5 Bridal Accessories that rocked this wedding season

5 Bridal Accessories that rocked this wedding season

5 Bridal Accessories that rocked this wedding season

2020 saw slashed down guest lists, & lavish weddings replaced by intimate affairs. COVID-19 may have dampened many a bride's big  dream wedding this year but there was no shortage of styling ideas for high statement bridal looks this year would be incomplete without some chic and fashionable accessories that go with the bride's wedding dress, make-up and overall wedding theme. We saw our Khoobsoorat brides Rock these 5 Bridal accessories this wedding season:


Kundan earrings

Kundan never gets old when it comes to finishing up a desi bridal look! Whether your bridal makeup is bold or nude, an elegant pair of kundan earrings can perfect your outfit.

Maang Teeka or Maatha Patti

Many brides were seen adorning this beautiful piece of jewelry that sits powerfully on your forehead. The stunning Maatha patti is an unforgettable statement headpiece. The minimal maang teeka can also be paired with both formal & an informal look. 

Brides by: Natasha Salon Karachi.


Potli bag

Our grandmothers would be delighted to see this fashion staple return with such a vengeance. A matching small potli bag with your wedding outfit, elegantly wrapped on your wrist, is a winner this wedding season!  It should fit important things like cards, some cash and a little makeup and be commissioned as such. Try designing one that can also be used with other outfits to get you bang for your buck.

Chooriyan

The traditional chooriyan are back in a big way! matching bangles were widely spotted in a variety of colors and styles. Choose ones that go the most with your sense of style, bridal outfit and makeup. 

 Kalire

Traditionally Kalires were ornamental jewelry worn by Punjabi brides on their wrists along with her bangles. They pack high voltage power and scream desi glamour.  These enchanting pieces are much like chandeliers  & represent prosperity for the bride in her new home.

Kalires are worn as a reminder of the bride's friends and past, and celebrate what she’s leaving behind. Share any picture of a bride you saw dorn these Mega statement pieces. 

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