With the wedding season on, COVID 19 has not been able to dampen celebrations even though the functions have become more intimate. In a way, we will have all those present who are truly important to us and that is close family and a few friends who have always been there for us. For a bride, it is all about emotions and looking her best and take her groom's breath away. Ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee has unveiled a new collection of wedding lehengas and blouses, tapping in all bright and pastel colours in the ensembles. There are so many elements one can take inspiration from, be it the exquisite jewellery, the bags, the footwear or the fabric and borders of the lehengas. Scroll down to see what catches your eye.

Sea Green & Pink Pastels

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This contemporary Benarasi bridal lehenga has been "embellished with embroidered borders inspired by Indian folklore. Paired with Sabyasachi's iconic Chaand blouse and an embroidered organza dupatta. The look is accessorised with eclectic jewellery from the Sabyasachi heritage jewellery collection", reads the post on Sabysachi's Instagram. It has layers below the skirt and the usage of different pastel shades is the signature style of Sabyasachi. If the blouse neck cut is too deep for you, you can always ask the tailor to make it a little higher or simply add layers to your neckpiece instead of a choker. Pair the lehenga with a floral jutti or wedges if height is an issue for you.

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Vermillion Red & Saffron Orange

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As explained on Sabyasachi's Instagram handle, this is a "contemporary bridal lehenga in handwoven silk matka, embellished with embroidered borders inspired by Indian folklore. It is paired with a Benarasi dupatta and our iconic kanthi blouse in textured silk." The look has been amped up with jewellery and bag from the Sabyasachi heritage jewellery collection and Sabyasachi Accessories. The vermillion red is what a traditional bride would look for and paired with an orange blouse with sleeves definitely giving the ensemble a classy look. Perfect for a winter bride, the border is the main attraction of the lehenga. Since the blouse is full sleeved and high neck, a choker would look seamless with the look. The inside of the skirt too has a different print fabric so you do not have to worry how it looks when you are not paying attention. 

Multi Coloured Pastel Lehenga

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This is a printed and embroidered "khadi bridal lehenga with embroidered khadi blouse, paired with an embroidered tulle dupatta". The bag has been coined as the nani bucket by Sabyasachi while embroidered shoes are from Sabyasachi x Christian Louboutin collection. The simple but intricate jewellery is from the magician's official jewellery collection.

Heavily Embroidered With Dull Golden Finish

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This is a rose jade organza bridal lehenga, which has been meticulously embroidered with Kashmiri threadwork inspired by "Sabyasachi’s personal collection of antique shawls." Detailed with vintage embroidered borders edged with silver dipped ‘kiran’, the entire look has been amped up with polki jewellery from the Sabyasachi heritage jewellery. This is clearly a very heavy ensemble but for sure an heirloom-worthy pick.

Haldi Hued Banarasi Lehenga

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This contemporary Benarasi bridal lehenga, has been embellished with embroidered borders. "It is paired with Sabyasachi's iconic Chaand blouse and an embroidered organza dupatta". The choker is full of gemstones that complete the look in every way. What catches the eye is that the turmeric yellow lehenga which could look monotonous since the blouse is in the same shade has been given a break with a different border. 

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Ivory Organza 

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The most royal finished lehenga in this collection, Sabyasachi has used a tea rose-ivory organza fabric for the bridal lehenga, which has been meticulously embroidered with Kashmiri thread work. According to the official social media handle, this thread work has been inspired by Sabyasachi’s personal collection of antique shawls. The detailed vintage finished embroidered borders with silver dipped ‘kiran’ is unmissable. It gives the lehenga that bridal element which would look perfect if you are having a day time wedding. Pair it with some polki jewellery and you are set.

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