We can discuss ad nauseam about how important accessories are to a look or we can straight up jump into talking about the accessory collection that has become every fashion lover’s equivalent of a sugar high. We’re waxing poetic about Sabyasachi accessories, that we are touting as the must-have accoutrements that are capable of elevating your look to new heights. With the festive/wedding season soon approaching, it’s important to start planning your outfits, and while you’re at it, we suggest incorporating these accompaniments into them.
Take a look at the bevy of Sabyasachi add-ons you need in your wardrobe.
Belts are a great way to contemporize a traditional outfit. The slight cinching of the waist also accentuates it, adding more shape to the overall look, which is especially appealing in a saree where the belt can moonlight as a cummerbund, too.
Another interesting way of wearing a belt on a traditional outfit is as seen on Natasha Poonawalla here, who held the dupatta in place by wearing a belt over it on her A-line gown to the Annual Royal Dinner hosted by the British Asian Trust.
For those who don't prefer wearing a snug belt, there’s the metallic variant with a tiger head motif for a buckle that will sit loosely around the waist giving your look some much-needed shape without the restraint. If your personal style leans toward bohemian, this is a great addition to your accessory wardrobe.
Carrying bulky handbags is a strict no when it comes to dressing for an occasion; instead, we suggest this oval minaudiere with a push-lock clasp by the designer which is spacious enough to throw in your phone, some makeup products (because who can go on without re-touching the lips a little) and other bare handbag essentials. These clutches are handy and chic, and most importantly, statement-making.
If you're dipping your toes in the logomania trend, then, there are clutches with the Sabyasachi logo on them, or you could look at the version with the Taj Mahal motif emblazoned on it.
They're available in a bevy of shades and in multitudes of textures like velvet and leather, so options are not in short supply.
The Nani Bucket Bag
If you belong to the potli-carrying camp instead of a clutch carrying one, then, the Sabyasachi Nani Bucket Bag is what you should look toward. The bag, which is a contemporized version of the humble potli, is a great way to inject a bohemian-inspired vibe into the look. Available in velvet, mock croc, and leather embroidered with kitsch patchwork, these bags are a great way to go handsfree into a wedding or any occasion.
Which of these Sabyasachi accessories interests you the most? Let us know in the comments below!