Sabyasachi Bride Stuns In A Red Lehenga With Golden Work, Pairs With Loud Polki Diamond Jewellery

The bride opted for a mesmerising red-hued heavily embroidered lehenga from the shelves of ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and paired it with a royal collection of jewellery!


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Sabyasachi Bride Stuns In A Red Lehenga With Golden Work, Pairs With Loud Polki Diamond Jewellery

Over the years, pastel-shaded ensembles have taken the central platform in Indian weddings, leaving no chance to set the trend. However, the regal red-coloured wedding outfits would never take the back seat due to the royalty it has in them. Time and again, our eyes are grabbed at the stunning brides who opt for the red-hued ensembles and flaunt their bridal glow in them. 

Coming to the range of designers in India, one name that immediately pops into our head whenever we talk about wedding ensembles is Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The ace designer has finely curated some of the best wedding ensembles and is known for reading the brides' minds and incorporating their wishes into the outfits. The bride of the week opted for a mesmerising red-hued, heavily embroidered lehenga from the shelves of ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Not only her outfit, but it was her drool-worthy collection of jewellery which caught our attention. 

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The bride looked regal in a Sabyasachi Mukherjee red-hued lehenga

Bride, Manjot Nagi opted for a stunning red-hued lehenga choli and looked breathtaking. Her lehenga featured broad patterns of gold embroidery all over it, along with some mirror works. She paired it with a heavily embellished choli with a plunging neckline. 

Manjot's outfit also included a sheer dupatta which amped her overall look. Her dupatta featured a broad border attached to golden frills. We could also spot a Sanskrit shloka written on a broad strap which read 'Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava'. The shloka is a blessing for her upcoming married life and means that 'may you always be lucky as a married woman'.

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The bride's dramatic makeup with smokey eyes

Manjot's makeup artist dolled her in a royal bride. A highlighted contour, blushed cheeks, defined brows, smokey eyes, nude lipstick and a small red bindi, completed her look. In addition, a middle-parted bun hairdo adorned with white carnations amped her look.

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The bride stunned in her self-designed jewellery on D-Day

Manjot Nagi is part of her family's 85-year-old jewellery business, Nagi Jewellers. Thus, on her wedding day, she designed her jewellery adorned with diamonds and emeralds, and looked the brightest on her D-day. Her jewellery included a broad choker which featured their authentic logo, a long neckpiece, matching earrings, a maang teeka, jhoomar and a sleek nath. In addition, matching kadas, red chooda and pompom kaleeras completed her look.

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The bride and the groom complemented each other on D-Day

Manjot Nagi's groom, Sukhamrit Singh complemented his ladylove in a white bandhgala suit. Sukhamrit paired it with an embellished doshala, matching pants and a red turban. Altogether, the duo looked simply picture-perfect.

We are in love with the bride's regal lehenga and outstanding choice of jewellery. What about you? Let us know!

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