Sabyasachi Mukherjee has been pro in designing outfits for his brides. Let's take a look at the brides, who nailed the look on their D-day.
By Pratishtha Ghosh
Vidya Balan had shown her soft spot for Sabyasachi Mukherjee by chosing a bridal wardrobe filled with his creations. For her wedding she had chosen a gold and red Kanjeevaram saree.
Sagarika Ghatge exuded a different bridal glow as she flaunted her deep red silk saree from Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She had paired it with an embroidered blouse and went with a barely-there makeup look.
Samantha Akkineni had picked an ivory Kanjeevaram saree designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her traditional wedding with Naga Chaitanya. She had paired it with a red silk embroidered blouse.
Real bride, Prachi Richa tied the knot to Ratnakar Mishra in Darbhanga, Bihar. She chose a red saree with golden zari work over it and matching blouse from the house of Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Anika Tahsin chose Sabyasachi Mukherjee's saree for her wedding in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She donned a nude saree with heavy embroidery work and paired it with traditional jewellery.
Samina Ezzi chose Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her D-day. She carried a net mint green saree with stone and sequin work all over the body and paired it with a sleeveless blouse of the same colour.
Real bride, Hashini Suraweera had chosen the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her white wedding in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Her baby-pink coloured saree and blouse were studded with stone work.
Bengali bride, Urna Basu donned a red benarasi saree from the house of the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She paired it up with a red and golden combination blouse and kept her makeup minimal.
Kinkinee Ghosh sported a pink Sabyasachi saree on her D-day. She paired it up with a blouse of the same colour, with a touch of golden embroidery on it and completed her look with gold jewellery.
Unlike any other bride, Vidya Prasad chose a very simple look for her D-day and went against the general ensemble to create her look. Her pastel green Sabyasachi saree was paired with AD jewellery.
Real bride, Yuthika Raju chose a red saree from the house of sabasachi Mukherjee and she paired it with blouse of the same colour. She completed her look with heavy jewellery and looked outstanding.
Sabyasachi bride, Elenza Jose looked surreal in her beige coloured saree and heavy embroidered blouse of the same colour. She had paired it up with sleek jewellery and created an unforgetable look.