When it comes to fashion, Bollywood’s leading lady Alia Bhatt has always managed to turn heads and steal the spotlight. Her style choices are not only trendy but also incredibly sustainable. This time, she’s given us another reason to admire her, as she made a stunning fashion statement at the National Film Awards 2023 by re-wearing and repurposing her iconic Sabyasachi wedding sari.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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In April 2022, Alia Bhatt tied the knot with Ranbir Kapoor in a fairytale wedding, and she looked ethereal in her custom-made Sabyasachi sari. Fast forward to the National Film Awards, and Alia decided to give her bridal attire a chic makeover. She elegantly draped the sari, paired it with a gorgeous pearl choker and studs, turning it into a trend-setting ensemble. Alia’s decision to re-wear her wedding sari sends a powerful message about sustainability and cherishing memorable moments. Instead of relegating her stunning bridal attire to the back of her closet, she found a way to make it relevant again. This kind of thoughtful fashion choice is becoming increasingly important.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The National Film Awards ceremony isn’t just about recognizing cinematic excellence; it’s also a showcase of the Indian film industry’s style and grace. Alia’s fashion statement has not only wowed the fans but also created a buzz in the fashion industry. It serves as an inspiration for brides-to-be who are looking for ways to repurpose their wedding outfits.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Alia’s eco-conscious approach to fashion is something that many in the industry are now actively embracing. In a world where fast fashion often prevails, the reimagining and repurposing of iconic pieces like this Sabyasachi sari can serve as a model for sustainable fashion practices.