The wedding season has began and we are all amp-ed up to buy Indian ethnic wears. While we are extra motivated to shop sarees, saree gowns, jewelry, salwars, lehengas, we totally ignore the accessorizing aspect of Indian outfits.
Our ethnic wardrobe designers might have done wonders but they are totally missing out the point of accessories. Indians are blessed with splendid choices when it comes to wedding wardrobe.
The regal jewelry collection that includes everything for every body part. For nose it has nathanis, for hands it has bangles, chuddas , bajuband; for ankles it has payal and that goes on... And the best part is the gajras. The grace of gajras is undefined. The look and the fragrance it adds to a bride's outfit is sublime. The magnificent white jasmine flowers weaved intricately and pinned around the black hair truly accentuates the entire bridal outfit.
So today, as established above we are going to talk about the most ignored aspect of a wedding outfit: Gajras. We thought of listing down the styles of gajras that you should try this wedding season.
While most will totally shun away the accessorizing part, you can rock that saree with your splendid jasmine gajras. So here goes...
1. South Indian Gajra With Kanchipuram Silk
2. Rubberband Gajra With A Cotton Saree
3. Half-moon Gajra With A Silk Saree
4.Intricate Gajra With A Saree Gown
5. Bun Gajra With A Net Saree