Here Is How This Fashion Blogger Wore Her Sabyasachi Bridal Lehenga Again After 3 Years!
BY Sakshi | 03 Apr, 2019 | 16137 views | 2 min read
Now this might inspire a lot of you current and former brides out there. You know how you pick a bridal lehenga painstakingly after so much research and so much effort (not to mention money!) and then end up wearing it only once in your whole life? Well, here is some inspiration for brides whose lehengas are lying packed and forgotten, only to feature in wedding photos now. Fashion blogger Mitali, one half of the House Of Misu wore her bridal lehenga again after 3 years, and well, it looked refreshing and different- so pick up some pointers!
So here is the Sabyasachi Lehenga she picked for her wedding day- it was a mint, almost silver-grey lehenga, which was a very offbeat choice for a bride, and styled it in a very modern way- with a layered choker necklace and Satlada and a high bun. She went for the minimal, modern bridal look and rocked it effortlessly with one dupatta over the head and another slim dupatta on the side with a waistbelt. Here is her real wedding for you to check out.
Images via The Photo Diary by Monisha
And this is how she styled her bridal lehenga 3 years down the line- kept it simple and subtle. And yes, picking a lehenga in a 'non-bridal' offbeat colour really paid off! While she could easily style it to look bridal at her wedding, wearing it 3 years later wearing it dialled down made it look amazing too, and completely different!
From Blogger Mitali:
"So I did pick a wedding lehenga with the idea that I would want to re-wear it again. Which is why I went with mint rather than a traditional red or pink. I also chose a more versatile silhouette - the high waisted lehenga with a more contemporary style blouse. I obviously had two dupattas for the bridal look with a belt. When it wore it again, this time for the Aakash Ambani wedding, I wore it with the slim dupatta cinched with the matching belt. I added a pop of colour with a Ruby diamond floral set which was more on the western side."