The pioneer of bridal fashion, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's exquisite craftsmanship speaks volumes through these brides, who wore a grand saree.
By Srijony Das
The Sabyasachi bride opted for a floral printed, organza tulle saree for her engagement ceremony. Her classic choice of statement diamond jewellery completed her look.
For her pre-wedding festivities, the bride opted for a pure silk, hand-painted saree in white. A stunning pearl necklace amped her look manifold.
For her wedding, this Sabyasachi bride dons a shimmery silver sequinned saree. 'Kundan' jewellery, floral hairdo and a chiffon veil completed her look.
The Sabyasachi bride made no compromise, and chose a stunning baby pink-hued 'banarasi' saree for her wedding reception. She paired it with a dark pink-hued blouse.
For her wedding reception, the Sabyasachi bride stuns in a rust-hued, pure-silk saree. She accessorised it with uncut-diamond and 'kundan' jewellery.
The Sabysachi bride kept up her South Indian roots, and styled in a rich 'kanjeevaram' silk saree from Sabyasachi. Her outfit is umissable for its gorgeous 'zari' work and hand-woven embellishments.
Another Sabysachi bride, she opted for a crimson-hued silk saree, adorned with a heavy gold crested border. Her custom designed veil features the Sanskrit blessings, 'Sada Saubhagyawati Bhava'.
This Sabyasachi bride ditched red, and wore a sheer ivory hued chiffon saree, paired with a heavily embroidred blouse. The stunning pearl jewellery amped her look overall.
The South Indian Sabyasachi bride stayed true to her cultural heritage and donned a red and pink, dual toned 'kanjeevaram' temple saree. She accessorised it with temple jewellery.
This Sabyasachi bride opted for a neutral colour palette in her wedding festivities, and opted for a light peach hued saree. It features delicate embroidery all over , including the borders.
The Sabyasachi bride opted for an abstract printed saree, paired with a statement belt. Notice her unique brown-hued 'chooda', which twined with her saree.
The Sabyasachi bride flaunts her true Assamese tradition, and dons a crimson and gold-hued mekhla saree. It stands unique because of its opposite draping style.
For her contemporary wedding, the Sabyasachi bride dons in a patchworked multi-colour saree, with elaborate sequinns. Minimal makeup and jewellery completed her look.
This Sabyasachi bride, all the way from Bangladesh, stuns in a crimson-hued 'Benarasi' saree, with gold embroidery. However, it is her unique choice of a rust-hued satin veil, which is unmissable.
This Marathi bride paid homage to her roots, and opted for a rare colour combination of cream and rich purple in her 'nauvari' saree from Sabyasachi.
The Sabyasachi bride opted for a muted brown-hued organza saree, which uniquely features minute embellishments. The 'zari' woven borders are priceless.
This Sabyasachi bride opted for a sheer modern look, and wore a pastel green, floral organza saree. She looked every bit chic in her sleek hairdo and minimal jewellery.
The bride wore a unique colour combination of bright red and silver in her heritage choice of saree from Sabyasachi. She completed her look with 'kundan' jewellery.
The Sabyasachi bride makes a thoroughly royal choice in this wine-hued velvet saree. Her stunning veil in beige matches with the laced borders.
This Sabyasachi bride takes up the tradtional Bengali bride avatar, and dons the timeless red and gold 'banarasi' saree. Her gold jewellery becomes the highlight.