For the modern bride who adores sophisticated maximalism

The cusp of summer has brought us a delightful surprise in Sabyasachi’s Spring/Summer collection christened Fiza that adds modernity to silhouettes as traditional as the ancient Roman toga. It features pieces you could use for a big, grand wedding in a palace or a light, intimate one in a resort. In its overall essence, Fiza is classy yet free-spirited and has a tinge of bohemianism – as Sabyasachi puts it, it’s about “embracing the new lightness of being”.

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The legendary designer of Indian bridal wear has awed the entire fashion fraternity with his choice of fabric – hand crushed organdy – in a pale pink sari and a toga with delicate gota-patti embroidery.

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While there’s no dearth of those characteristic Sabyasachi outfits representing traditional regal glamour – off-whites with intricate metallic embroideries, to be specific – there’s also a good deal of playfulness with yellow, fuchsia and turquoise. The bright hues paired with one another, like the fuchsia flowers with the yellow saree, make a happy picture.

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Bridal lehengas in pistachio and pale pink (that corset blouse is surely something to add to your trousseau) bring in the much expected pastel faire for a summer wedding – their trailing tulle veils add an interesting fusion element.

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Sabyasachi’s khadi bride | It takes a most substantial artist to make luxury couture out of a fabric that epitomizes earthiness and sustainability. “For me, khadi is equivalent to wellness and nothing can be more luxurious than that. When I look back at the last 20 years, my khadi bridal lehengas are what I am most proud of”, says Sabyasachi.

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Priyanka Chopra’s red wedding lehenga | This show-stopping ensemble gracefully announces the magic words: “Happily ever after”.

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Every look in the jaw-dropping showcase is as notable for its jewelry as it is for the garments. The jewelry selection stays true to the Sabyasachi signature of theatrical regality with generous layers of precious stone-studded necklaces, mutual cut and rose cut diamonds and elaborate statement rings.

An additional component to steal from the looks of Sabyasachi’s gorgeous models is the hair and makeup – natural, relaxed and almost messy tresses create a delightful air of romance – and the makeup palette of bronzes and nudes perfectly complements the grandeur of the outfits.

The bottom line: This collection is worth getting married for.

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