By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
When it comes to Indian weddings, Sabyasachi Mukherjee is the first name that comes into every Indian girl's mind. To own a Sabyasachi piece, at least once in their lifetime is every woman's dream. After all, Sabyasachi is famous for his handcrafted weaves that can be preserved for many years. It is a gift that can be given from generation to generation. All in all, an Indian wedding has at least one person, who might be wearing a Sabyasachi design or an outfit inspired by the ace designer's collection (you too can find it in the lanes of Chandni Chowk, Delhi).
Over the years, we have seen brides donning Sabyasachi lehengas in every shade and design. Recently, we stumbled upon a bride, who wore a beautiful saree in red from the designer's latest collection and it added a breath of freshness to her look. Read on to know more as we decode her wedding day look!
The bride of the week, Rudrika Reddy tied the knot in a grand wedding ceremony at The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur, Rajasthan. For her wedding ceremony, the bride donned a chiffon saree from Sabyasachi's latest collection. The saree featured floral prints on it, and the flowy fabric minus the heavy zardozi or zari embroidery, is perfect for a day wedding.
The bride teamed her saree with a closed-neck blouse featuring full sleeves. Another highlight of her look was her super-long veil. For her bridal entry, the bride covered her face with a veil that gave out white wedding vibes in a desi style.
Another highlight of the bride's look was her jewellery. She opted for a diamond and mint-toned precious stones choker, a long necklace, matching stud earrings, and a flower maang teeka.
The bride's look was accentuated by soft makeup, which was done by a celebrity makeup artist, Namrata Soni. Subtle makeup with mascara-filled eyes, defined brows and nude-toned lipstick completed the bride's entire look. Her low bun adorned with white flowers completed her look.
We are totally in awe of the bride and her beautiful saree from the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection! What about you?