I confess I've accumulated many sarees over the last many years since marriage.. I got many sarees as gifts for auspicious occasions, from relatives, from both my sides family etc as its a custom to gift clothing to married ladies.. Few sarees I gifted to others, few simple ones I gave to my domestic helps during festival as they expect some gifts.. I got many saree blouses stitched as I like sarees ( though I'm not very comfy wearing saree for long hours).. But my question is how to utilise sarees so that they don't just lie in the cup board? I wear grand sarees for weddings, receptions, family functions etc... Also during festival time if I have to collect Tamboolam from other relatives or neighbourhood ladies homes I'll wear sarees..sometimes during Poojas or temple visit to any big temple. But what do I do the rest of the year when there are no festivals or functions? I'm a home maker right now...but when I approached a couple of companies looking for job , internships etc , I saw ladies in 20s and 30s even 40s age group wearing kurtas, palazzo, western formats, western casuals, salwar , churidars set , ethnic wears jeans, t shirt etc.. Since most office going ladies do not prefer wearing saree, want to know if it's possible for ladies in 20s n 30s to wear saree occasionally to work place and not look out of place or like an "auntie" among younger and same age female colleagues? Or is it better to wear saree only during saree day and ethnics day celebrations in office and blend in with what others wear? Actually I've not worked since many years and with career gap I also don't have much idea about dress codes in private companies.. How to make best use of simple and fancy type sarees so they don't just lie in cup board and go waste? I'm settled in India..I'm not as young as a college fresher neither am I middle aged..so my age is some where in between. ..would appreciate if saree lovers like me share their inputs..