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Looking for an ideal bridal lehenga? Yes, it can be a mammoth task. From newer labels that are creating great couture to established designers taking their art up a notch, there’s a lot more to lehenga designs today. Ace designer Sabyasachi for one has been shaking things up. We have seen his subtle growth from signature beiges and reds to unconventional hues. He has managed to stay on the frontlines with interesting and innovative bridal designs. Here’s a list of seven most unique Sabyasachi lehengas, each highlighting a different colour palette.

The teal and red beauty

 

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The burnt maroon skirt comes with simple zardosi but the drama is in the floral dupatta while the teal blouse adds that punch of colour.

Black and beige

Black is not a colour that’s often sought out but it does the trick in this unique border. The simplicity of the beige lehenga is beautifully contrasted with exquisite details to create a new sophisticated palette.

A lilac concoction with embroidered florals, this one’s as dreamy as they come. The monotone dupatta adds depth to the look.

Beige sari for the reception


A saree is a welcome change, but this time around Sabyasachi adds a tinge of teal with the floral blouse and keeps the look fresh with a minimally embellished drape.

Benarasi twist

The fact that this bride chose electric red is one thing but the Benarasi is used beautifully to create a 3D effect with three interesting bootis.

Chevron and fuchsia


Pairing two interesting yet contrasting ideas could be risky, but this bride’s efforts paid off. The chevron embroidery alongside a monotone look is the way to stay timeless this year.

Multi-hued maximalist


What makes this lehenga unique is that it comes with multiple embroideries and interesting zardosi work. The lehenga also manages to keep it interesting with mirrorwork on the border and a sheer baby pink dupatta.

Latha Sunadh
Deputy Editor
When she's not trying on a new serum, researching on yet another classic fragrance and sharing lip balms with her 5-year old daughter, Latha Sunadh keeps it reined in with a nice song and a good book. Special skills include obsessing over handmade, home-made and handcrafted luxuries.