Lifestyle31 Mar 2016
Sabyasachi is a hot favorite amongst the rich and famous. His designs are rich, magical, elegant, and full of splendor. Sabyasachi is one designer who can literally transform anyone into a diva, with a few styling tips and his fabulous clothes. Here are some amazing picks of Sabyasachi, which will make you want to shop for some sari now...
Deepika looks gorgeous in her sparkly Sabyasachi sari. She literally stunned in this sequined number. The red sari is draped perfectly around the actress. She pulled her hair back and opted for red lips to finish her look. The gorgeous gold earrings complimented the shimmering embroidery on the sari. (Image Courtesy: www.ibnlive.com)
In her cream Sabyasachi sari, Sridevi looked nothing but regal. Sridevi's level of elegance was off the scale as she stepped out wearing a stunning sari by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She teamed up the champagne coloured sari with a polka dotted blouse. She only accessorized her sari with a pair of earrings. (Image Courtesy- asridevi.blogspot.com)
Vidya Balan opted for a mehendi colour (dark olive) Sabysachi sari. She tied her hair loose and changed from a stifling blouse. She carried an embroidered potli with her sari and finished her look with huge antique earrings. (Image Courtesy: www.ibtimes.co.uk)
Rani Mukherjee kept it relatively simple wearing her Sabyasachi sari with just a pair of Dior earrings and a wavy hairdo. She finished her look with cat-eye glasses and the sun-kissed makeup. Rani looked exceptionally stunning in this black sari. (Image Courtesy- www.vogue.in)
Karisma Kapoor looked divine in a cream embroidered and sequined sari by Sabyasachi with a matching long sleeved blouse. She finished her look with a clutch and stud earrings. Royally Stunning are the only words that come to our mind. (Image Courtesy: Instagram)
Aishwarya looks opulent in an elegant black velvet sari. The black colour beautifully enhances the golden work embroidery, embellishments, and vintage motifs, added on pallu and border. A black blouse with a closed neck pattern highlighted with work. She paired the saree with a full sleeve round neck black blouse embellished with gold embroidery. To add a bit of sartorial drama and a vintage twist, she wore a matching gold headband. (Image Courtesy: www.ibtimes.co.uk)
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