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FASHION VALUE CHAIN

Jewelry unites a bride’s complete bridal ensemble since it gives her bridal persona the perfect finishing touch in all its splendour. A bride’s smile and delight alone can light up the entire ensemble, but mathapatti, rings, and other bridal jewellery undoubtedly tie the whole thing together.

We have you covered with some fashion tips from professionals to make your bridal jewellery pop, whether you’re a bride who enjoys a very heavy appearance on your wedding day or one who wishes to adopt minimalism in both your life and your bridal style. In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Rent n Flaunt founder SakshiGoel revealed:

1) Are you drawn to regal vibes? You build it up with these.

Partner at Dassani Brothers, SumitDassani, added the following advice to the list:

1. For modern brides who want to make their wedding stand out and be more noticeable, traditional wedding jewellery like the mathapatti or sheeshpatti is the cherry on top.

2. After deciding on the bride’s attire, wedding jewellery should be picked while taking the design, colour, and overall appeal of the ensemble into consideration. In order to enhance the appearance of a lehenga that is red or pink, jewellery with opposing tones should be taken into consideration. It is highly recommended to get a jadaupolki necklace set with emerald and pearls for such apparel. However, it is advised to wear pastel jewellery to match an off-white, cream, or pastel attire.