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Sabyasachi Lehenga Price : So, How Much Does a Sabya Lehenga Really Cost?

BY Sakshi Saxena | 07 Jul, 2017

I know, you see sooo many brides rocking a Sabya lehenga on their wedding, and this thought is bound to cross your head. So we thought to address the elephant in the room, and get to the point for all your curious souls out there.

 

So, how much does an original Sabyasachi lehenga cost?

Getting straight to the point, Sabyasachi lehengas are priced anywhere between 1.2 to 6 lakhs. But the ones costing between Rs 1- 3 lakhs are simpler lehengas, better suited for smaller functions like the Mehendi or the Sangeet, and these are the ones you usually see online in stores like Perniaspopupshop and Carma Online or sometimes at Aza. You typically won't find them at his own bridal stores too often.

The more 'bridal' lehengas cost anywhere between Rs 2.95 to about 6-7 lakhs. These are stocked mostly in Sabyasachi Flagship stores and your multi-label stores like Aza and Ensemble. So yes, no Sabya bridal lehenga will cost you less than about 3 lakh rupees. The heavier work you opt for, the more the price goes up. There are also some couture pieces which go up to 25 lakhs.

What is the waiting time for a Sabya lehenga?

The waiting time for a Sabyasachi lehenga is usually 2 and a half months, right from start to finish. So make sure you plan accordingly. The lehenga is curated as per your frame and size. 

What about customised lehengas?

Customising a lehenga obviously costs more. But the reason you see so many brides sport the same Sabya lehenga on their wedding is because getting Sabyasachi to customise a lehenga is not an easy task. Altering it to your size is obviously done, but getting the same lehenga in a different shade or with different work as per your choice usually doesn't happen. Requests can be made, but since Sabyasachi Mukherjee approves every customisation himself, it's rare to get it done. 

Can you mix and match and make a lehenga?

That's another no. You cannot mix and match the choli of one lehenga to the dupatta or skirt of another. Sabyasachi lehengas are curated pieces, and there's no mixing and matching allowed.

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