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Designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi: A Perfect Mix of Comfort & Class

We bring you the best designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi where each piece comes with mystic and grandeur that is unmatched by any other.

Delicately laced with intricate details, artistic techniques and vintage pattern Sabyasachi’s collections speak for themselves. The designer’s eponymous label is favourite among brides and celebrities alike, thanks to its handicraft and unique silhouettes. Sabyasachi Mukherjee started this brand with the hope to revamp traditional Indian attire to suit the modern-day girl.

In recent years, there has been an increase in cross-cultural influence as many girls opt to wear outfits that are both traditional and cosmopolitan. Designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi provides the answer to all their style needs.

In this piece, we take a look at the designer’s most stylish Kurtis that have stolen the limelight at various weddings and red-carpets. 

Rust and Gold

While red is seen as a classic wedding colour, it is making a major comeback with styles that take influence from the rich history and culture of India. Red has the ability to make any outfit pop and the silhouette and fabric of the attire can be defined by location and season of your wedding.

For winter wedding festivities, designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi like this one patterned with geometric shapes and sequin motifs are ideal. The broad border of the Kurti enhances the style of this outfit with traditional Zardosi embroidery.

It is paired with a net dupatta that’s embedded with shimmery gold sequins. If you are looking to make a dramatic statement at the Sangeet ceremony or the Mehndi ceremony, this outfit is all you need!

Rainbow Colours

Adorned in a stunning Sabyasachi lehenga, you definitely want to make a statement at the party. So why stick to an outfit that comes in a single shade when you can go all out in multi-coloured designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi.

If you wish to stray away from traditional Indian attire, check out this striped designer Kurti that comes with a contemporary twist. The mainstay of this outfit it the striped patters that alternates between different colours like green, yellow, red and black.

The neckline adds to the drama with a Mandarin collar that has a red border embellished with Zardosi work. This funky Kurti is paired with a net dupatta that has a multi-coloured border. Some silver jewellery can add the finishing touch. 

Powder Blue

A beautiful beachside wedding warrants an outfit that comes in pastel shades like blue and green. Sabyasachi is known to add an element of grandeur to his outfits so although the designer’s Kurtis comes with all the works, they still score high on comfort.

This gorgeous powder blue suit is embedded with silver sequinned embroidery on the Kurti and the skirt. With a high neck and long-sleeve sheer arms, this outfit is ethnic-inspired but has a contemporary feel. Designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi is dominated by unique silhouettes like this one and many brides gravitate towards these looks for their comfort and style.

All you need to complete this gorgeous look is a Maang Tikka, keep the jewellery to a minimum so that all the focus is on the outfit. 

Black and Gold

If your style is more edgy and eclectic, designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi also come in darker shades like brown and black. While these colours don’t bide well with the summer heat, they’re perfect for weddings in the fall and winter. Sabyasachi is known for his transcendental embellishments that are plainly visible in this stunning gold and black long Kurti.

Glittering in gold, this outfit made of tissue silk is lined with intricate vine-like motifs that are laced through the body of the outfit. The Kurti is bordered with a broad gold border featuring some Gota Patti work. This simple yet stunning look is styled with a skirt and a dupatta - just add some gorgeous Juttis and you’re good to go.

Red and Gold

The modern-day Sabyasachi bride is defined by her effortless style and global choices. This is why many designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi are designed to add some European flavour to the classic Indian attire.

While the lehenga is the outfit choice for the main wedding, the festivities that lead up to the big day include everything from Kurtis to dresses. This stylish red Kurti is patterned with colourful floral embroidery and laced with sequins and a thick border.

The top is paired with a dupatta and pants that have a block print embossed on them. Style your hair into a chic bun and add some statement earrings to complete the look.  

Deep Maroon

If you are a traditional bride, designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi come in various styles to suit brides with different appetites. Many brides are in awe of how the designer’s looks are incredibly modern without actually using any modern motifs.  

These Kurtis use modern colours and fabrics while retaining the traditional Indian silhouette. For instance, this deep maroon Kurti is embossed with some Chikankari embroidery work and a gold border. The outfit is paired with a matching chiffon dupatta accented with gold sequins and traditional prints that complement the long Kurti.

While the style and cut of the outfit are fairly traditional, it’s the colours and patterns that give it this outfit a modern appeal. Add some Chandbali earrings for the finishing touch. 

Ivory White

The hot summer weather calls for wedding attire that comes in neutral tones. Colours like beige, ivory and pastels are a mainstay for summer wedding functions and when combined with a Kurti, they make for the perfect attire.

The wedding festivities involve a lot of movement as you mingle with the guests and an easy-breezy Kurti helps you stay mobile and cool. This ivory outfit is embedded with a sequinned block pattern that’s giving us some major contemporary vibes. This short Kurti is paired with a skirt and dupatta that is laced with gold.

These designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi are a must-have in every bridal wardrobe and work for both daytime and evening parties. Just add a pair of Jhumkis and bangles and you’re good to go! Designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi takes inspiration from the rich legacies of India and global and cosmopolitan choices of the brides of today.

The world-renowned couturier uses colour palettes that range from dark shades for the winter bride to light pastel shades for a beach wedding. Nevertheless, each Kurti is a work of art that never ceases to amaze.

If you are bride looking to make a major statement at the wedding festivities, make sure to bookmark these designer Kurtis by Sabyasachi immediately.

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All images have been taken from Sabyasachi's collection.