The main agenda behind this series was to create and break the norm of wearing designer clothes and spending massive amounts of money. This look is affordable and a restored piece. A family friend of mine generously gifted me this lovely silk saree because she knows how I love to recreate old sarees into anarkalis.
This time, I chose to get the saree done into a lehenga making the pallu of the saree into a blouse and rest as lehenga.
And for the dupatta, I purchased a gold gota patti net readymade dupatta from the local market.
I added a chunky gold stones choker.
And my look is never complete without tints of pink. For me, pink is a versatile color, suits anything and everything I chose. It just somehow fits, you know? So, completed the outfit with pink bangles, a clutch and lipstick before heading out.
How can you not twirl when you wear a lehenga!
Next, the mandatory picture.
Hope you guys have loved the wedding series post.
Saree : A gift
Dupatta : Badi chowdi market
Choker : Pipa Bella
Earrings, Bangles : Thrifted
Clutch : Lachica clutches
Until Next time,