Ways to Wear Your Wedding Lehenga After Your Wedding!

We spend so much of time and hard work on finding that perfect lehenga for our wedding. After much research on the fabric, style to compliment our body types, trends in industry and numerous trips to the market we zero down on something which we feel is nothing but the best for our wedding.

But what do we do with our love once the wedding is over? Well, here are some styling tricks to wear your wedding lehenga after the wedding:

  1.  Pair it up right: If your wedding lehenga is heavily embellished and intricately embroidered with designs and motifs, tone down that bling with soothing plain blouse and dupatta.
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    Source: Flyrobe
  2. Turn your choli to sleeveless: Flaunt your arms (toned the sexier!) in sleeveless choli for looking and feeling amazingly sensuous and beautiful!shyamalbhumikaSource: Shyamal & BhumikaAnushree Reddy bridal wearSource: Anushree Reddy
  3. Pair it with long kurta: The trend which is already there in industry now! Pair your skirt with long kurta to look elegant,  superbly alluring and chic!418775f27d63f23fa6e80ecf1eafaa6dSource: InstagramZainab chotaniSource: Zainab Chottani
  4.  Anarkalis can be your best choice: Get your stylist / tailor to convert your wedding joda into an anarkali suit. It always look less bridal than lehengas even if they are equally embellished!
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  5. Saree for the last resort: You can pair the lehenga blouse with a beautiful saree.
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  6. Opt for Indo-western styling: Pairing a t-shirt/shirt with your lehenga skirt or pairing the blouse with a silk skirt and dupatta can do the trick! Add funky jewellery or statement neck pieces to complete the look!
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