All you brides and bridesmaids who’ve been waiting for Sabyasachi’s latest collection for the interest we all the information or you in store for your D Day. The Sabyasachi’s all-new winter bridal collection for 2019 has been named as Charbagh. A walk through the collection has mesmerized us and taken us to the world of sheer opulence. And, we can guarantee that every attire has been made up with much love and time, The attention-grabbing saris, lehengas, jewelry, and sherwani have been specially curated to make your day memorable. However, the acclaimed fashion designer has kept the shades specific to the upcoming wedding season to hit a maximum number of brides. The collection is all about the classic reds, evocative yellows, and soothing greens and not to miss pristine ivories, all detailed with finest of embroideries and fabrics. Dive in to witness all we loved and let the bookmarking begin!
The first collection of the fab designer has been inspired by the melancholic hues of Islamic Art. The collection contains an outstanding combination of rich fabrics like velvets, organzas, muslins, and mulmul. The collection makes a rich Flaubert of the mid and halftone shades. Like the loves faded Jamun shade, the pomegranate shade, feroza. Each piece in the collection is prettified feroza with decadent zardozi in gold and silver, with specks of mina in silk floss. And even what look outstanding are the Mughal motifs and Persian flora and fauna that gives the collection a royal look.
The Chowk collection gives you a distinct flavor of the rural Indian setup. This collection is influenced by the integrity, honesty, and love for folk art and craft found in the rural textile. Sabyasachi believes that the rural textile still has the strength and the confidence to stand apart in the crowd. This collection is about experimental shades, distinct patterns, plunging necklines and jacket style blouses.
Sabyasachi Nargi’s collection is more a part of the urban collection that caters to the destination wedding clientele more. It is all about an overgrown garden, roses, sandalwood, Curcuma, amber, vetiver, frankincense, and jasmine. The collection is vivid at one hand to balance it the designer has used subtle hues. The hauntingly beautiful collection makes use of diverse shades like the popping yellow, charming ivory, striking peacock teal hue, and the flower pink is some to name.
When you hear the word Devi in India then the first thing that comes to your mind the color red. The Devi collection keeps in mind the traditional Indian bride, who looks for the red bridal lehengas for her big day. The collection is all about red starting from the minimal ones to the heavy ones. The collection gets its name from the word Devi as Sabyasachi believe when most of the brides wall out dressed up. Their parents feel like she is looking like a goddess so the collection gets the name Devi. Part down the red shade this is even about the usual wear jadau or gold jewelry, a beautiful red bindi, hair adorned with mogras might be the most clichéd wedding look. But whether you like or not it always works.