by Raj Desai | 2/28/22
All products listed were in stock and priced as shown at the time this was written. Dulhan may be compensated for some of the following recommendations.
There’s a pivotal moment in the life of every South Asian that, in the eyes of our parents, officially marks our transition into adulthood. It’s not when you turn 18. Not when you become financially independent. DEFINITELY not when you get married or have kids.
No. The moment that *truly* marks your passage into adulthood is when your parents give you everything you’ve ever left in their house.
Diplomas. Old sweaters. Childhood books. When you get these crinkled, aged, musty possessions back, your parents are officially acknowledging that you are, at long last, an adult.
Along with all of your childhood possessions getting dumped at your doorstep comes your South Asian wardrobe. Western parents reclaim old bedrooms to make home gyms. South Asian parents reclaim closets to hoard a year’s supply of dal and atta (flour).
Now you’re left to face a new dilemma: how are you going to store your lehengas, saris and suits?! Do it with garment bags, boxes, and sari sleeves.
These are perfect for your fancy clothes because A) they protect your nicer formal wear from discoloration and damage, and B) they help compress bulky clothes and preserve closet space for everything else you’ve thrown in there (*clears throat* shoes).
Enjoy your official foray into adulthood with this roundup of storage options for your South Asian wardrobe.
A breathable mesh bag to transport and store your bridal outfit.
A polka dotted box that’s as cute as it is useful.
A striped pattern so pretty you won’t want to hide it on a closet shelf.
A pink hanging garment bag to match your pink lehenga.
A 6 pack of gold sari sleeves for your saris, kurtis, and dupattas.
See-through bags so you can quickly find the outfit you’re looking for. Comes in a pack of 5, 10, and 15.
A vibrant storage bag you can use for a bulky lehenga or multiple saris.
Eco-friendly cotton storage bags that come in a pack of 2, 4, and 6.
Hanging garment bags that are perfect for sherwanis.
Buttoned cotton sleeves for lightweight outfits and dupattas.
A 3-pack of gold sari bags that are as pretty as the clothes you’ll store inside.
Large garment boxes with windows to help you see everything you put inside, not just what’s on top.
An ikat patterned garment bag that comes with 10 sari sleeves.
A bandhani patterned garment box that comes in a variety of vibrant colors.
A 3-pack of purple garment boxes big enough to house your wedding wear.
A 6-pack of windowed garment boxes that are big enough to store an entire wedding season’s worth of clothes.
A 3-pack that can store up to 12 saris in one box.
Content strategist and UX writer who’s been researching and writing about weddings for 5 years. Addicted to Netflix, dirty martinis, and naps.
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