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4 Sabyasachi Lehenga Styles Through The Ages

Lehengas designed by Sabyasachi

Weddings in India are often celebrated as an opulent and majestic affair. To make this one-day of their life as memorable and heavenly as possible, the couples make sure every aspect of their wedding signs a signature tune and attracts attention besides celebrating the love they cherish for each other.

The decor, the food, the venue, and the attire all has got to be special and dreamy. Further, when it comes down to bridal wedding attire, Sabyasachi is one name that resonates best with Indian brides.

The relation Sabyasachi shares with Indian brides is acclaimed and piquant. The couture house goes beyond the realm of commonly celebrated styling norms and voguish trends to highlight the fashion choices of the brides and add colors to her fairy-tale wedding.

Based out of Calcutta, Sabyasachi works under the shadow of renowned fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The designer seems to be well acquainted with the rich culture and heritage of India as he experiments with several elements and designs to bring out the best of Indian culture in his pieces.

Each Sabyasachi Lehenga paints an alluring picture and narrates the story of bygone charm and panache. Sabyasachi picked the ancient Indian designs and embroidery crafts that other designers left behind in their race towards modern trends and ruling vogues and drafted a wholly different wedding fashion narrative.

To stay relevant in contemporary times, Sabyasachi also ensures to add the quintessential amount of glitz and glam to his pieces. And hence the aesthetic, nostalgia, poetic tones, and mystic vibrance exuded by Sabyasachi ensembles are irresistible.

Further continuing with the couture tale of Sabyasachi Lehengas, here are some imposing Lehenga the designer created over the years –

1. The Dil-Guldasta Lehenga From Sabyasachi 2018 Autumn Couture Line –

The charm of Sabyasachi Bridal Lehengas elates both the real-life brides and Bollywood brides alike. In fact, Sabyasachi is considered the favorite pick of B-town brides, and they swear by the designer’s idea of perfect bridal attire.

The Dil-Guldasta lehenga was worn by Deepika Padukone for one of her post-wedding parties and almost instantly the brides all over fell in love with the ensemble.

Soon the Dil-Guldasta Lehenga began to be regarded as one of the most whimsical, authentic, and vivid designs of Sabyasachi. Elaborate thread work in red, green, and pink defined the floral design of the lehenga. Made out of Bordeaux silk, this lehenga features gold and silver thread work, hand-dyed appliques, silk-floss.

To render a glamorous appeal to the lehenga rose-tinted crystals and rhinestones are embedded in it. The Lehenga comes with a diaphanous, sheer, and embroidered dupatta which gives a dreamy, sheen, and prestigious vibes.

Deepika wore this Dil-Guldasta lehenga with Polki and emerald choker, matching earrings, and gold Kadas. To give regal leverage to her looks, Deepika brought it together with a crown braid decorated with red roses and midnight blue smokey eyes with nude lips.

2. The Moss Green Lehenga For The Colorful Brides –

The stunning Moss Green Lehenga belongs to the ‘KesariBai Pannalal’ collection of Sabyasachi. Over the past few years, this Lehenga has attracted dedicated patronage in the wedding fashion market and found itself a place in many real bride’s trousseaus.

This Sabyasachi lehenga design features beautiful silk-floss thread embroidery, beaten gold bullion, and semi-precious stones embedded in it. Among the many real brides who donned this moss green lehenga on their D-day, the celebrity stylist bride Sukriti Grover was the first one.

Sukriti sported the majestic Moss green lehenga from Sabyasachi with elegance and panache and effortlessly rendered some serious bridal look goals for the brides to take inspiration from.

To give a royal touch to her wedding day look, Sukriti added the authentic temple jewels with Guttapusalu detailing from Sabyasachi’s Heritage Jewelry collection.

Her jewelry consisted of an oversized and elaborate Maang Tikka, dangling Chaand Balis, and a two-layered necklace. To enhance her facial features she went for pink nude lips, fluttery lashes, and flushed cheeks keeping her makeup to the minimal.

What further prettified her looks was her hairstyle, center-parted locks twisted together in a bun allowed her to look dreamy and gorgeous.

3. Alia Bhatt’s Neon Lime Green Lehenga –

One can remember this Neon Lime Green Lehenga from 2018 when Alia Bhatt splendidly appeared in this ensemble for Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s wedding reception. This was her first public appearance with beau Ranbir Kapoor and the actress attracted quite a few glances for her stunning looks and equally stunning Sabyasachi lehenga.

The lehenga is created out of fine silk and organza. The main highlight of this Sabyasachi lehenga Alia Bhatt wore was its intricate hand embroidery with floral motifs in elegant silver thread work.

The Lehenga comes with a round-necked and half-sleeved blouse that gives its wearer a refined look. The sheer Dupatta of the lehenga matches the color of the lehenga and features detailed borders.

To make a statement in this neon lime green lehenga, Alia opted for jewelry from Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection.

To keep her look minimal, Alia ditched earrings and went for a statement choker and a matching maang-tikka. To complete the look she kept her hair half-up, half-down, opted for soft smokey eyes, dewy base, and caramel glossy lipstick.

4. Sabyasachi Isfahan Collection –

Isfahan is one of four collections of Charbagh bridal collections launched by Sabyasachi in 2019. Sabyasachi’s Charbagh bridal collection talks of distinctive trends and sensibilities and created room for every bride out there aspiring to wear Sabyasachi on her D-day. Isfahan in particular talks of flamboyant hues of Islamic art and drives inspiration from Islamic heritage.

The collection features the royal costumes that are often a combination of muslins, velvet, organza, and mulmul. With this collection, Sabyasachi introduced mid and half-tone colors into the wedding palette.

Faded Jamun replaces the Indian purple, Fuchsia to pomegranate, and bright Feroza comes with a tint of patina. The attires in the collection features gold and silver Zardozi work, and specks of mina in silk-floss. What further accentuates the collection and makes it a perfect wedding day pick is the bygone royalty it so beautifully talks of.

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