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Revamp Your Closet Workshop

Date : Sat February 23, 2019 Time : Starts at 11:00 AM - Ends at 2:00 PM Available Seats : 40
Location : IIFT North Delhi Campus - Fashion Designing Institute- 6, Gujranwala Town Part-II,Near Bijli Apartments, Nanak Piau Gurudwara Road, SBI Colony, Derawal Nagar, Gujranwala Town, Delhi, 110009
In today’s time we all need to look different than what we looked yesterday and in this ever changing race of trends it’s also important to keep up with the times so revamping closet is a very necessary step for this. The favourite dresses that are worn out are often discarded. All of us often...Read More
Sat February 23, 2019
Starts at 11:00 AM - Ends at 2:00 PM
Available Seats : 40
New Delhi
Member Price INR 600 (inclusive of all taxes)
Non Member Price INR 1000 (inclusive of all taxes)

In today’s time we all need to look different than what we looked yesterday and in this ever changing race of trends it’s also important to keep up with the times so revamping closet is a very necessary step for this. The favourite dresses that are worn out are often discarded. All of us often tend to have fashion favourites but as the time passes the favourite looks get out dated and often are not very great in fitting anymore so what can be done now ?

Here are ways of recreating and modifying fashion from the same loved and old favourites:

  1. Recreate outfits of mothers or grandparents in a modern way-  something very unique and trendy can be made from these worn out outfits. You can recreate these outfits by making a saree into a scarf or by creating a georgette kaftan dress from a worn out saree. The old sarees can also be used for making a loose cape/shrug which is currently very much in fashion.
  2. Make Hair bands from worn out tops- These days turban style head gear is very trending, so you can make these by pulling the sleeves of your tops to turn towards the back and tie them in a way with which it looks like a turban.
  3. Making tops out of an old dress- an old favourite dress that’s out dated but too dear to you needs not be discarded but you can do a lot to it. You can cut it’s upper bodice for making a regular of crop top as per your wish, the hem line from the cut side can be stitched inwards for giving an even look.
  4. Making appliqué work for a new outfit- if you love an old outfit but there seems nothing that can be done to reuse, modify or recreate then you can simply cut motifs out the outfit and stitch it to your denims, tops or dresses and create a whole new look in an outfit by using an old one. Plain bags can also be recreated in this way.
  5. Patch work in new outfits-if you’re looking for a really trendy way to look different then patch work is a very stylish trend which is totally out of the box in terms of fashion. Patch work means just an amalgamation of patches of different fabric stitched together at one place. Old blouses or worn out dresses which can’t be modified to make use can be used for cutting patches out of them to stitch them on your current favourite looks like denims, tops, dresses and even bags.
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