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Whenever the word 'wedding' comes to our mind, the laal shaadi ka joda for the bride is what immediately pops into our thought process. However, over time, the stereotypical red outfit for the wedding is almost fading out from the bride-to-be's list. Nowadays, we are witnessing an ample amount of brides, who look no less than a queen on their D-Day, experimenting with various colours. Some brides even try to style their wedding outfits or opt for one which comes with a mix and match of the old red tone along with new patterns or designs in their ensembles.
And for all of these wishes of the brides worldwide, one designer who is well-acclaimed for his unique designs along with connectivity with the Indian roots is none other than Sabyasachi Mukherjee. He is known as s designer who can read the brides' minds and customise ensembles according to their dreams. One such bride, who had opted for a fairytale wedding couture from Sabyasachi's bridal collection, was Akansha Kumar. She had looked absolutely royal at her wedding in Australia!
The bride, Akansha Kumar had looked absolutely ethereal in her wedding couture from the shelves of Sabyasachi Mukherjee, for her wedding in Melbourne, Australia. She had dazzled in a peach-milk lehenga adorned with hand-embroidered hariyali design by a silk-floss thread all over it. To make the lehenga look top-notch, the designer had added golden heritage zardosi borders, and it had made the then bride's outfit edgy.
Along with her lehenga, Akansha had amped her look with the heavily embellished matching semi-sleeved blouse with a plunging neckline. The plants and leafy motifs on the blouse, along with mirror work on the sleeves and the neck hemline did full justice to her look. In addition, she had teamed her lehenga with an organza dupatta, adorned with gota patti work and a matching zardosi border.
The bride exuded her Hindu dulhan look by flaunting her broad neckpiece with stone studded detailings of uncut diamonds and double shaded pinkish drops. The bride had donned a pair of matching earrings and had accentuated her look with a maang teeka, a matha patti and a sleek nath. She had also flaunted stone studded golden and red-coloured bangles.
A subtle makeup had accentuated Akansha's look. She had pulled up her hair in a middle-parted sleek bun and had completed her look with soft peachy touch to her cheeks, bold eyeliner, golden eyeshadow, defined eyebrows, highlighted cheekbones and red lipstick. For her D-Day, she had kept her makeup minimal. However, her smile was adding an oomph factor to her overall look.
There is no doubt in the fact that Akansha had made heads turn at her wedding look. However, her groom-to-be had also set some major fashion goals, complementing his better half in a peach milky-coloured bandhgala sherwani suit. He had completed his look with golden juttis, a white pyjama, along with a peach-hued pagdi and mataching doshala.
All the brides out there, who want a different look at their wedding, can definitely take cues from Akansha's look. So what do you think about her mesmerising wedding couture? Let us know!
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