By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
Wedding season is here, and social media is abuzz with mesmerising pictures from Indian weddings. And, most importantly, the internet is flooded with the oh-so-gorgeous brides, who stole the show at their weddings with their unique wedding ensembles. From heavily embroidered lehengas to threadwork sarees, and sequinned Indo-western ensembles, the brides are stealing our hearts with their every look.
However, not every bride likes to go overboard for their special day. Over the years, we have seen the brides opting for a minimalistic look to ace their style on their D-Day. Moreover, when it comes to wedding ensembles, Sabyasachi Mukherjee always remains every bride's favourite designer. Time and again, Sabyasachi Mukherjee has proved that he is the king of the wedding world, and his designs are aspired to revive and give due respect to the refinement of Indian fabrics. Here are some Sabyasachi brides, who had opted for minimalistic lehenga on their wedding.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s bride, Simran Bathija had opted for a minimal rusty-gold lehenga with intricate embroidery work on the blouse. She had paired her outfit along with a simple floral dupatta and it had a golden border around it. The bride had accentuated her look by accessorising it with a broad kundan choker, which had pearl-shaped red stones dangling at its edges. Along with it, she had worn a maang teeka, jhumkis, a semi-stoned nath, golden bangles and kaleere. The bride's entire jewellery set was in the tone of golden and green.
The gorgeous bride, Aniza Parveen had raised the fashion standards high for every bride by opting for a pistachio-green lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her ensemble had featured a half-sleeved choli with a lehenga skirt. Aniza had wisely chosen her jewellery and it had added more grace to her ensemble. She had donned a choker Sabyaschi neckpiece with simple earrings and a minimalist maang teeka.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee's bride, Sunpreet had chosen the bridal colour of ‘red’ for her wedding and the best part was that her lehenga had thin, simple, horizontal zari work on it with zero embroideries! Her simple, almost polka-dotted choli and red and golden dupatta with zari-work on it had totally made us swoon! Sunpreet had complemented her wedding attire with chooda, haath phool, moon-shaped maang teeka, nath and a heavy chocker on her neck.
The Sabyasachi bride, Bhavani Patel had opted for a minimalistic lehenga for her big day and had absolutely nailed her bridal look. Her plain red lehenga with thick gold borders on the hemline had added a regal touch to her look. Moreover, she had completed her look with stone-studded jewellery which had included a nath, a three-tiered neckpiece and matching jhumkas. She had exuded suhagan vibes by accentuating her look with a red bindi and sindoor.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee's bride, Parnia Goyal had donned a beautiful ensemble which had included a minimalistic lehenga with a matching blouse and a double dupatta. Her beige-coloured outfit had featured light gold embroidery all over it. The bride had accentuated her outfit with a pop of emerald green jewellery. She had accessorised her look with a matha patti, two neckpieces and a nath. Her look was completed with dewy sheen makeup and pink-toned blush.
Sabyasachi bride, Kiran Chatha had won our hearts with her wedding ensemble and had taken her bridal game a step up by opting for matching jewellery. For the wedding day, Kiran had picked Sabyasachi Mukherjee's rani pink lehenga with his signature floral embroidery all over it. Along with it, she had donned exactly matching chooda and minimalistic kaleeras. She had accentuated her look with a choker neckpiece with matching earrings and a maang teeka.
The bride, Priyanka Parkash had donned a minimalistic red lehenga from the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and had left us awestruck by her regal aura. She had completed her look with heavy gold jewellery which had included a maang teeka, two neckpieces, and a pair of earrings. Priyanka's bridal look doesn't fall under the category of 'society approved' norms of how a bride should look on her wedding day and despite that, she had looked gorgeous.
The bride, Irshita Jain had opted for a minimalistic rani pink-coloured lehenga with intricate embroidery in gold. She had flaunted her unique diamond jewellery and had accentuated her look by accessorising it with a diamond maang teeka which had red and green stones and white pearls. Along with the maang teeka, Irshita had donned a diamond necklace, diamond bangles and a minimalistic diamond nath with unique green stones on it. The bride had completed her look with pink-toned blush, smokey eyes, pink bindi and lipstick.
The gorgeous bride, Saachi Rajpal had opted for a rani pink lehenga with a double dupatta. She had opted for a net dupatta on her head and a unique Rajasthani style dupatta with a tint of green. The bride's look was completed with a choker neckpiece with green drops, matching earrings and a borla (Rajasthani style maang teeka). She had flaunted her chooda and looked no less than a princess.
The bride, Shaneez Mohinani had opted for Sabyasachi Mukherjee's gorgeous red lehenga for her grand wedding. She had looked pretty in her red Rajputana poshak for her wedding in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Shaneez had paired her lehenga with a semi-sleeved choli and two dupattas. She had accessorised her look with a statement choker neckpiece, matching earrings, a maang teeka, bangles, and a nath.
Time and again, we have seen brides ditching the heavily-embroidered lehenga and opting for a minimalistic look. Well, these brides are the proof that all the bridal outfits are unique in their own beautiful way, and we are definitely in love with them!