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No matter how many offbeat hues millennial brides opt for, the red colour will always rule the wedding charts! There's a surreal charm in witnessing beautiful brides clad in breathtakingly red bridal lehengas. Be it an intricate embroidery or a contemporary shimmery design, the brides swear by a plethora of styles on their wedding ensembles.
Indian weddings are incomplete without the red-coloured outfits. However, when it comes to red bridal outfits, the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, never fails to steal our hearts with his signature designs. Though millennial brides are experimenting with the colour of their bridal lehenga, still some of them choose the red suhaag ka joda, for their wedding rituals. And same is the case with the Sabyasachi bride, Shefali Singh, who looked ethereal in her red bridal outfit.
The bride, Shefali Singh had worn a traditional red bridal lehenga from the renowned designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her dreamy lehenga had heavy embroidery with pink and green florals all over it. However, the golden embroidery on her skirt’s hemline looked surreal. To complete her look, the bride had paired it up with a red embroidered blouse and two net dupattas with embroidered hemline and had looked absolutely stunning. While the dupatta kept on her head had gota-patti work on its hemline, the other one featured an intricate embroidery matching with her lehenga.
The bride had accessorised her look with contrasting golden and green jewellery which consisted of a heavy choker with matching earrings, a big nath and a matha-patti. Moreover, the long golden neckpiece and the red and golden bangles on her hands had completed her look.
Her makeup artist, Rehat Brar, had given her smokey and kohled-eyes and had accentuated her look with a dark red coloured lipstick. Moreover, the subtle nude makeup with pink blushed cheeks and a small red bindi had made Shefali look drop-dead gorgeous on her special day.
On her haldi ceremony, Shefali had opted for a yellow anarkali suit which she had paired with an off-white dupatta with an orange hemline. She had looked elegant in her minimal look accessorised with a gold necklace and floral jewellery which had included a maang teeka and a pair of earrings. She had left her hair open, and thus, had kept her gorgeous floral earrings in focus. Shefali's happiness was evident as she had posed for the pictures with her bridesmaids.
We are awestruck with Shefali's look in her Sabyasachi lehenga. What about you?
Sabyasachi Mukherjee, who hails from Kolkata, has created an empire of his own with a plethora of designs. He has been selling merchandise since 1999 and is one of the Associate Designer Members of the Fashion Design Council of India. He is also one of the youngest members of theRead More