4, Basisthapur Bylane Number 2, Wireless, Basisthpur, Guwahati, Assam, Indi...
A bride deserves to feel amazing in her wedding dress because it is not just the jewelry and the makeup that a bride looks forward to, but also the outfit that she will be wearing for her auspicious day. A wedding dress of an Indian bride ranges from sarees to lehengas and many more but Mekhela Chador by Sanjukta offers both lehengas and sarees for the brides that approach her. Sanjukta Dutta is a fashion designer based in Assam who was actually a techie before she was internationally known as a designer couture label. Sanjukta is a creative designer who mixes contemporary with Indian craftsmanship that has been worn by celebrities like Hema Malini, Bipasha Basu, Nora Fatehi, Raveena Tandon, and Sonakshi Sinha along with many more. Sanjukta Dutta established Mekhela Chador by Sanjukta, a boutique in Guwahati, and is known worldwide for her designs at fashion shows like Lakme Fashion Week and also New York Fashion Week in 2022. Her boutique offers brides various types of her unique styles in bespoke or even in ready-to-purchase outfits. Mekhela Chador by Sanjukta offers outfits for both brides and bridesmaids to feel their best on such a memorable day that her boutique offers them nothing but the best as her clothes are all made with excellent quality that makes the bride look amazing and comfortable along with feeling beautiful.
Mekhela Chador by Sanjukta offers her brides a mix of mixed Indian craftsmanship and contemporary designs that the professional fashion designer makes and has been making for more than two decades. Here are some of the outfit types that Mekhela Chador by Sanjukta offers:
2 years 9 months
Custom designed outfits from scratch, Ready to purchase outfits
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Years since established
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Last Review Updated on 3 Oct 2022
Reviewed 5 months ago
Although the design is unique the woven quality is very bad. We ordered one Mekhela Chador set from Sanjukta Maam by looking online. I think you should go for buying this sort of expensive things offline. The stitching quality is not so good. We got used clothes, it looks like it is used by someone. Sanjukta is a famous designer but her artisans are not experienced. As a Assamese artisan they should know how to weave silk clothes. There are so many artisans in villages who are really incomparable.