11 brides who gave a second life to their wedding dresses
Categories: FashionBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/11-brides-who-gave-a-second-life-to-their-wedding-dresses.html
Many brides are concerned about the question of what to do with the wedding dress after the celebration. Of course, you can sell it or just hang it in a closet, but, you see, these decisions are rather banal. And the outfit is so beautiful that many girls want to put it on again. And this is possible only in one case - if you alter the dress. See how these brides gave their wedding dresses a second life.
(Total 11 photos)
1. Christina T.
The girl asked the seamstress to rip off the lining of the dress, and then she dyed the lace and lining separately and gave it to the seamstress again to cut off the length and sew the lining to the lace dress.
In this case, the mistress of the dress shortened it and added a bright belt and piping.
The dress was repainted in an elegant steel color at home.
“Painted” the dress with splashes of paint and created a new silhouette.
5. Christina D.
Complimented with a fluffy tulle skirt with a denim shirt.
Turned a flowing bohemian-chic dress into a casual dress by shortening it.
I shortened the dress, dyed it and hand painted it with flowers.
She turned her wedding dress into a cocktail dress by shortening and dyeing it.
Turned a vintage dress into a cocktail dress, dyed it fuchsia and shortened it.
I turned to my mother for help, who not only altered the dress, but also made a clutch out of it.
I altered my mother's vintage wedding dress into my daughter's wedding dress.