My blog is about creating a new style affordably. So, most of the times I keep seeking new ways to catch up with my goals. Its helps to cope up in crises and brings up somthing new. Although, this could be challenging, but if you find one, it feels great to share. Recycling is one such method, where you can use vintage cloths and create a new one.
If you go for silk which is an Indian traditional fabric, it is valued for years. Silk is lustrous, wrinkle resistant and highlights luxurious look, also having good affinity for dyes. These come in vibrant colors and the heavy borders exquisitely spurs up the look. Thats why it is a first choice for an Indian occasion, be it festive or wedding ceremony, in form of saree, dress etc. Although, silk is an expensive fabric with high maintenance, recycling or reusing the same gets it cheaper.
Making use of an old silk drape or any fabric which is not used any more, can be reused to create your new look either in Indian, western or fusion etc as per one’s choice. Recycling is great, as it reduces the cost which we spend on new material and you master your creativity, which will be distinctive.
I used old silk drape to create long ethnic wear stitched by the tailor and totally loved the make when it was finally done. The pallavs was used to give a defined look in front, as it had heavy work.
Pearl ornaments did spice up a defined royal look and I finished up by usual make up routine with winged eye line and bright lips. Gold color potli bag which had heavy embroidery effortlessly jeweled with the outfit. So, what do you think about my look did u like it, as much as i do? Do comment.
Feeling like a princess, wishing all Merry Christmas and keep loving D & B.
Dress – Tailor stitched
Head gear – Flipkart
Flats- Panajim Market
Pearl Neckpiece and Bangle – Street pick, Panajim
Potli bag – Menezes & Sons, Panajim