Groom & Style31 Aug 2016
September is around the corner and soon we will see our Facebook friends uploading their wedding pictures… one after another! In India, the end of a year marks for the wedding and festivities season. If you’re a bride-to-be, here’s 5 Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s royal designs you should see before finalizing your dress for the D-day!
This simple yet absolutely gorgeous couture ghagra has big floral zari handwork over maroon velvet ghagra. The maroon and gold contrast looks stunning. Also, this is a very traditional colour combination, fused with a contemporary design.
The blush pink ghagra has intricate handwork all over it and this is what makes this couture absolutely stunning! We love the net veil with the ghagra choli. The wide neck on the choli displays the neck jewelry so well!
Here’s a different idea! Wear blue for your wedding. Although, red is the wedding colour, royal blue will add that much character to your outfit and will really make you stand out amongst the sea of brides!
The Chanderi silk booti print ghagra choli is an extravagant and beautiful option for a bride who wants to stay rooted to their ancestral weaves. Also, the colour is not the clichéd red, making the couture a magnificent wear so that you’re bridal outfit is remembered forever!
This one is quite a diversion from traditional weaves and culture norms, guys! The colour white, in India, is usually taken as a colour of grief and hence is not worn on happy occasions and festivities. But, there are people who love the colour white and celebrate their happiest day wearing it. You could be one of them. Why judge colours, guys!
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