Plus-Size Bride Wore A Unique-Coloured Lehenga From Sabyasachi, Ditched The 'Dupatta' On Head

The plus-size bride donned a gorgeous heritage Sabyasachi Mukherjee lehenga for her wedding day. Check out as we decode her wedding day look!


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Plus-Size Bride Wore A Unique-Coloured Lehenga From Sabyasachi, Ditched The 'Dupatta' On Head

A wedding is the happiest occasion for the entire family of ladkiwalas and ladkewalas. However, it is always the bride, who steals all the limelight on the biggest day of her life. From durr wali aunty to neighbourhood chachi, everyone wants to know what the bride is wearing. Over time, we have spotted Indian brides ditch the traditional red-colour and opt for pastels, grey and whatnot.

However, more than the normal brides, it is the plus-size bride and the way they style outfits on their biggest day that has swooned every heart. As more and more plus-size brides are opting for their dream designer, Sabyasachi Mukjherjee's lehengas. After all, he is one of the designers, who caters to the need of every body type. 

Plus-size bride wore Sabyasachi heritage lehenga

The bride of the week, Jheal Shah is the CEO of a womenswear brand. She is also an artist and a consultant. Recently, the gorgeousness had married the dream man of her life in a grand ceremony in Mumbai. For the wedding, the bride had opted for a heritage lehenga from ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's bridal collection. Her golden lehenga featured pop of colours with sequins. She had ditched the dupatta over her head.

The bride opted for minimal jewellery

The bride had ditched heavy statement jewellery. She had kept her look minimal with a red stone and meenakrari-work necklace, matching earrings with sil, and a maang teeka. She had accentuated her look with nude-toned makeup, smokey eyes, and mauve lipstick. The bride's look was completed with her hair half tied at the back.

We love the bride's gorgeous golden lehenga and the way she styled it!  

Images Courtesy: Brides of Sabyasachi, Jheal Shah