Bhubaneswar: Do you have a cupboard full of old sarees which nobody wears anymore? Do you love your mother/grandmother’s sarees but hesitate in wearing them as they are too heavy or old-fashioned? If yes, then you need not worry.
In the following paragraphs, we will give you interesting ideas as to how you can make the most of your mother’s six-yarded wonder by repurposing it into different types of clothing.
Get a Kurti stitched:
The festive season is just a couple of months away and if you want to look your traditional best then transform one of your mother’s old saree into a beautiful kurti.
Yes, you can get yourself some pretty kurtas made out of your mother’s magical collection of the finest sarees.
Get a Brocade Skirt stitched:
If you have a few beautiful brocade sarees lying along, what better way to use them than getting a skirt made? These skirts can then be worn with a casual plain shirt or a simple top to give out an appealing, classy look.
The wedding season is almost here and we’re pretty sure there are more than a couple weddings you have to attend. So this time, you can get a beautiful lehenga choli made out of your mother’s old saree. This way you save money and still be a headturner at all the events.
Dupattas are very important as they can make or break any look. However, you do not need to invest in an expensive dupatta when you can make an expensive-looking one from an old patch saree with almost no cost at all. Plus, you can mix and match these silk dupattas for more than just dress. Value for money as they say.
Kimono jackets, capes, over coats or half jackets, are all fun ways to blend your traditional old sarees even with your contemporary outfits like jeans, leggings or even shorts.
Lastly, one of the easiest and most obvious things is to get a beautiful brocade saree stitched into a vintage-inspired salwar kameez to bring charm to your wardrobe.