10 Gorgeous Sabyasachi Bridal Outfits to Die For
When you talk about opulent and traditional bridal wear, the name that comes to our mind is Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The man has redefined bridal fashion in India with the use of unusual fabrics juxtaposed with brilliant embellishments that create a riot of colors and textures which are a treat to the eyes. Not surprisingly, he is one of the most sought after designers for Indian brides, designing lehengas, sarees and anarkali suits for their big day. Here is a look at some of the most riveting Sabyasachi bridal outfits in the recent times.
This Sabyasachi bridal outfit beautifully fuses the traditional Benarasi saree with some brilliant embroidery work that somehow lend it such a unique appeal, despite the base pink saree being common in the silk saree circuit. It is also amazing the way he has paired the pink saree with a red blouse and used patchwork intelligently to create such a gorgeous ensemble.
Red and Gold Galore
Despite the use of regular traditional colors like red and gold, this Sabyasachi bridal outfit stands out for its intricate embellishments and elaborate threadwork. Also enhancing the beauty is the raw silk fabric under all that gold that gives the outfit a character that would be hard to get with regular silk.
Rich Red and Orange Gota Lehenga
When the master himself poses with one of his pieces, you should know that it is special. This heavy and luxurious lehenga stands out for its opulent golden embroidery and gota work all over its body. Definitely heavy, this category of Sabyasachi bridal outfits is only fit for the queen.
Peach Shimmering Lehenga
Doesn’t every bride envision to be surrounded by shimmer and shine on her big day? This Sabyasachi bridal outfit is just perfect to fulfill her dreams. With all over sequin embroidery on the lehenga and the choli, this bridal outfit will add a lot of sparkle to your overall look on your wedding day! What’s more, the peach net dupatta beautifully offsets all the gold and makes it an outfit worth lusting after!
Mint Green Anarkali Suit
Mint green is not really a color that one associates with weddings, but Sabyasachi has worked his magic with this outfit in such a way that you would dream of having a summer wedding just so that you can wear this outfit. Perfect for an event in the outdoors, this dress is a good mix of elegance and poise. What’s not to love about the color and embellishments?
Gold All the Way
Who said an all gold outfit can make the outfit look monotonous? In this Sabyasachi bridal outfit, the ace designer combines various shades of gold in different textures and adorns each layer with a different embellishment that the end result is eye-catching. Incorporating a jacket style choli into the ensemble, Sabya has given Indian brides a whole new bridal wear goal with this dress.
Red Elephant Motif Lehenga
Elephants have forever been associated with India and are almost equated to India’s culture and heritage. We think it is a masterstroke by the designer to bring in this motif in his bridal outfit because now every bride is making a beeline for the ‘elephant lehenga’. It does not just set you apart from the crowd, but will also make your wedding look the talk of the town!
Lavish Oxblood and Gold Lehenga
Deepika Padukone made waves on the internet when she appeared on a magazine cover in this ravishing Sabyasachi bridal outfit. We love the way it brings together rich gold color with deep oxblood interspersed with beautiful gold details all over.
Royal Orange and Blue Lehenga
The way the bride is twirling will give you an idea about how happy she is with her Sabyasachi bridal outfit. Studded with golden sequins and embellishments, the orange and blue velvet lehenga is on our love list because of the sheer beauty of the color combination.
Fuchsia and Blue Traditional Lehenga
One more color combination that is unconventional but nonetheless striking. The pink brocade choli is paired with the blue paneled lehenga that is adorned all over with silver zardosi butis. We love the striking contrast and the flattering silhouettes of the bridal ensemble. We think it will make for a great choice for a reception, when teamed with a pink dupatta, what do you say?
Image credit: Sabyasabhi Mukherjee’s Instagram