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Visit the Sabyasachi Mumbai Store for a Mindblowing Wedding Shopping Experience

Sabyasachi stores are known for the designer’s passion for art and everything Indian. The Mumbai store is no exception. Let’s see why.

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Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s flagship store in Mumbai is an ode to the city. Located in a colonial building at the city’s cultural centre, Kala Ghoda, it features elaborate bridal dresses, ready-to-wear saris, and Indian and western clothing. Here brides can also find tailor-made wedding jewellery personally curated by the designer. If these reasons are not enough for you to visit the Sabyasachi Mumbai store, we share some more with you. Sabyasachi Mukherjee also has a flagship store in Delhi.

Reasons to Visit the Sabyasachi Mumbai Store

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1. Go in for the experience

A result of six months of planning, Sabyasachi’s store in Mumbai is more about an experience and less about retail. The designer wants the brides to come in and enjoy the luxurious space he has created. Here you can pick a cup of hand-pressed coffee, read a book, sit back and relax.

2. Take guidance for wedding jewellery

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Kishan Das & Co. of Hyderabad known for heritage jewellery since 1870, houses a specially curated line of wedding jewellery designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee at a shop-in-shop at the Mumbai store. The brides who visit the store for their wedding shopping can seek guidance from the team on jewellery that will complement their outfits.

3. Go for menswear

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Well, why should brides have all the fun? The Sabyasachi Mumbai storehouses menswear as well. One of the special suites at the store features a special section for the grooms. Apart from the regular attires, here grooms can find sherwanis and bandhgalas. Tailor-made services are available for men too.

4. Inside Sabyasachi Store in Mumbai

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Spread across 8,500 sq feet and two levels, the Sabyasachi store in Mumbai is about both indulgence and inspiration. More of a concept store, it is an overview of the designer’s vision of Indian luxury. Imagine 52 antique rugs, 22 vintage hand-painted chandeliers, 400 ittar bottles picked up from the markets in Lucknow and Hyderabad, and a collection of clocks that make you forget time. That’s a real Sabyasachi store nestled in the heart of the city.

Every corner of the store spells grandeur but has a vintage touch to it. Where else would you find a shining biography of prominent actress Waheeda Rehman kept in a glass box next to a neckpiece worth lakhs?

Even the changing room is as glamorous as a regal movie set and intends to make an individual feel like a Bollywood star. With the help of printed curtains, brass bannisters, and drapery, Sabyasachi has tried to replicate the clubs and Zamindar houses of Colonial Calcutta. Overall, the store in Mumbai’s art capital is magical, royal, and overwhelmingly Indian.

5. Sabyasachi's Save a Saree Initiative

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The launch of the Sabyasachi Mumbai store also led to a project known as saving a saree. According to the initiative, the designer curates hand-woven sarees made on a non-profit basis. The aim of the project is to revive the use of Khadi and improve the livelihood of weavers. His efforts have been strongly supported by several Bollywood celebrities.

Latest Sabyasachi Heritage Jewellery Pieces We Love

1. Bangles and rings

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Perfect for pre-wedding festivities, this assorted set of traditional bangles and rings in pearls, rubies, uncut diamonds, and emeralds will add a touch of elegance to your outfit. Sabyasachi's heritage jewellery would be perfect for any bride-to-be. 

2. Aadia choker and jhumkas

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When it comes to heritage jewellery by Sabyasachi, no bride can wrong with this statement choker in uncut diamonds and tourmalines with complementing do-mukh Jhumkas and Maang Tikka.

3. Multicoloured gemstones

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22-karat gold bridal necklace made with rubies and emeralds and strung with pearls is a great way to elevate your look. And of course, the heritage tika and Chandbali set along with the necklace will make you a bride who is going to be remembered.

4. Chandbalis

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If your pre-wedding attire has a busy neckline and you don’t want a lot of bling, then these Chandbalis in 22-karat gold is just perfect for you. Its intricate design speaks for itself making it an ideal wear for occasions like engagement and Sangeet ceremony.

Overall, whether it’s for wedding shopping, inspiration, or simply experience, the Sabyasachi store in Mumbai should definitely be on your must-visit list. And of course the surroundings too! You can take inspiration from Sabyasachi's bridal collection too and ace your fashion game. 

Have you been to the Sabyasachi Mumbai store ever? How was your experience? Let us know through comments.