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One of the best designers in the Indian fashion industry who makes the best bridal lehengas is the one and only Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The Kolkata-born designer fuses traditional beauty into modern trends in the most elegant ways. He pays so much attention to every little detail from colour to intricate embroidery to the different materials used. He truly knows how to pamper every bride who walks into his store. Listed below are some of his best works.

The Traditional Red-

7 Stunning Bridal Lehengas By Sabysachi

According to Hindu traditions, the color red has a major significance i.e. it is the color of everything auspicious. Hence, Indian weddings and the color red go hand-in-hand. No wonder red is the most preferred color by Indian brides.

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All That Glitters-

7 Stunning Bridal Lehengas By Sabysachi

Which bride doesn’t want to shine at the most important day in her life? A dazzling gold lehenga with shimmering embellishments as well as rich embroidery work is every bride’s dream outfit.

Pretty in Pink-

7 Stunning Bridal Lehengas By Sabysachi

Every girl looks pretty in pink! This pink and gold lehenga is made for brides to give other girls some serious #BrideGoals!  

Green with Envy-

Emerald green is one of the Pantone colors of 2017 and this bride has started the trend early for us. This bride has given us some wedding day outfit goals! What’s a better way to turn heads on your wedding day?

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A Multicoloured Beauty-

7 Stunning Bridal Lehengas By Sabysachi

This multicolored lehenga by Sabyasachi is one of his most popular lehengas by him. It’s an unusual choice of outfit for brides but this bride is seriously stepped up the style game for all the brides.

Pastel & Floral-

7 Stunning Bridal Lehengas By Sabysachi

A pretty dusty pink lehenga with a floral dupatta and a floral waistband is giving all the modern day brides major inspiration for their outfits for the D-day!

Coral for Day Wedding-

7 Stunning Bridal Lehengas By Sabysachi

A coral pink lehenga with zardozi flowers and a double dupatta. What’s not to love?

Written by Tanisha Diwan