Whether or not you’ve chosen a dress for yourself or your bridal party, we wanted to have some fun and show you a few different ways you can reuse your bridesmaid dress after the big day. At Henkaa, we want to create clothing that can be worn more than one way with the ability to shift through life’s changes while you move along your journey. We believe that there should be no such thing as a “one-time outfit” and are on a mission to start a fashion revolution, one dress at a time. Lets start the fun and check out some great looks with our Convertible Dresses!

Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for…the Office

Take your bridesmaid dress from the aisle, to the office by pairing it with a cardigan, a cute pair of booties, and a Henkaa Chiffon Scarf  to complete the look. Here is Julie wearing our Sakura Convertible Dress in Emerald Green with a Black Chiffon Scarf.



Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for…Brunch with the Girls

Pair your Sakura Dress with your favourite scarf and a pretty brooch to create a look that is casual, yet sophisticated. Have fun with the placement of your brooch to create your own unique look. Here’s Bethany wearing her Magenta Purple Dress with a Fog Grey Convertible Infinity Scarf and a Marquise Wreath Mini Brooch.



Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for…Date Night

Got a hot date tonight? Style your Sakura Dress into a halter with a Gold Coiled Necklace and add a Hana Overlay of your choice. Voila! Grab your favourite pair of heels and strut your stuff, hottie! Here is Leyona wearing our Night Black Sakura Dress with a Honeysuckle Pink Chiffon Overlay.



Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for…Running Errands

Who said dresses always had to be super dressy? Throw on your favourite Henkaa dress and add a big cozy sweater to the mix. Sylvia’s look is a great outfit for cooler weather. The layers go together beautifully while keeping her warm and cozy. Get creative, mix together different colours and textures to achieve your own unique look!


Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for…A Trip Abroad

Ever heard the term “pack light?” Well, your convertible dress will take it to a whole new level. Whether you want to wear it as a shirt or a dress, more casual or more dressy, your Henkaa dress is as flexible as your imagination. Pair it with your favourite jeans for a cute casual look, or throw on a jacket if it’s chilly outside. You’re good to go!


Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for…A Trip to the Farmer’s Market

Grab your comfiest pair of booties, a cute jean jacket, a white shirt, and your Sakura Dress. BAM! You’ve got yourself a great casual outfit for running over to the store and spending the day out and about. Here is Julie wearing our Sakura Dress in Chocolate Brown, with our Grey Nairobi Scarf.


Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for…Showing off your Baby Bump

The great thing about our convertible dresses is that they adapt to every stage of life. Our bodies are constantly changing and we firmly believe that we shouldn’t have to buy a whole new wardrobe with every transition that we face. Look fabulous and stay comfortable while showing off your baby bump. It’s a total win-win!


Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for…Your Christmas Work Party

Susan looks beautiful in our Dove Grey Sakura Dress. We love the way she wrapped a Navy Blue Convertible Sash around her waist to accentuate her curves and give the dress a whole new look. The Queen Teardrop Brooch shines in all it’s glory and looks absolutely stunning. For chillier seasons, you can add our Convertible Sleeves (which also double as a sash!) to cover your shoulders and keep warm.


Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for…Halloween

Yep, that’s right. Get crafty and show off your artistic skills by putting together a totally unique Halloween costume! Play with your choice of bandeaus, brooches, sashes, and convertible sleeves, and give it your best shot. Want to steal Sylvia’s Esmerelda costume? Check out the full blog post here!

Henkaa Convertible Dress used to make a Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame Halloween Costume, great cosplay costume that you can wear again.

This blog post was originally written by Gloria Chik