trend these days, pair a right accessory with it and you are good to go, but another way out and if your mum agrees to it then you can also get an anarkali made out of those sarees, they look equally beautiful. Even I have a couple of suits made from my mother’s sarees and they look completely new and elegant.
Moreover, recently at my cousin’s wedding, I wore a lehenga from my mother’s yesteryear. The colour palette was mauve and all I had to do was get a new blouse made. This way or that way, I saved on my budget and looked like I wished to.
If you can find a gujarati or gota patti blouse in your grandmother’s closet, get it handy this minute. 😉 These blouses can look astonishing when paired up with a saree or a lehenga.
Are you looking for more such tips? Sanna Vohra, wedding expert from Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers, will guide you in the video below on how to incorporate the heirloom outfits in your modern day. We hope you like this, as we have a lot more in store for you.
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