THE wedding trousseau is every girl's dream come true. From the beautiful lehengas, to the the pretty cholis, to the heavy saris we just need it to be perfect. Don't we? Of course we do! It's our one big day!
We all buy our wedding trousseau with the idea of looking to re-use and we understand the re-use of saris and cholis. But now there's the rage of South Indian brides wearing heavy lehengas and elaborate gowns. We're talking about the upper-middle class society who buy with the mindset of wearing it again in the future. But do we? There's the fact that everyone would've seen it; which means a repeat is impossible. Also, the fact that it might be too grand for a particular event plays the mind.
HERE ARE SOME RE-USE TIPS:
You can use the choli and the lehenga as separates, instead of always pairing it together.
The choli can match with a sari.
If the lehenga is too grand, there's the option of a simple raw silk/silk/printed silk crop top or a choli to match it.
You can also stitch a simple jacket style kurta to match the lehenga!
Until the next blog,
Team Vida Weddings