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The moment a girl attains the marriageable age, she starts dreaming of her big day. From planning her dream outfit to the wedding decor, she replays the details of it over and over in your head. While the road to being someone's missus is not at all easy but with the right outfit, a girl can definitely make it a memorable one. And she creates her own fixed deposit just for her wedding dress. (Recommend Read: This Bride Wore A Pink-Coloured Sabyasachi Mukherjee Lehenga With A Unique Maroon Chooda)
For women across the world, Indian designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's designer collection is the one that they dream of owning in their closet. He has gained a lot of popularity around the world by following a simple design philosophy, i.e., 'Personalised imperfection of human hands'. He knows how to beautifully take forward the rich heritage of our culture and he adds it into his unique ensemble. Recently, we stumbled upon a bride, who donned a gorgeous multicoloured lehenga from his designer collection.
Meet our bride of the week, Poonam Bajaj, who had opted for Sabyasachi's dream collection for her big day. The gorgeousness was seen wearing a lehenga yellow, red, blue and purple hue, and her floral princess-cut choli had added more charm to her look. She had accessorised her look with a choker neckpiece, a maangteeka and a pair of earrings. Minimal makeup and smokey eyes with hair tied in a bun had completed her outfit.
On the other hand, the groom had looked dapper in a beige sherwani with a white churidaar. He had accentuated his look with a pink dohar and a matching pink turban.
Nowadays, Indian brides love experimenting with different colours. From pretty pastels to aqua blue to grey and whatnot, we have seen brides donning gorgeous colours straight from the rainbow palette. And believe us, they all looked extremely special in their own way. Remember the real bride, Amanat Gill, who had donned a gorgeous sky blue lehenga for her day wedding. We had totally loved the way she had styled her lehenga that had consisted of a sleeveless choli, matching skirt and double dupatta. She had kept her accessories minimal and had opted for a mathapatti, dainty nose ring, and a choker neckpiece. (Also Read: This Bride And Her Groom Wore Matching Blush Pink Ensembles For Their Wedding Day)
Earlier, we had spotted a bride, Pirtya Chugh, who is a doctor by profession, based in New York. She had made heads turn as she had opted for a classic white-hued floral lehenga from ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her wedding which was held at Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos I in Spain. The bride's lehenga had featured red and yellow hand-painted flowers along with a heavy shimmery border. She had accentuated her look with a heavy choker with ruby stones, matching jhumkas and a maang teeka. (Don't Miss: This Sikh Bride Wore Beige-Coloured Sharara On Her Wedding, Also Wore A Green Sabyasachi Lehenga)
Well, we loved the interesting multicoloured lehenga!
The six-yard piece of cloth with no stitch or zip has been elevating the aura of women across the nation. Saree is considered as a staple that marks the beginning of a girl's journey to womanhood. We all can clearly remember our mothers sigh when they had seen us dressed in a saree for the firstRead More