20 Delightful monotone lehengas from Sabyasachi’s Monotone nostalgia collection!

Bridal Fashions, Trends and Ideas

Date: 27th-Feb-2020

Sabyasachi is a magician who creates the most opulent yet timeless designer wears be it the clothes or accessories. He recently unveiled his new collection of monotone lehengas that are classy and interesting. We love the simple play of mono chrome colours and the complex embroidery that has gone into each piece! Have a look at the spectacular and drool worthy collection!

 

The lush embroidery on this ecru coloured lehenga is mind altering! We need another day to gush about the impressive jewellery the model is sporting in this one!

 

Who knew khaki was a bridal colour until Sabyasachi showed the world it is? We love the unique play of Khaki with the exquisite embroidery on this number.

 

Wouldn’t we love to be buried in this otherworldly eggnog coloured lehenga with remarkable multicolored embroidered motifs? We would surly wake up in designer heaven!

 

This mint lehenga is fun and fresh! It would look lovely on Indian skin tone and we adore this piece!

 

We can’t get enough of this parakeet green lehenga with a slightly tone different dhupatta and blouse. The lehenga looks minimalistic yet with striking embroidery, making it simple yet outstanding.

 

No one can do regal like Sabyasacthi. He effortlessly can make a dull ivory lehenga look grand and majestic!

 

Sage coloured lehenga never looked more fashionable and classy than this! The golden embroidery, the match accessory makes the ensemble a silent spectacle!

 

“Wow” is the word that comes to mind when we witness the simplicity and elegance of this copper lehenga!

 

The rose beige lehenga will make any bride look like a vision on her big day. Sabyasachi knows the exact colours that will do complete justice to India skin tone and this is the proof of it!

 

Everything about this ensemble is dreamy and dainty- the grand jewelry, minimal makeup, the gorgeous lehenga. Every aspect is superlative.

 

The honeydew coloured lehenga looks simple yet stunning. We love the jewellery on this model and the over sized rings on her finger.

 

Olive green with light mint dhupatta and blouse looks elegant and stunning! We love how the mismatch of colours works perfectly.

 

We love the dull mint lehenga with intricate embroidery all over the dress. The matching men’s sharwani looks as dashing as the lehenga.We love the dull mint lehenga with intricate embroidery all over the dress. The matching men’s sharwani looks as dashing as the lehenga.

 

Nothing beats the earthy tones of green and red. The monochromes sure look amazing and accentuate the wedding jewellery and accessories

 

Red is surly the colour to go to in Indian weddings. The lehenga looks traditional and we adore the elaborate embroidery in the ensemble.

 

Green is an auspicious colour in Islam and bride love to sport the colour on their big day. Her are 2 lovely shades that look fresh, fun and flamboyant.

 

The green lehenga is a classic go to for bride who wish to wear a lehenga that is traditional yet looks chic and fashionable. We love hoe the model is sporting a classic watch which somehow goes perfectly with the entire look.

 

This variation of same green lehenga looks gorgeous with the intricate design and the unique jewellery.

 

No one can de pastel monochrome than the master himself-Sabyasachi. Here are a few more mustards and yellow that we adore from this collection!

 

The pastel gold lehenga is what every bride dreams- unique, grand and timeless! The chunky jewellery compliments the dress perfectly and we love the minimal make up of this model.

 

The muted pastel green lehenga is right out of a Disney princess’s dream. It’s got every element we adore and look for- it’s timeless, simple yet stunning!

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purvisha patel

thanks for sharing sabyasachis lehengas design to choose and bridal lehengas are so sexy. sari

28 Feb 2020
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