By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Wedding season is going on full swing, and the brides are on their toes to perfect their wedding ensembles. Each and every wedding has a different vibe, and the brides choose their outfits according to the theme of their wedding ceremonies. Gone are the days when the brides always chose the traditional colours and patterns for their bridal couture. Nowadays, brides are setting new trends for the internet to get inspired from.
A wedding is one of the most significant events in one's life, and to make everything perfect, a bride tries to find the best outfit for her, from renowned designers. And, who can be better than the ace fashion designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee? We came across this bride who had chosen a Sabyasachi collection for her wedding and sangeet ceremony as well.
The bride, Japneet Ghumman, had opted for a Sabyasachi Mukherjee designed dark maroon-coloured full-sleeved anarkali suit for her wedding day, which had an intricate floral embroidery on the upper part with golden thread work. On the lower half, it was embellished with buti work. The anarkali was accentuated with a golden belt-like pattern in the middle. The sleeves were embroidered at the hemline with a golden zari border. She had paired her look with a gorgeous dupatta that had a beautiful golden thread and zari embroidery all over it in floral motifs and a broad hemline with intricate designs and golden fringes attached to it.
The border of the anarkali had a wide patch of embroidery work in gota patti style with floral motifs. The golden zari had given an edge to the whole dark maroon shade. She had kept her whole look very minimal with a diamond and ruby stone-studded jadau neckpiece, matching earrings, traditional chooda and a single strand jhumka-styled kaleera. Japneet had completed her wedding attire with a light foundation, kohled-winged eyes, nude brown lips and a small maroon bindi. She had kept her hair middle-parted and had tied it in a bun. She had let her outfit do the talking.
Japneet dazzled in a royal blue-coloured lehenga at her sangeet ceremony. But before describing her look, can you find any resemblance to this outfit with anyone? Yes, that's right. Alia Bhatt had worn the same Sabyasachi lehenga on Diwali, 2021.
Japneet had stunned everyone in the royal blue-coloured bandhani printed lehenga from Sabyasachi's collection. The lehenga set was comprised of a backless choli that had a plunging V-neckline and elbow-length sleeves embroidered at the hemline with golden zari and a tie-up detail, along with a matching dupatta. The dupatta had a broad borderline with the same golden zari embellishments. The thick gold adornment at the hem of the lehenga had elevated the look even more.
Japneet had completed her look with a sleek golden and diamond-studded choker, matching kaan pasha and an elegant maang teeka. She had kept her makeup simple with a light blue eyeshadow, kohl-winged eyes, blushed cheeks and nude lip shade. She had pulled up her hair in a bun and had adorned it with gajra.
The bride, Japneet showed us how to steal the show with minimal jewellery pieces and makeup. Did you like her wedding and sangeet ensembles? Let us know!