Ever had to dump a bridesmaid dress because you were convinced that they couldn't be worn after the wedding they were meant for?Bridal dresses can be re-worn just by adding a touch of creativity to it.
Ever had to dump a bridesmaid dress because you were convinced that they couldn't be worn after the wedding they were meant for? What a waste.
We may have experienced those moments when our friend, the bride to be, pulls out your bridesmaid dress, and you struggle not to wince. Well, theres hope after all.
Bridal dresses can be re-worn just by adding a touch of creativity to it. It usually doesn't take much.
Here are a few examples of bridesmaid dresses and accessories for weddings and how they can be re-worn to suit different occassion.
Evening outing: A black metallic swirl lace, Loose dress, along wavy hair and darker makeup can help transform a black lace dress from bridal to cocktail appropriate.
Adding a soft, off-white blazer can help make a simple black dress appropriate for a dinner date or reception
Garden brunch: Strapless dresses in neutral hues are easy to shift from wedding wear to an outdoor event.
An interesting fascinating and embellished sandal can transition any neutral dress into a perfect daytime outfit for a horse race or garden brunch.
Summer party: One of the most versatile fabrics, that has become a popular choice for bridesmaids is the polyester material ,slinky dress that are usually floor length.
You can Try tying or hemming a full-length slinky dress to make it more wearable.
Business casual : A classic A-line silhouette is easy to style or to tailor to create a new effect
Tailoring a skirt can make a huge difference in re-styling a dress.
For a creative hair accessory, try pinning a necklace or brooch into braided hair.