By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
A wedding is the most special day for brides and they try their level best to make a statement on their special day. However, when it comes to curvy brides, they are opting for lehengas with small prints or embellishments or a plain one with a heavily embroidered border. From making a statement with half-sleeved blouses, or flaunting a cold-shouldered one, the millennial brides look overpowering yet elegant. These days, plus size brides are choosing eye-catchy bridal ensembles and are not shying away from wearing what they really love!
And thankfully, every bride's dream designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection has stunning plus-size outfits for the curvy brides to flaunt on their D-day. Not only do these beautiful wedding ensembles make a statement, but they also make the plus-size brides stand out. And we can't stop crushing hard over the plus-size brides, who donned gorgeous Sabyasachi outfits on their big day. Here are some of the beauties in their plus-size Sabyasachi outfits.
The bride, Shobhana Biswas had donned an unconventional maroon coloured, heavily embroidered lehenga for her wedding. She had kept her overall look simple by sporting two elegant neckpieces, a thin matha patti and a conventional nath. Her heavy kaleeras strung down from her matching bangles had given the perfect finishing and her nude makeup was the cherry on the cake. Shobhana had exemplarily defied all prevalent stereotypes of how brides shall look and we are reeling with pride.
The bride, Aysha Siddique, had turned into a gorgeous Sabyasachi bride on her D-Day. Aysha had donned a plus size red lehenga with golden zari work all over it and had looked like a dream. Breaking all the stereotypes, Aysha had proved that no one can limit your dreamy wedding dress. She had accessorised her look with heavy gold jewellery, and no prizes for guessing that she had looked out of this world. She had completed her look with two net dupattas with gota-patti work on the hemline, and had tied her hair in a bun.
A plus-size bride is often advised to wear a dark-coloured ensemble, but Salzeena had opted for Sabyasachi Mukherjee's pastel pink lehenga with dull gold embroidery all over it. Her lehenga skirt had beautiful tassels attached to it. The bride had accessorised her look with a minimalistic maang teeka and a beautiful neckpiece. Her look was completed with open hair. However, her dupatta drape style had added more elegance to her look.
Not everyone likes to go overboard for their special day. This gorgeous bride, Bhavani Patel had opted for a minimalist 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.
The bride, Aanchal Kulchandani had donned a bright red lehenga with a beautiful peacock embroidery crafted on it and side tassels attached to the skirt. Her blouse and dupatta had the 'sada saubhagyavati bhav' border stitched to them. She had draped the dupatta sideways over her shoulder and across her body, not covering her beautiful hair-do for posing in front of the camera. Aanchal had completed her look with heavy jewellery that had included a neckpiece, a matha patti, a nath, and a pair of earrings and had looked astonishing on her D-day.
The bride, Shirali Shah had donned a green Sabyasachi ensemble that had featured gold embroidery all over it. Her lehenga had featured multi-coloured embroidery and mirror work on its hemline. She had accessorised her look with green-coloured jewellery that had included a choker, matching earrings, and a maang teeka. Shirali had tied her hair in a side ponytail and had opted for a minimal makeup look. However, what made the outfit most interesting was the floral-printed dupatta that had added the much-needed contrast to her outfit.
The bride, Sagia Depty had ditched the red wedding ensemble and had opted for a yellow Sabyasachi lehenga instead. Her lehenga and the matching semi-sleeved blouse had intricate golden embroidery work all over them. The radiant bride had accessorised her look with stone-encrusted gold jewellery, which had included a choker, a long neckpiece, a maang teeka, jhumkas and bangles. Sagia had completed her look with a yellow net dupatta with embroidered hemline, and had looked ethereal.
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 ethereally gorgeous.
Unlike the traditional wedding colours, Dolly had opted for an ivory-coloured Sabyasachi wedding lehenga featuring beautiful floral prints. The bride had kept her look simple and had ditched heavy jewellery and had opted for a pearl necklace instead. She had accessorised her look with jhumkas, a maang teeka and haath-phool. Apart from that, her make-up and hairdo had made the gorgeous bride outshine. Her make-up artist had given her a minimal look with red matte lipstick, a red bindi and a bold black liner.
The curvy bride, Farzia Zaman had looked stupendous as she had sported a maroon velvet lehenga paired with a deep plunging, boat-neckline choli. Her lehenga had featured heavy embellishments and intricate embroidery. She had completed her look with two dupattas, a velvet one draped on her body and another red dupatta with embroidered hemline, kept on her head. She had worn heavy kundan jewellery including a choker, a golden neckpiece, jhumkas, and a maang teeka. Farzia had teamed her plain bangles with kaleeras.
These curvy brides are an inspiration for a lot of plus-size to-be brides out there, who're being unfair to themselves by trying to fit in 'shapes,' when brides like them are breaking all stereotypes.
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