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STYLE INSPIRATION- BRIDESMAID DRESS REMIX X ONE DRESS MANY WAYS

Good day lovelies, i seriously cant be MIA, what happened to my resolutions? I have been attending seminars, interviews and putting stuffs together to improve my blog for you my amiable readers.
During weddings and ceremonies here in Nigeria, we tend to look our best, there is always a dress code called the 'asoebi'. In weddings the brides always have her train. we Nigerians are very colorful and fashionable. This post is intended to show you how to RECYCLE and REUSE.

You know that moment where you cant say no to a dear friend, If she ask you to be on her train. You spend a fortune to look your best and also get this uniform dress the bridesmaids wear. It can really be painful if you spent a fortune to acquire the dress and dont get to wear them anymore. I was inspired by tanesha of www.girlwithcurves.com  never to do away with such dresses, HERE is what she did with hers.
This is what I did with mine :
Remixed bridal dress, remixed with a nice top tied to the side.



Remixed with jeans jacket tied to the front.
 
The original bridesmaid  dress. 

Tanesha of girlwithcurves, that was how she remixed hers. 

which of my styles do you like?  with this few tips, am sure you can recreate your own style.         
TIPS ON HOW TO REMIX YOUR BRIDAL DRESS
  • You can cut them to form something else
  • You can accessorize with nice jewelries
  • You can use a statement belt
  • You can pair them with other fabrics such as your crop top, jacket, muffler, just as i have done in this post.                                                                                                        







Comments

  1. wow this is great, i have some of these bridal gowns that i can never wear on a normal day.

    ezechimereuchenna.blogspot.com

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  2. The dress is beautiful, new to your blog, lovely
    Shana-Style

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  3. very creative, i have too many of such dress, now i dont have to discard them. tanx

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  4. Thanks for the compliments, your welcome on board joy

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  5. Nyc concept. Me likey

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  6. that purple is awesome

    my blog here www.Islandchic77.com

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  7. Lovely dress.
    The first look is superb!

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  8. I love the second look. Nice
    www.fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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  9. Your Blog is very nice and your bridesmaid dresses are awesome. i liked, your very beautiful word we Nigerians are very colorful and fashionable.

    say my vows

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