Alia Bhatt seems to have a never-ending love affair with Sabyasachi ensembles. Be it her red carpet appearance or casual outings, the actress never misses out on an occasion to sport outfits by her favourite designer - Sabyasachi Mukherjee, who is known for his detailed outfits and excellent craftsmanship. Here we have complied 5 moments when Alia has showcased her love for Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s designs.
For the promotions of her latest movie, Kalank, the actress wore the designers' outfits quite a few times. An outfit that stood out though, was a bandhani lehenga skirt in red colour. The actress teamed it up with an off-shoulder top blouse. To complete her OOTD, Bhatt picked a pair of bright red sandals and shoulder-grazing gold chandabalis. Loose curls, matte pink lipstick, and minimal makeup rounded off her look.
Bandhani Kurta Set
In this picture, Alia Bhatt is seen sporting a vibrant green bandhani kurta set by Sabyasachi. She teamed up her A-line kurta with matching palazzo pants and a dupatta. Alia Bhatt opted for minimalistic makeup, but the diva has accessorised her outfit with a pair of chandabalis encrusted with uncut diamonds. Sleek bun and a tiny bindi rounded off her look.
Here, Alia Bhatt is seen sporting a striking red saree featuring intricate floral embroidery all over it. The Raazi actress draped her red organza number over a matching red blouse that came with a low back. Bhatt kept her look simple yet elegant with minimal makeup. Heavy chandabalis, kohled-eyes, and a neat low bun completed her look.
For Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s wedding reception, Alia Bhatt opted for an elegant fluorescent green lehenga. Her outfit was comprised of a humble half-sleeved blouse, matching dupatta and a voluminous skirt, which had golden embroidery all over it. To round off her look, Alia Bhatt reached out for a choker, statement earrings, and a matching maang tikka. She wore her hair in a half-up, half-down 'do, and finished off her look with subtle makeup.
The dimpled beauty looked the epitome of beauty in this red kurta and gharara set by her favourite designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her outfit was comprised of a deep red silk mashru kurta, a velvet gharara, and a hand-embroidered organza dupatta which had a golden border.