Millennial brides love experimenting with their wedding outfits. Here are some Sabyasachi brides in minimalistic lehenga on their D-Day!
By Kalash Khurana
The bride had opted for a minimal rusty-gold lehenga with intricate embroidery work on the blouse. She had paired her outfit with a simple floral 'dupatta' and it had a golden border around it.
The bride had looked pretty in her red lehenga with gold embroidery all over it for her wedding. She had paired her lehenga with a semi-sleeved 'choli' and two 'dupattas'.
The bride had opted for a minimalistic 'rani' pink-coloured lehenga with intricate embroidery in gold. She had completed her look with unique diamond jewellery.
The bride had donned a minimalistic lehenga with a matching blouse and a double 'dupatta'. Her beige-coloured outfit had featured light gold embroidery all over it.
The bride had donned a minimalistic red lehenga on her D-Day. She had completed her look with heavy gold jewellery which had included a 'maang teeka', two neckpieces, and a pair of earrings.
The bride had opted for a 'rani' pink lehenga with a double 'dupatta'. She had opted for a net 'dupatta' on her head and a unique Rajasthani style 'dupatta' with a tint of green.
The bride had opted for a minimalistic lehenga for her big day and had absolutely nailed her bridal look. Her plain red lehenga had thick gold borders on the hemline.
The bride had donned a pistachio-green lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her ensemble had featured a half-sleeved 'choli' with a lehenga skirt.
The bride had chosen a red lehenga with thin, simple, horizontal 'zari' work on it with zero embroideries! She had paired it with polka-dotted 'choli' with 'zari' work on it
For the wedding day, the bride had picked a 'rani' pink lehenga with gold floral embroidery all over it. She had accentuated her look with a choker neckpiece, matching earrings and a 'maang teeka'.