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Solah Shringar For A Typical Indian Bridal Look

Solah Shringaar for a Typical Indian Bridal Look
Of the 16 steps of the Indian bridal look (Solah Shringar), 10 of the requisites are fulfilled by jewellery. For the unversed, it includes bridal dress, bindi, sindoor, itra, kajal, mehendi, and various jewellery pieces. So what are those must-have jewellery pieces in an Indian bride's ensemble? Take a look. Head Adornment A head adornment sits pretty on the bride's forehead...

Top 3 Solitaire Ring Collections For The Couples To Say “I Do” In 2021

Top Solitaire Rings 2021
There are diamonds and then, there are solitaires. With its extraordinary sparkle, it lights up the “I Do” moments in an extraordinary way. While it becomes the talking point amongst the guests present at the venue, its shines stays with you forever as a special memory. With wedding season round the corner, many jewellery brands have rolled out a special...

3-in-1 Mangalsutra – An Ode To Modern Women

Diamond tanmaniya designs
Whether clad in traditional attire or formal office wear, the look of a married woman is never complete without a Mangalsutra. This is why a lot of married women folks today have at least two sets of Mangalsutra – a fancy one for special occasions and a dainty piece for every day. Keeping this in mind, a lot of jewellers...

Timeless Mangalsutra Designs Perfect For A Bridal Look

Only when the groom ties the Mangalsutra around the bride's neck, the couple is pronounced man and wife. Since that moment, the wife never parts with this piece of jewellery. It would also not be wrong to say that it is the first gift for the woman from her husband's side that binds them for a lifetime. The jewel...