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#BTRewear Designer Varun Bahl Tells You How To Re-Style Your Wedding Ensemble

Dreamy drapes, fetching florals and elegant embroidery, the designer tells you 4 ways in which you can re-style your sartorial choices.

Diya J Verma
Spent a bomb on that bridal lehenga and don't want to give up on it so soon? Trust me, we understand what brides go through post their nuptials. Your wedding is over and now you have no clue what to do with that bridal outfit that's been lying in your wardrobe ever since! It's too precious to get rid off, too heavy to wear elsewhere, and most importantly everyone has already seen you in it! However, it doesn't need to be this hard, beautiful brides. Here are 6 designer-approved style hacks to give your wedding attire an instant upgrade! You can now wear it for your brother's cocktail party or your besties mehendi function (and trust me no one will ever know.)
  • Designer Varun Bahl
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    Designer Varun Bahl

    "At the end of the day, it's all about playing with colours and showing off your personality."

  • ‘The Dancing Paisley’, Varun Bahl Festive 2019
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    ‘The Dancing Paisley’, Varun Bahl Festive 2019

    "All things beautiful and fun, one can elegantly pair a cape with their lehenga skirt to achieve an understated, yet chic and contemporary look!"

  • The belted organza cape with the ‘Dancing Paisley’ lehenga skirt.
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    The belted organza cape with the ‘Dancing Paisley’ lehenga skirt.

    "Capes add just the right amount of exaggeration through fabric, and also balance the extravagant designs of the wedding ensemble."

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    "The bride may also choose to pair her printed lehenga with our hand-crafted sequence blouse."

  • ‘The Dancing Paisley’, Varun Bahl Festive 2019
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    ‘The Dancing Paisley’, Varun Bahl Festive 2019

    "For slightly informal occasions, ones for which the bride may choose not to wear a heavy bridal lehenga, she can always opt for a cape, just like our exquisite ivory-coloured organza cape, and pair it with perfectly tailored dhoti pants."

  • Ethereal Organza Capes with Hand-Patched Origami Flowers, paired with Sequined Blouses & Silk Dhoti Pants
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    Ethereal Organza Capes with Hand-Patched Origami Flowers, paired with Sequined Blouses & Silk Dhoti Pants

  • Red Anarkali with Ivory Dupatta
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    Red Anarkali with Ivory Dupatta

    "The versatile bridal dupatta can also be played around with to change up and re-purpose the ensemble. The bride can pair her dupatta with an anarkali, to showcase the colour-contrast, as well as express her multi-faceted personality!" 

  • Red Anarkali with Ivory Dupatta
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    Red Anarkali with Ivory Dupatta

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