If you’re a bride-to-be, you can’t miss the Latest Sabyasachi Collection Charbagh and all the fabulous jewellery!
We bring you not just all the gorgeous pieces from the latest Sabyasachi Collection but our take on what works for brides, when and how!
The latest bridalwear and jewellery collection by the maestro Sabyasachi Mukherjee has something for every bride! Inspired by four gardens in bloom – Devi, Nargis, Chowk and Isfahan, each defines a different fashion sensibility and trend.
The Devi Collection
A red bridal lehenga is such a classic and timeless choice that you can simply never go wrong with it!
This red wedding lehenga collection has been aptly called “Devi”. Cos when a bride dresses up in a classic red Sabyasachi lehenga on her big day, with traditional kundan jewellery, kohl eyes and mogra in her hair, she looks nothing less than divine!
So forget about looking cliched and go pair your red wedding lehenga with gold or kundan jewellery – oversized noserings, ornate maangtika and a classy choker for this stunning bridal avatar.
The Devi range is full of options to choose from. Be it heavy zardozi and hand embroidery lehengas to light yet rich brocade lehengas, heavily embroidered deep neck blouses, or full sleeve blouses with minimal work on them.
So if you’re a bride who’s always wanted to wear red on your wedding day, this collection is everything you need to see and go gaga over.
As Sabya puts it, “I don’t think it’s a cliché. I just think it’s beautiful.”
If you’re going to be a summer bride or you love the idea of donning a pastel wedding lehenga, the Nargis collection by Sabyasachi is perfect for you.
This lehenga collection is a reflection of everything pretty and serene – from blooming gardens of rose, jasmine, curcuma and sandal on ivory lehengas to refreshing turquoise and amber lehengas – every piece is a story in itself.
Don’t you love how this lehenga is soothing yet fiercely bold with the Sabyasachi tiger posing on the waist!
And we louuuve the way this antique haar is paired with the refreshing turquoise lehenga and blouse and makes its way through the midriff on to the belly!
From lehengas with ornate tapestry style embroidery to light misty dupattas and statement blouses – if you adore everything floral and pastel, you’re sure to fall in love with this collection.
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Dark, folksy, bold with a touch of rustic Indian charm – if that’s your style, look no further!
Whether you’re planning a winter wedding, or an intimate destination wedding with your near and dear ones, the warm colors and individualistic style of the Chowk collection is brimming with lehengas you’d love to choose from.
Chowk embraces everything folksy and rustic – so you’ll find beautiful patchwork borders and traditional zardozi work on lehengas, angrakha cut blouses, deep neck blouses, kalidar lehengas and beautiful double odhnas.
You’ll also find the occasional modernistic spin on rural textiles – a threadwork chadar fashioned into a cape paired with printed pants – isn’t it perfect to wear to your sister’s reception!
Rich, warm and royal with a muted Mughal and Nizam overdose – that’s the Isfahan collection for you.
Here Sabya plays with melancholic shades on rich regal fabrics. So we see lehengas in pomegranate red, subdued green and faded jamun purple on textures like velvets, organzas, muslins and mul mul.
You’ll find motifs of persian flora and fauna etched in gold zardozi and silver mina work.
What it means for you is an ultimate collection to pick pieces for your winter wedding.
The glamour, glaze and shine of these outfits also make them perfect for your stage performance at your Sangeet.
Whether you’re getting married at a Nizam palace in Hyderabad or a Mughal themed wedding anywhere, look no further than this latest collection by Sabyasachi.
Ask Sabya “Who is the Sabyasachi bride?’ And he’ll say, ‘Everyone’. We look at this wedding collection and it’s diversity and TBH we couldn’t agree more!
Jewellery Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection @sabyasachijewelry
Photo Courtesy: Tarun Khiwal @tarun_khiwal
Location courtesy: City Palace, Karauli @karaulipalace