A big shout out to brides-to-be! How are the preparations going? But before we go ahead with that, let's talk about your bridal trousseau.
You may have already selected your wedding lehenga, you shoes, your jewellery. Now jewellery is as important as any other item of your bridal trousseau.
Today our focus is entirely on bridal jewellery. The reason is Sabyasachi collection His new collection features a series of bridal wears and bridal jewellery. While his lehengas are commendable, his jewellery is no less either.
After maang tikka and necklace, the most important piece of your jewellery is the nose ring. Now the point is how do you select a nose ring. Do you want a heavy nath or a nose ring with a chain or a simple hoop ring... there are so many choices.
But don't worry. What are we here for? In this piece, we have listed a number of bridal naths that you can try on your wedding. So if you are having a hard time with selecting a proper nath that not only goes with your face but also your lehenga then go ahead and read this...
The Bengali Style
If you're a Bengali-bride-to-be, then go for a gold nath with minimal craftwork and an attached chain.
The Ring Nath
If you like simple things in life and in your bridal trousseau then go just for a ring like this one. If you need a support add the chain to your nose ring.
If you don't like the hoop nose rings, then go for a petite version of them. Try the stone-studded version.
Multiple Chains Nose Ring
If you like heavy jewellery then go a 3-chain nose ring. It give a traditional touch and highlights your face. Avoid heavy maang tikka for this one though. You only want to focus on one jewellery item at a time.
Just A Ring!
You can give a try to a hoop nose ring. Just a ring and no attached chain. Not many brides go for this since it's the simplest look. But if you like fine and simple things, go for it.
The Bronze Nose Ring
This gives a Rajasthani touch. Instead of going for a pure gold shade, go for a slightly dull shade. Add heavy jhumkas to amp up the look.
The Marathi Style
Many brides like to go for Marathi style nath. If the white nath matches your bridal lehenga then why not give it try? But before you wear, give it trial. If it suits your lehenga then go ahead.
Smaller Hoop Nose Ring
Instead of going for large hoop nose rings, go for a smaller ring but finely crafted one. Especially, the one with studded stones.