Ace fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee just unveiled his Spring Couture 2017 collection. In a rather interesting manner Sabyasachi took to his official Instagram account to give us an insight of the entire Spring Couture 2017 collection exclusively in an Instagram show. And we have to say that we are awed by the brand new bridal collection that has references to the Sheesh Mahal, rose gardens, palaces and everything inspired by Rajasthan and its royalty. The floral designs, intricate embroidery and the beautiful fabrics makes the brand new collection perfect for the bride and groom.

In an interview Sabyasachi suggested that his collection is a reflection of the majestic palaces, the rich culture, traditions of clothing and the eclectic tastes of the Rajasthani royals. We just cannot get enough of the beautiful new designs of the collection. Let’s take a look at  Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s spring couture 2017 collection here:

The Udaipur collection Sabyasachi Couture 2017

These organza sarees are a must have!

The hand painted floral designs look nothing but beautiful!

The floral sherwani’s look incredibly chic!

Look classy in this beige lehenga with hand embroidered Ressham Meenakari work.

All the summer grooms need to get their hands on these classic Zardosi work sherwani.

Co-ordinated bride and groom

The Pardesi Phool series

This embroidered brocade blouse and sheer saree looks classy!

A perfect outfit for destination weddings

The elegant and royal Udaipur collection Sabyasachi Couture 2017

Modern yet classy…

Perfect for summer cocktail parties

Another one from the Pardesi Phool Series

The Renaissance capelet

Tulle lehenga and saree

More from Udaipur collection…

Beautiful mint and orange contrast

Hand printed sherwanis

The royal brides look mesmerizing in the brand new collection

Just cannot get enough of these floral designs

Brocade and crystal lehenga

Vintage hand-dyed brocade lehenga

This Benarsi saree looks amazing!

Color coordinated bride and grooms

Incredible Indian weddings

Revival embroidery

The rich and royal colors of Rajasthan

The royal and rich collection has been divided into different sections namely The Maharanas of Udaipur, Rani Sahiba Ke Pardesi Phool, Gulaal, Sheesh Mahal, The Benaras Gharana, Mharo Gulabi and Paheli.