I bet you will wish to have a day wedding after looking at Sabyasachi Latest Summer Collection
“Wedding is a true love story that never ends.” A wedding is one of the most auspicious occasions and purest form of relationship in our life which begins with few days of celebration but later completely changes the pace and pace of understanding life. It is a joint effort of two families backing it and making it work wholeheartedly. Though there is a lot to marriage other that celebration week but with no further doubt that one week is purity, peace and trust which creates memories that last forever. And each one of us wants to look like a character that just came out of a fairytale. No doubt there’s modernity to everything but no transition in fashion can take away the simplicity and charm that Indian bridal dress posses. And when we talk about such elegance and weddings there’s one name that clicks our mind, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. And why not, he is all known for his ethnic, traditional and wedding apparels. Justifying his talent and creativity he always comes up with something which leaves us wondering “this is exactly what I want to wear.” Sabyasachi latest summer collection is all about destination weddings and it is redefining bridal wear which is a necessity. Just scroll our gallery to check some of the most amazing clicks of his collection.
Sabyasachi released his Spring-Summer 2018 collection, ‘An Endless Summer’, exclusively on Instagram last night and to say it was gorgeous will be an understatement. Fluorescent colours and floral patterns dominated the scene. The designer described his collection as, “A ready-to-wear take on bridal couture. Effortless chic being the buzzword, the clothes are lighter, brighter, measured and sophisticated.” His collection more relatable to destination weddings. His designs are breathtaking and when it comes to bridal trousseau, there are not many who can beat his charm. ‘An Endless Summer’ as he describes is divided into three themes — florals, bright colours and a lineup of ivory and gold look inspired by Lutyens’ Delhi. The designer has used a lot of organza, chiffon, khadi, cotton as well as raw silk in his latest collection.
We knew no one did traditional as well as Sabyasachi but now he is glorified with a perfect sense of mixing and matching prints and colours. When it comes to design and aesthetic, this new collection proves that there are few or probably none like Sabyasachi.
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