18 Times Sabyasachi Gave Us #LehengaGoals And Big Dreams
Have you ever dreamed of walking down the aisle in a gorgeous Sabyasachi lehenga? I know, I have! There are so many brides-to-be out there who’d do anything to don themselves in a Sabyasachi lehenga. The colours, the borders, the embroidery, what’s not to love? I have a friend who is about to open a ‘Sabyasachi lehenga savings account’ – no kidding!
Sabyasachi’s latest celeb bride was Anushka Sharma and she was a treat to the eyes in her magnificent pale pink lehenga. From Bipasha Basu to Sagarika Ghatge, celebs are opting for Sabyasachi lehengas for their D-Day. It’s safe to say that Sabyasachi Mukherjee is one of the most versatile designers in India.
We thought it was best to inspire you a bit with the help of some bridal lehenga designs by the mastermind itself. Just Pinterest these pictures and create a Bridal inspiration board (and save some money, too!) so that your dream of becoming a Sabyasachi bride actually comes true.
Wait a minute, while I drool over these elegant and beautiful lehengas…
Anushka looks like a dream in a pale pink lehenga with Renaissance embroidery.
Real bride Setika Singh in a coulourful lehenga from Sabyasachi’s ‘The Udaipur Collection’.
Sagarika Ghatge looks phenomenal in a heritage Benarasi lehenga hand-embroidered with zardosi along with a Maheshwari dupatta.
Actress Amrita Puri looks pretty as a picture in this bridal lehenga.
This magnificent red is giving is major #LehengaGoals from Sabysachi’s ‘The Devi Collection’.
Anushka Sharma in a grey organza lehenga at Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge’s wedding reception.
Real bride Nina Vaswani looks absolutely gorgeous in a red lehenga.
Bride Pavni Kapur looks perfect in pink.
TV actress, Kishwer Merchant looks nothing less than a princess in her bridal lehenga.
Blue is the new red, ladies!
Don’t shy away from florals on your wedding day, brides!
Drooling over the details of this bridal lehenga…
Shine bright like a diamond!
This lehenga is giving us major royal feels!
Real bride Arushi Chanana twirling in traditional red.
A happy bride in fuschia!
Just look at the colour combination and admire it for a while…
Orange, yellow, red, and pink… you’re sorted!