The love for Banarasi fabrics is intertwined in all our desi spirits, the finest textures and the rich woven surface has always inspired the fashion fraternity and us. From banarasi sarees that have a permanent place in the bridal trousseau to brocade sherwanis for men, here are some of the designers who have beautifully added this lustrous fabric in their designs, to give the contemporary bride something to fall in love with. ShaadiWish helps you find the go-to designers for your dose of Banarasi ensembles.

1. Rahul Mishra

His belief that beauty lies in simplicity makes his collection even more inspiring. The range celebrates the different facets of natures – the flora, fauna and intricately carved designs around that motto. The colors are powdery yet bold, sheer yet enticing, that’s what draws the keen eyes upon this couture.

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This royal blue saree worn by Shruti Haasan has paisley motifs all over making it an ideal wear for the newlywed bride. Match this with ivory or mustard for that contrasting look.
Where: F – 75, Sector-8, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301,
Phone: 0120 433 2456
Timings: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Price: Price starts at INR 51,000

2. Ritu Kumar

Ritu Kumar is a celebrated designer not just in India, but worldwide. She marries prints beautifully with intricate folk embroidery in earthy tones while embracing the Indian roots. From western silhouettes to quintessential Indian styles, her unique creations have never gone unnoticed.

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Aditi Rao Hydari looks stunning in this experimental draped style, yet conventional Banarasi saree, definitely belongs in your closet too!
Where: Shop No : 33, First & Second floor, Khan Market,New Delhi
Phone: 011-43560074/75
Timings: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm
Price: Price starts at INR 29,990

3. EKAYA – Banaras

The spirit of Ekaya is so entrenched, you’d definitely resonate with it. The love for Banarasis and other variety of silks here are far and beyond the usual. From exclusively designed one of its kind pieces for the brides to carefully curated sarees for the discerning audience, Ekaya is the mecca for anyone looking to douse in Banarasi fabrics.

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The intricacies in the fabric and the interesting collaborations make Ekaya even more desirable.
Where: D- 7, Defence Colony; Contact: 011 41009143
Timings: 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
Price: Brocades start at INR 10,000, Other Silks and Tussars at INR 7,000, Real Zari Sarees at INR 40,000, and Speciality Saris at INR 40,000.

4. Namrata Joshipura

Innovative western silhouettes that blend well in Banarasi fabrics is Namrata Joshipura’s style. Modern draped jackets, pants, dresses and jumpsuits is what you’ll find in her medley. Gold, ivory, black and copper are the themes that add more lustre to this traditional weave. After seeing the designs, You’d love to own some of these pieces in your designer collection, we guarantee.

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This definitely belongs in your trousseau, if you are the maverick bride.
Where: B-65, Industrial Area, B Block, Sector 5, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301,
Phone: 0120-425 8145
Timings: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Price: Price starts at INR 15,500

5. Gaurang Shah

The banarasi hand weave virtuoso as he is known to be, Gaurang Shah’s collection of utterly gorgeous, bright ensembles are really lust worthy. The shades of yellows, blues and reds are divine and authentically hand crafted in heavy brocade dupattas, pleated lehengas or sarees. From Vidya Balan to Sonam Kapoor, very few have been left unimpressed by his collection.

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Sonam’s color combination is perfect for the Indian bride who has a sophisticated taste.
Where: D-24, Defence Colony Delhi India 110024, 9000238002
Timings: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Price: Price starts at INR 14,000

6. Jayanti Reddy

Jayanti Reddy’s understated charm reflects in the outfits, making it an ideal wear for all the bridesmaids and of course the elegant bride to be. The simple silhouettes in exciting colors give it that extra punch of vibrancy. A fan of minimal detailing, Jayanti Reddy’s collection has always been on our bridal trousseau list.

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The balancing look, with a heavy brocade dupatta and chic embroidered lehenga.
Where: Rd Number 8, Site-2, Film Nagar, Hyderabad, Telangana 500096.
Phone: +91 7330687770,
Timings: 11 Am to 7 pm
Price: Price starts at INR 32,900

7. Ayush Kejriwal

Ayushi Kejriwal is a gifted designer, naturally towering over the rest of the artists by creating extraordinary banarasi pieces in his range. He has managed to revolutionize this customary fabric by directing it in a way that the modern Indian bride would admire. The colors, the ethnic touch and the thought behind the sarees, all in all, he is rising in this chart and how!

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This crimson saree is waiting for the bride who can carry off that blue as a nahi bahu.

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Phone: 00447840384707
Price: Price starts at INR 14,000

8. Sanjay Garg for Raw Mango

The entire collection at Raw Mango is influenced by the kadwa technique of brocade weaving. In this, the unusual motifs like cows, pomegranate, parrots are ornamented on the fabric during the weaving process and that’s what makes every piece from Sanjay Garg’s range posh and sassy. His aesthetic sense isn’t common and a woman with panache would love to own some outfits in her wardrobe from Raw Mango.

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Jacqueline surely dazzles in this parrot motifs saree.
Where: Angoori Badi, Farm 2, Road AA, Ansal Villas, Satbadi, Chhatarpur, New Delhi – 110074. India.
Timings: 10:00 am to 5.30 pm
Price: Price starts at INR 4,500

9. Payal Khandwala

Her design label is perfect for the new age bride, who loves a little drama but has her heart set on the most endorsed items, like essential brocades. Payal Khandwala’s reincarnation of this glorious fabric has smitten many bollywood divas. The unique falls, the neat detailing and the concepts, all converted into indo-western wear for your closet. Think capes, think palazzos and crop tops.

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The elemental designs and those hues, we wouldn’t mind making that switch.
Where: 6A Matsyalaya Bungalow, 6 Chimbai Road (Old Kantwadi Road), Bandra West, Mumbai,
Timings: 11:00am to 7.30 pm
Phone: 022- 2640 6243
Price: Price starts at INR 40,000 for the bridal range.

10. Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Enough and more has been written about this luminary. His love for indigenous fabrics knows no boundaries and with every collection we witness another exemplary result. The Nilaya collection of brocades in deep hues was just that and more. Sabyasachi is on every bride’s list and we had to include him here too.

Image Source: Sabyasachi Mukherjee on Instagram

Deepika looks like a vision in this blissful red brocade saree.
Where: H-5/11, Mehrauli Road, Near Qutab Minar, New Delhi,
Phone: 011 2664 4350
Timings: 11 am –7pm
Featured Image: Sabyasachi 

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