Wearing a Sabyasachi lehenga on their wedding day is very much every Indian bride's dream come true. And why not? The ace couturier rightly knows how to play around with the colour palette and cast a spell with his exceptional craftsmanship and designs. From revamping the classic reds & maroons for those quintessential traditional feels to introducing glamorous greens, ivories, pastels and other unique hues as trending bridal colours, the maestro has literally taken the bridal fashion scene to newer heights with his expert design sensibilities. So much so, that the new-age brides are blindly vouching for his alluring designs.
While it was only recently when we showed you how brides were going gaga over the much-in-hype Lime green Sabyasachi lehenga that Alia wore to Sonam Kapoor's Reception, here's another masterpiece from his 'KesriBai Pannalal collection' that has lured a lot of brides and paved its way into their wedding trousseaus.
Yes, we're talking about this moss green silk lehenga embroidered with silk-floss thread, beaten gold bullion and semi-precious stones. We spotted some of our dazzling real brides sporting it on their wedding day and how beautifully! Drive through and know how each of them styled the lehenga so differently yet looked their best version!
The popular celebrity stylist bride, Sukriti was the first real bride amongst the lot to wear this spectacular moss green Sabyasachi lehenga and also the first to leave us stunned with her bewitching bridal look. Looking like a real maharani, she paired her Sabyasachi creation with authentic temple jewels with guttapusalu details from Sabyasachi, which consisted of an elaborate maang tikka, striking chaand baalis and a layered necklace. Also, not to miss out on her unique white chooda! For the makeup, Marianna Mukuchyan kept it all soft and subtle with a tad bit of glow. She enhanced her face with pink nude lips, flushed cheeks and fluttery lashes. What further added as a cherry on top was her luscious centre-parted locks twisted in a bun further prettified with elegant baby's breath by ace hairstylist Ritika Kadam.
Beautiful bride Shilpa too opted for this striking moss green Sabyasachi creation to wear on her wedding day. She brilliantly paired her ensemble with a remarkable uncut diamond necklace featuring blush pink meena, a pair of jhumkis and a crescent-shaped maang tikka. Matching up with her attire, Shahid Naar gave her well-outlined bold eyes, taupe lips, a clean face and let the hair do the rest of the talking. He pulled her hair into a slightly puffed bun and amped it up with a bunch of flowers. All in all, she made for a breathtakingly beautiful bride.
Dressed in this moss green Sabyasachi lehenga with a double dupatta, Rhea dazzled like a pure diva on her big day. We loved how she fashioned her regal look with an offbeat bib necklace outlined with delicate pearls and beads, a broad maang tikka, a pair of jhumkas and a sleek nath. To deck up her mehndi laden hands, she picked some chunky bangles and a pair of minimalistic yet edgy hath phools, which looked just perfect with her attire. Further acing the aesthetics, she did her hair into a gorgeous floral updo and finished off her look with matte brown smokey eyes, smoked rose lips and a small bindi.
The most recent one to join the brigade, bride Sunanadani too shone like a star on her big day in a moss green Sabyasachi lehenga. She put her hair into a bun with some baby's breaths adornments and wore a glimmering chaandbali maang tikka along. A subtle and dewy makeup, caramel nude lips and kohled eyes topped off her look. However, what further lent a dash of bling to her bridal outfit were her noteworthy jewels that included a bespoke bib necklace, huge statement earrings and a dainty nath.