Old is Gold 5 Ways to Reuse Heirloom Sarees Most heirloom sarees are heavy and you can wear it as it is pair it with something more contemporary and flowy or use parts of it as home or fashion accessories 1 Colourful Contemporary Ensemble If the saree is in perfect condition pick a crushed silk flowy lehenga and drape the colourful stiff saree like a dupatta or odhni Team it with a halter or full sleeve blouse depending on your body shape and you have a colourful contemporary ensemble 2 Classic Sherwani If only the border is fine use it alongwith parts of the saree to create a Sherwani Wear it with a churidar and plain crushed silk or net dupatta chiffon and georgette would be mismatched with heavy sarees for a classic look 3 Fun Jholas If you have limited fabric make a Jhola bag Team it with a trendy silk kurta and your mom s jewellery for a fun look 4 Big Beautiful Batwas Again if you have less fabric create a big beautiful batwa to wear with your lehenga choli You can even use the fabric to make comfortable mojris And if you re wondering which designer will make mojris and batwas with your family s old fabrics here s my advice Don t waste time going to big designers or stores There are many small shoe bag shops in places like Linking Road who are highly versatile and more creative than anyone else 5 Style your Home Make those heirlooms a part of your Home Frame them on your wall or use the soft feel sarees as bed spreads Or use parts of the fabric as cushion covers

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Old is Gold: 5 Ways to Reuse Heirloom Sarees-
Most heirloom sarees are heavy, and you can wear it as it is, pair it with something more contemporary and flowy or use parts of it as home or fashion accessories.

1. Colourful & Contemporary Ensemble
If the saree is in perfect condition, pick a crushed silk flowy lehenga, and drape the colourful stiff saree like a dupatta or odhni. Team it with a halter or full-sleeve blouse depending on your body shape, and you have a colourful & contemporary ensemble.

2. Classic Sherwani
If only the border is fine, use it alongwith parts of the saree to create a Sherwani. Wear it with a churidar, and plain crushed silk or net dupatta (chiffon and georgette would be mismatched with heavy sarees) for a classic look.

3. Fun Jholas.
If you have limited fabric, make a Jhola bag. Team it with a trendy silk kurta and your mom’s jewellery for a fun look.

4. Big & Beautiful Batwas.
Again if you have less fabric create a big & beautiful batwa to wear with your lehenga choli. You can even use the fabric to make comfortable mojris. And if you’re wondering which designer will make mojris and batwas with your family’s old fabrics, here’s my advice. Don’t waste time going to big designers or stores. There are many small shoe/ bag shops in places like Linking Road who are highly versatile and more creative than anyone else.

5. Style your Home
Make those heirlooms a part of your Home. Frame them on your wall or use the soft-feel sarees as bed spreads. Or use parts of the fabric as cushion covers.

Old is Gold: 5 Ways to Reuse Heirloom Sarees- Most heirloom sarees are heavy, and you can wear it as it is, pair it with something more contemporary and flowy or use parts of it as home or fashion accessories. 1. Colourful & Contemporary Ensemble If the saree is in perfect condition, pick a crushed silk flowy lehenga, and drape the colourful stiff saree like a dupatta or odhni. Team it with a halter or full-sleeve blouse depending on your body shape, and you have a colourful & contemporary ensemble. 2. Classic Sherwani If only the border is fine, use it alongwith parts of the saree to create a Sherwani. Wear it with a churidar, and plain crushed silk or net dupatta (chiffon and georgette would be mismatched with heavy sarees) for a classic look. 3. Fun Jholas. If you have limited fabric, make a Jhola bag. Team it with a trendy silk kurta and your mom’s jewellery for a fun look. 4. Big & Beautiful Batwas. Again if you have less fabric create a big & beautiful batwa to wear with your lehenga choli. You can even use the fabric to make comfortable mojris. And if you’re wondering which designer will make mojris and batwas with your family’s old fabrics, here’s my advice. Don’t waste time going to big designers or stores. There are many small shoe/ bag shops in places like Linking Road who are highly versatile and more creative than anyone else. 5. Style your Home Make those heirlooms a part of your Home. Frame them on your wall or use the soft-feel sarees as bed spreads. Or use parts of the fabric as cushion covers.

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