Turn silk sarees into dresses

6 Ways To Turn Your Mom’s Old Silk Saree Into A Gorgeous Dress

Often we think what to do with the old silk sarees, well here we have quite a few interesting ideas for those who love wearing dresses but with an Indian twist. Take inspiration from these wonderful dresses and use your sarees to create a wardrobe full of fusion dresses which are actual fun to wear.

Flared short dress– If you love wearing flowy and flarey short dresses then this can be an idea for you. Plain saree with borders, or even the sarees with all over fine bootis are great for this dress. Use the borders of the saree to highlight the hemlines of the dress.

Turn silk sarees into dresses
Turn silk sarees into dresses

Double border style– Generally when you make a dress out of a saree a lot of saree border goes unused. But how about using double borders to highlight your bottom hemlines. A broad border always looks eye-catchy and fun to wear.

Turn silk sarees into dresses
Turn silk sarees into dresses

Layered dress– A sleeveless layered dress is an absolute fun to wear. You can also get pockets done on the sides or front for utility.

Turn silk sarees into dresses
Turn silk sarees into dresses

A sexy piece– If you want to have a super sexy straight dress for a party then go for a style like this. A knee length saree dress with a sweetheart off shoulder neckline, and built in extended sleeves is a perfect fusion wear for an evening. Do not forget to match this western silhouette with bold Indian jewellery pieces like big earrings or a traditional polki neck-piece.

Turn silk sarees into dresses
Turn silk sarees into dresses

Brocade dress– Your mom’s old brocade or heavy woven silk saree can be put to use like this. Remember to keep the look simple and chic.

Turn silk sarees into dresses
Turn silk sarees into dresses

Playful checks– Many moms have silk sarees in beautiful checks and stripes. Well this is how you can style them.

Turn silk sarees into dresses
Turn silk sarees into dresses

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