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India and Pakistan are divided by borders, people and politicians, but it stays united by fashion. It won't be wrong to say that Indian brides love Pakistani shararas as much as Pakistani brides love Indian lehengas and sarees. Pakistani outfits hold a special place in Indian women's hearts. Similarly, Pakistani women love Indian lehenga, suits and sarees, especially the designs of ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee is a go-to designer for brides from Pakistan. They all love the beauty of Sabyasachi lehengas and the way expert artisans design them with loads of love and put in hours of work. We stumbled upon gorgeous Pakistani brides who chose to wear the designer, Sabyasachi's magnificent lehengas on their wedding day.
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We loved how this Pakistani bride chose the crimson red-hued lehenga from Sabyasachi's bridal collection. The floral zari-work featured on her lehenga skirt, and she wore a matching sweetheart neckline blouse. She styled her outfit with double dupattas. The bride's look was completed with a maang teeka, a choker neckpiece, and statement earrings.
Another Pakistani bride who stunned in Sabyasachi lehenga, is Michelle Adil, who is a Pilate Instructor. She donned the gorgeous kali lehenga in red and orange. She styled her look with double dupattas. She draped her one dupatta over her shoulder as a shawl, and another was pinned over her head. Subtle highlighted makeup and jewellery added the needed glam to her look.
Another Pakistani bride, who won our hearts with her lehenga, is Saman Fahad Kiani. She looked nothing less than an iconic Pakistani bride donning the famous Indian designer, Sabyasachi's lehenga. She gave a unique touch to her lehenga by opting for a high bun. A Pakistani choker with a long haar and maang teeka completed her look.
The magic of Sabyasachi is not just cast over the common people, but Pakistani politician, Maryam Nawaz's daughter-in-law, Ayesh Nawaz also fell in love with the designer's outfits. She chose a floral Sabyasachi lehenga for her nikaah in 2021. We loved the way she styled her peach floral lehenga with a matching potli.
Another Pakistani bride, who proved Sabyasachi Mukherjee is not just famous in India, but also across the borders. Rameen Malik said qubool hai to the man of her dream in a multi-coloured lehenga from Sabyasachi's collection. Her lehenga featured beautiful orange, green and red hues. It had a panelled lehenga skirt with green-hued choli and an orange-coloured dupatta
In the times when monotone lehengas are a hit, a Pakistani bride picked a contrasting lehenga from Sabyasachi's collection. She looked gorgeous in a green-toned lehenga skirt with zari work. She styled her look with a red-coloured sweetheart neck choli and an orange-toned dupatta.
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We loved how this Pakistani bride picked a unique toned lehenga from Sabyasachi's collection. The ace designer is known for designing heavy traditional lehengas. However, it was a refreshing lehenga colour that we spotted on a bride. The bride looked stunning as she styled her monotone lehenga with gold bangles and kaleeras.
This Pakistani bride left our jaws dropped in a unique lehenga from Sabyasachi Mukherjee. For her mehendi ceremony the bride opted for a gulabi lehenga with floral jaal work all over it. We loved her dupatta drape that looks super easy to handle while dancing with your man. She kept her look subtle with a choker, matching earrings and a maang teeka.
We loved this Pakistani bride and her unique blue-hued velvet lehenga. She picked the outfit for her nikaah and left us in awe. Her outfit had floral jaal embroidery, and it featured double dupattas. She draped her velvet dupatta as a saree on her shoulder and a sheer dupatta pinned over her head. Her look was completed with an oversized jhoomar.
For the mehendi ceremony, the brideopted for Sabyasachi Mukherjee's lehenga. The bride looked stunning in multicoloured geometric prints. She had styled her look with an uncut gemstone neckpiece, oversized jhumkis and a sheesh patti. She was dolled up with highlighted dewy sheen makeup and pink lips.
It looks like Pakistani brides are experimenting more when it comes to picking Sabyasachi's pretty lehengas from his ethereal collection. We loved how this bride donned a floral glitery green-hued lehenga. Her outfit featured a flared skirt with u-neck choli and a yellow-toned sheer dupatta. The bride completed her look with a green choker, a long haar, matching earrings and a maang teeka.
This monotone red threadwork lehenga is still a hit in India. We had seen many brides including Priyanka Chopra wearing it on her D-day. The Pakistani bride looked stunning as she wore it on her nikaah day. She kept her look subtle with double and matching potli. Another highlight of her look was her makeup which made her look more sensuous.
We love another Pakistani bride, who opted for a yellow and red-hued floral lehenga for her mehendi ceremony. She styled it with a mehendi green-coloured dupatta which had glitter detailing. She accentuated her look with contrasting flower hoops. Subtle makeup with a sleek low bun adorned with real flowers completed her look.
Pakistani brides are a loyal Sabyasachi lovers as they have donned the most unusual colours from his collection. We loved how this Pakistani bride stunned in a yellow-hued floral jaal lehenga from Sabyasachi for her mehendi ceremony. She dolled up in a statement earrings. Her radiant makeup and neat hairstyle added the necessary oomph factor.
We loved how this Pakistani bride styled her green-hued lehegna which featured multicoloured threadwork and gotta patti. She looked mesmerising double dupattas. She accessorised her look with a haar, matching earrings, and a matha patti. She kept her makeup dewy pink with golden eyeshadow and pink-toned lips.
We loved these Pakistani brides and the way they took the Sabyasachi lehengas a level up. Which one was your favourite?
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