Indian weddings are truly a celebration; they are a lavish and colourful four-day affair full of vibrancy, love and a whole lot of wow-factor. Bridal fashion is constantly changing. However, there are jewellery trends that never go out of fashion. The modern day bride prefers blending family traditions with edgy, contemporary elements that look just glamorous. So, all you brides to be, don’t forget to check out the new collection called ‘Mudhra’ of Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers.
Avanie Joshi, from Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers will talk about the different shades of an Indian bride
The Antique Bride, the significant red bridal colour has now been replaced by contemporary colours like magenta, marsala pink and peach, etc. For an antique look, a bride can wear colours like the peach; pair it with a handcrafted choker with statement earrings. You can wear your heirloom bangles and along with the hottest trend of 2016 i.e. haath phool.
This is a perfect look for a summer bride.
If you want to carry off the royal look, you can opt for more traditional colours like red or maroon along with a heavy gold dupatta. To highlight your neckline, go in for a ruby and emerald handcrafted choker along with a long Rajasthani haar with earring and bangles to complete your look.
If you are opting for a modern and chic look, like most modern day brides are, match your pink lehenga with a Kundan necklace made of red ruby drops and matching earrings. If you don’t want to wear a maang tikka, you can go in for a passa. A passa is a perfect accessory. In case, you are opting for a different colour like a blue lehenga, you can match it with a Kundan necklace and emerald green drops.
This look is perfect for a day wedding and you will look nothing short of a princess.
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