It’s that time of the year. Raining fashion week, designer outfit launches and today it’s all about Sabyasachi. Just when I thought I was done with seeing his designs, his latest spring summer collection just took my breath away.
I have always said I love colour more than muted tones, and this season looks like Sabyasachi heard my voice. Eh, I wish. But anyhow, there is so much colour pop from neon to pinks, orange and greens in his collection. Super pretty, and perfect for the upcoming wedding season. I can already sense some sighs by the recent brides who missed Sabyasachi spring collection.
But for those of you getting married in 2018, check out the gorgeousness. I have all the pictures right here! Let’s get started.
# Top favourites
Would you just look at that! Like wow, who would have thought a solid neon can look that great. For all you brides looking to wear something different, hatke, this is a great option to go for this summer.
The theme of this seasons collection was summer crush in florescent silks and diaphanous organzas. That with nude makeup, statement jewellery from the Sabyasachi Heritage collection, open hair and industrial sunglasses makes for the perfect bridal statement.
For Spring-Summer 2018 hand-embroidered silk blouses are paired with hand-painted and hand-printed khadi sarees, uncut diamond necklaces are wantonly strung together with turquoise, coral, tourmaline beads and baroque pearls. It’s a magical ‘Alice in Wonderland’ meets Sarojini Naidu.
‘An Endless Summer’ is almost a ready-to-wear take on bridal couture. Effortless chic being the buzzword, the clothes are lighter, brighter, measured and sophisticated.
A ‘Cadmium yellow’ hand-embroidered silk lehenga with ‘tilla’ work detail is paired with an ‘Indian purple’ heritage benarasi dupatta from our Benaras Revival collection. The strong colours are bridged by our iconic ivory textured raw silk ‘kanthi’ blouse. The look is accessorised with uncut diamond jewellery from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection.
# Now for the super cool Grooms-wear outfits
Hand-embroidered sherwanis with raw silk churidaars and kota safas from Sabyasachi spring collection. The summer floral menswear outfits are made keeping in mind afternoon mehendi by the pool. Men in crisp white poplin. Palampore chintz remastered on bleached cotton. Quilted and textured.
# Sabyasachi Spring Collection Classics
Ladies in muslin, silk and organza clothing, in bleached and unbleached whites splattered with sumptuous gold embroidery. Lavish jewellery from Hyderabad to Lucknow, Bengal to Sindh strung together with uncut diamonds, Basra pearls and 22k gold.
The hand-embroidered ivory and gold bridal lehenga is sure to please a ton of brides. It will be interesting to see how real brides style this classic piece from the Sabyasachi spring collection.
# Top Sabyasachi Floral Picks
The heartland of India wears ‘cheent’. In other words, printed cotton. Printed in fine khadi to create languid kurtas and sarees embellished with ‘tilla’ borders.
# Other outfits from the Sabyasachi spring collection