Saris are considered evergreen for good reason! Theyre super versatile and can be used to make completely new outfits easily. Were here with three ways to revamp an old sari and sport it in a completely different way.Convert Into An Anarkali Or LehengaAn anarkali or lehenga requires about five meters of fabric and most saris are made of at least five-and-a-half meters. So if you want to convert your sari into a silhouette youll wear more often, an anarkali or lehenga will make optimal use of your sari fabric. All youll need to get is fabric for your blouse (in case of a lehenga) and some fabric for lining.Image Source: Pinterest/Pernias Pop-Up ShopAdd Finishing TouchesOld saris may tend to lose their finishing, especially towards the hems. To fix this and wear your saris without damaging them further, you can add some finishing touches to revamp any old sari. Add silk piping or an embroidered lace at the hem for damage control and a chic look. For heavily embroidered saris, you can also add a soft net layer at the pallu to safeguard any embellishments or zari threads from coming undone.Image Source:Instagram/prernastylefileA Suit TransformationFor an unexpected edge, convert your sari into a suit. A traditional fabric in a modern silhouette will make the outfit perfect for traditional and Western looks equally. Saris made of silk or cotton blends can be great options as they will hold the shape of a suit a lot better than a flowy fabric like chiffon.Image Source: Pinterest/Payal KhandwalaWe hope these tips will help breathe new life into your saris!