11 Sabyasachi’s Inspiration for the Groom-to-be

When it comes to wedding clothing, Sabyasachi is our homie!

While he is the go-to person for all brides-to-be, our much handsome groom-to-be and his men too, can always rely on him for the most exceptional wedding wardrobe around. So, before you go all topsy-turvy with the best preps, don’t forget to check this compiled list of Sabyasachi’s  groom inspirations for this Fall Wedding:

1.Sherwani with complementing Safa

Contrasts and complementary colours rarely fail us. So when you’re buying your wedding Sherwani, do not forget to buy a complementing solid coloured Safa to add glam to your D-day look.

2.Vintage feel with silhouettes

If you’re in love with the old world charms, we’ve got the best one from Sabyasachi for your big day.  You can go for some raw silk Sherwani with a touch of age-old silhouettes and colours, like this,

3.Floral patterns for Sherwani

Yes, you read that right. Floral pattern swiped in right at the beginning of this year and has been trending since. Skirts, lehengas, sarees, floral patterns – both large and detailed, can enhance the overall appeal instantly. So if you’re looking for an ‘out-of-the-box’, go for a floral-patterned Sherwani.

4.Rajasthani mojaris

Opt for a Rajasthani mojari to go with your wedding Sherwani. No, not the usual mojari, you can get a matching pair of mojaris with golden or silver zari work so that you look sexy top to bottom – literally!

5.Vibrant patterns for Sherwani

Bored of the usual zari and beadwork? Go for some vibrant patterns like zigzag, stripes and mosaics on your Sherwani. If you’re worried how it’ll look, check these out,

6.Try tangerine

Looking for colours other than mustards and reds? Try tangerine hues with heavily-patterned uppers and solid coloured matching churidars,

7.Heavily-worked ecru Sherwani

If you don’t want the colour of your Sherwani to be too loud for your personality, go for elegant ecru with heavy work,


9.Jackets with solid kurtas

If you’re fond of solid colours with a twist, try a trendy raw silk jacket over your solid coloured kurta,

10. Pastel pagdis

Pastels never go out fashion. Best part? You can mix and match them with any colour or pattern, they’ll look even more fabulous. Check this,

11.Silk Kurtas

If you’re planning to keep it simple, go for silk kurtas. Nothing over-the-top, solid coloured silk kurtas with complementing Safas add elegance to your overall appearance. See for yourself,

Don’t forget to share a gorgeous picture of your big day featuring one of these ideas!





Decoding Devsena’s bridal look from Baahubali 2: The Conclusion


If your fascination with this year’s biggest blockbuster Baahubali 2: The Conclusion only gets fresh fizz with time, we can completely reciprocate the feels. Not just the striking visuals but the magic of the cast performance is simply unforgettable.

We can understand how you cannot stop fangirling about the charming Baahubali and the dashing Bhallaladeva. Those enamored by Anushka Shetty and her fabulous performance as the stunning Devasena – we’re in the same fan club.

Portraying the role with the utmost perfection, she gave us major fashion goals.  From eye makeup to hairstyling to jewelry – Devasena is the uber inspiration for the brides-to-be this season.

Let’s get you on board to master the look through one of the simplest tutorials for the look:


 While we’re drooling over the magnum cast of the series, we can’t help admiring the hard work of every single brain that went behind making it a supreme success. Tarang Arora, creative director of Amrapali, in Delhi’s Khan Market, during the film release frenzy, shared his experience of handcrafting all 1,500 pieces of jewellery for the film with intricate work in just 730 days.

Among the acting, dance moves, and costumes, Devasena’s jewellery definitely deserves a second look. Or, definitely more than that. Keeping in mind her character, that of a warrior princess, and the future of the Mahishmati clan, her jewellery pieces were made daint, solid-goldesque with elaborate coloured stones and meenakari.

So the brides in awe of Devasena, you know where to shop now?

If you are a tech-savvy ‘dulhan’, find your joy here:



Smitha Deepak, who loves ‘empowering women through beauty’, specializing in hairstyles, makeup, and more, is a gorgeous ‘brains with beauty’.

She recreates Devsena’s bridal look in Baahubali 2: The Conclusion in this video:

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6 Jewelry Items the Indian Bride Simply Cannot Miss

Indian weddings are best known for their gorgeously dressed brides. The fact is, some brides want to keep it to the minimal. We instead, insist you on choosing all your ‘solah shringar because it is your wedding, and you have to be as royal as possible.

So while you’re busy shopping till you drop, we’ve made a list of wedding jewelry you simply cannot afford to miss – however simple you prefer to be:

1.Maang tikkas:  If you’ve to look like a queen, start from the crowning glory itself. Maang tikkas are very much the trending favourite of brides and bridesmaids this season. From Padmavati’s exquisite maatha patti to a simple maang tikka in Alia Bhatt’s bridal look in 2 states, choose a headband that suits your face shape and size.

Wear a golden tiara or a bejeweled thick maatha patti, but absolutely do not forget to style your hair in a way that the jewel on top fits perfect.

2. Nosepieces:   Many brides prefer small neck pieces or false nose rings for their big day. We say whatever it is, do not miss the neck piece. Wear the big sized Mughal style or a tiny nose piece but keep it on your list. Nose pieces are one such ornament that mix tradition with the latest fashion statement so combine both for a drop-dead combo.

Deepika Padukone as Mastani in Bajirao Mastani has donned elaborate nose pieces – from sleek sized Marathi stud to a thick heavy work Mughal nose ring

3. Finger rings:   We’ve included finger rings because some brides prefer flaunting a one-piece wedding ring or an entire five-piece ring bracelet. Our dearest brides-to-be, we advise you to make the most of your fingers. Enhance the shape of your fingers by wearing huge rings – from colourfully stone studded to pure golds. Just make sure your mehndi isn’t the only thing drawing attention to your hands.

4. Waistbands:   ‘Kamar bands’ or waistbands almost vanished but they’ve once again entered the Indian fashion scene as more and more brides want to deck themselves up for the big day carrying all they can. You can choose from broad to slimmer waistbands, depending on your body structure. It not only covers the bare torso area but adds grace to the bride’s overall appearance.

Alia Bhatt sets beautiful Tamilian bride goals in 2 States. The thick kamar band highlighting her waist shape adds to elegance

5. Dainty toe rings:   When you walk down that flower-path with the man of your dreams – make sure you’re a head-turner. Colorful toe rings will grab people’s instant attention and keep them staring at the beautiful henna on your feet which generally get ignored.

6. Anklets:    Payal or anklets are another traditional piece of jewelry which have returned to fashion thanks to the variety of designs available in markets. Make sure your ghungroo keeps your groom waiting for you eagerly as you approach the mandap to take the precious oaths of a lifetime!