Sabyasachi’s “Khoobsurat” New Collection Is Making Every Pakistani Girl Drool Over It


Sabyasachi is an Indian designer whose bridal dresses and sarees have earned the reputation of being the most wanted. Every eastern woman wants at least one Sabyasachi dress in her wardrobe. If you have not heard this name then you must be living under a rock with spider webs!

And if you have heard this name and belong to the clan who sooo want his dresses, then you must have stopped reading by now and are scrolling down to see the photos. Okay let’s take you to the right place. If you know what I mean. 😉

His new “Destination Wedding” collection is different from all his previous collections because this is more earthy and subtle.

Can you see it?!

They also featured a real bride who had her destination wedding. The dress was specially made to melt into the destination and it was all minimalistic and earthy

Pastels all over!

The regal look with pastel hues

Maybe now you understand the theme of this collection! Royalty to its fullest but sublime with its colors

As destination weddings become more and more popular, the lighting and photography for a wedding change dramatically. Earlier, our weddings were restricted to hotels, reception halls and farmhouses. Most of these weddings used to take place in the evening and the light source used to be halogen, tungsten or speed lights. So there was a natural affinity for darker colours and richer tones. Because of destination weddings, all these ceremonies have started taking place outdoors in natural light. And hence, there has been a strategic shift to lighter colours and pastels. The ‘Shwetambari’ lehenga takes its inspiration from fading marble courtyards, gathering moss and inlays of uncut diamonds, jade and rose-quartz. An exuberant necklace in Russian emeralds and uncut diamonds sets the mood for vintage glamour with Mughal undertones. One of the gentlemen wears a printed khadi angrakha with a silk Nehru jacket while the other sports a structured sherwani in quilted Murshidabad silk. Jewellery Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection. For all jewellery-related queries, kindly contact @sabyasachijewelry Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Samode Palace, Jaipur @samode_hotels #Sabyasachi #KesribaiPannalal #DestinationWeddings #SabyasachiJewelry #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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The fading colors of marble that are melting into the dress colors

Apart from that, he also launched the “Pashmina” collection!

That pallu of sari has all our heart!! *_*

Kalamkari sarees in khadi from Andhra Pradesh are meticulously textured and overdyed. Done with a simple lock-stitch machine, this technique is one of the pillars of our brand. We call it stitch detail. One karigar takes over 31 days to texture a saree. The saree is further embellished with our signature zardosi borders which are aged with complex processes. The heart of the saree lies in its stunning pallu which is crafted out of a melange of heritage borders that are made in different craft belts all across the country. Women from the villages of Barasat create beautiful hand-made tassels to fringe the pallu and pieces of textiles are sewn together to create a unique and distinctive blouse. All jewellery from the Sabyasachi archives. Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Samode Palace, Jaipur @samode_hotels #Sabyasachi #KesribaiPannalal #TheCuriosityArtAndAntiquityProject #CAAP #TheWorldOfSabyasachi  @bridesofsabyasachi

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Them Jaipur feels!!

This winter, our Curiosity, Art and Antiquity Project introduces the ‘Pashmina’ lehenga. Antique shawls from the Sabyasachi textile archives have been deconstructed and reconstructed to create one of a kind bridal lehengas for textile connoisseurs. This Pashmina lehenga is framed with a patchwork of multiple zardosi borders and paired with a patchwork zardosi and kantha blouse, a museum quality Benarasi dupatta and a Benarasi organza odhna. The lady in the background wears a ‘Pashto’ inspired brocade, kantha and zardosi phiran, velvet wrap-salwar and an organza Benarasi dupatta. All jewellery from the Sabyasachi archives. Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Samode Palace, Jaipur @samode_hotels #Sabyasachi #KesribaiPannalal #TheCuriosityArtAndAntiquityProject #CAAP #TheWorldOfSabyasachi  @bridesofsabyasachi

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Ah! We are literally in a cloth coma. Is shaadi season up? Is anyone getting married any time soon? Cause we can’t wait to dress up in Sabyasachi!

So, by now! You too would be convinced that Sabyasachi is a must have. No?

Go to his Instagram and let us know which dress you like the most, and we’ll rate it for you. Cheers. 😉

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