If anyone has a way with clothes and making them stand out from the crowd, it's Sabyasachi. The couturier and designer hardly needs an introduction, his clientele includes many of the A-list stars from Bollywood. And while most of them have been spotted, time and again, wearing the designer's offerings as wedding goers, brides and more, there are still some relatively unseen iterations that you could emulate in your wardrobe, especially with the wedding and festive season in tow. Make no mistake, for there is more than just traditional outfits here! Ready to delve deeper?
From Aishwarya Rai Bacchan to Sonam Kapoor, here's all about the best of Sabyasachi outfits as spotted on celebs.
Worn about a decade earlier for Cannes 2010 red carpet, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's subdued yet striking saree continues to be on the best drapes by the designer. The tone-on-tone details and the highlighted bronze border, worn with minimal jewellery, is one that makes a strong case for pale hues, should one be on the fence about taking that route.
A few years later, Vidya Balan too chose a Sabyasachi drape while attending the Cannes Film Festival, opting for a classic, modest blouse in maroon to compliment her brown saree with maroon details and gold motif placement. In sync with the outfit, the Bollywood actress teamed her red carpet attire with statement jewellery, a fail-safe styling tip warranted to work for intimate gatherings this festive and wedding season.
One for those who like to keep it breezy. Aditi Rao Hydari chose to step out in a version that championed a dainty all-over print. We don't know what we love more—the blue and white colour play or the matching full-sleeves blouse that does complete justice to the drape.
Imitating the kurta, Sonam Kapoor's multi-hued Sabaysachi attire had a boho appeal to it, one ideal for those who like to keep it unconventional. The actress styled her outfit with juttis and jewellery that kept the attention on the outfit and should you be looking for non-conformist picks that make heads turn in close-knit wedding ceremonies, we are placing our bets on this.
Here's the perfect amalgamation of all things traditional and modern. Tara Sutaria's designer midnight blue gown may have come with the ubiquitous off-the-shoulder neckline but the details on the skirt reminded us of good old lehenga. The gold embroidery, the intricate detailing at the hem and the overall vibe definitely makes it one reception-worthy outfit, ideal whether you are a guest or the host! Accompanied by on-point makeup, of course!
Layering enthusiasts need not be disappointed for Kalki's Sabyasachi outfit highlights just that. The contemporary appeal lent by the printed outerwear and the top cinched underneath it, all done over a white flared kurta brings to the forefront yet another option for wearing your ceremonial clothing with a twist, ideal for those winter shindigs out in the open.
An embellished skirt and a ruffled top à la Ananya Panday to take it up a notch? Bring it on! The Bollywood actress's 'ready-in-a-jiffy' outfit is inspiration enough for those who wish to make it to the festive season's intimate get-togethers without having to go the traditional route.
Janhvi Kapoor's red dress with placement embroidery was enough to make anyone forget the LBD for a while. From wearing it solo to adding a layer for soirées for when it is a little chilly outside, with some eye makeup remaining consistent, it's difficult to not be obsessed with this red dress by Sabyasachi.
Vibrant, striking and utilitarian, Deepika Padukone's Sabyasachi outfit hit the ball out of the park. Teamed with statement earrings, towering heels and a potli bag, the straight kurta also serves as the best-suited option for those who are looking to keep comfort on the forefront while not compromising on style!
And at last, something for those who like to stick to the traditional format but of course, in a style that's relaxed. Anushka Sharma's appearance in the designer's offering is also the perfect example of going heavy with one separate (the dupatta) while keeping the rest plain and simple.
Did you find a favourite look by the designer?
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