The lehenga features intricate gold embroidery and a subtle gold border
A stunning pink lehenga designed by Sabyasachi has attracted attention on social media after a bride wore it for her wedding.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee is known for designing the best bridal outfits and it has made him India’s most sought-after bridal designer.
Bollywood superstars and billionaire heiresses go to Sabyasachi to get dressed in one of his creations on the most important event of their lives.
In a wedding-obsessed market like India, this makes the fashion designer one of the most recognised brands in the country.
She said: “I always knew I wanted to be a Sabyasachi bride, even before he became this massive megabrand.”
While some brides are lucky to get an outfit made by the famous designer, others can only dream about wearing one and can only look at glossy pictures of the precise tailoring.
However, Seema Amin wore a breathtaking outfit which is bound to inspire other brides on their outfit for their upcoming wedding.
Seema wore a beautiful pink lehenga for her wedding to Bhupinder Sidhu in Malaysia.
Looking at it, the pink lehenga may be one of the best and original designs created by Sabyasachi for a Desi bride.
The lehenga features intricate gold embroidery and a subtle gold border among a neon pink backdrop of colour.
Seema went for a slightly long half-sleeved blouse and a can-can skirt, which is a mesh or net-like material attached underneath the lehenga to give it a royal look.
She accessorised her bridal look with an elaborate matha patti, a standout nose ring and elegant earrings.
The groom Bhupinder kept it simple but stylish by wearing a cream sherwani which was accessorised with a string of pearls.
The couple’s photoshoot was shared on the Brides of Sabyasachi Instagram account which have gone viral.
It is a lehenga design which will give some ideas for all the would-be brides.
Sabyasachi may be famous for his bridal wear but he has looked to the future and is planning on expanding his business.
He is focusing on fine jewellery which will help the desires of his customers without losing the focus of his core product.
It is a major part of every Indian wedding and approximately 50% of India’s demand for gold is associated with weddings.
Sabyasachi launched fine jewellery in 2017 through Instagram and may focus his efforts towards it as it could become even more lucrative than his bridal outfit designs.