Women Are Recycling And Reusing Their Wedding Dresses In Amazing Ways

Choosing the perfect gown for the big day is something that many women dream about, but what about once it’s all over? Many have ended up pushed to the back of the closet, but some women are recycling and reusing their wedding dresses in amazing ways.

Off-White Gowns

One of the best ways to make use of wedding dresses after the big day is to opt for something off-white. At least, that’s what Sophie Pollard did. She opted for a cheap blue dress that was covered in sunflowers. Now, she even wears the outfit to work.

Women Are Recycling And Reusing Their Wedding Dresses In Amazing Ways

Changing Color

Although Lucy Morgan walked down the aisle in a white gown, she now steps out of the house in a green dress instead. Why? Lucy decided that after her divorce. She wanted to use it again. Apparently, she feels that the change in color helps showcase her new growth and her brand new life.

 

An Annual Event

Some people where their wedding dresses once in their life. However, Catherine O’Nolan makes sure that she wears hers every year on her anniversary. Yes, the wedding dress has been on a plane, used for yard work, and even on a dog walk. Catherine says most people don’t even look.

Women Are Recycling And Reusing Their Wedding Dresses In Amazing Ways

Halloween Inspiration

Rachel Falkner has seen many wedding dresses get cast aside. Now, her gown was starting to turn yellow. Rather than letting it go to waste, Rachel gifted the dress to her daughter so she could dress up as the Corpse Bride for Halloween. Although many of her friends were shocked, Rachel says she loved the look.

While many of us think that wedding dresses can only have one lease of life, it turns out there are many ways that we can recycle and reuse our gowns. After all, many women have already thought of creative ways to bring theirs back to life.