Having a traditional significance and nowadays being a style statement, choodas are undeniable the most favorite accessories of the newly wedded bride. The unparalleled quintessence of those red and white bridal bangles is something that every woman has desired since she was a little girl fantasizing about her wedding day!

But with changing trends, we can see a lot of brides experimenting when it comes to their wedding day outfit and accessories. So, we bring you chooda designs and trends for this wedding season with a twist.

The Classic Red With Twist


If you want to adorn a red chooda but still want to experiment with the look of it, then take some cues from these brides. This style is also for those whose family won’t approve of experimenting more with the classic red choodas. So, add a twist to your classic red choodas by either pair it up with golden kadas or plain green bangles. 

With Unique Colors


Just like unique colors are trending for your wedding lehenga, unique colors are trending for choodas too. Get away with the classic red colors and try unusual and unique colors of pinks, peaches, oranges, or a completely white set either matching your lehenga color or doing a color contrast.

Bangle And Kada Set


Few modern-day brides are completely ditching the choodas altogether and opting for the bangle and Kada set options. Loads of bangles paired up with gold, silver, diamond, Kundan, or enameled kadas are basically how you can wear them. In fact, we are loving how the bangles are coordinating with the lehenga amidst the huge kadas. Have a look!

Choodas With Danglers



Want something extra? Opt for these heavy and beautiful chooda sets with danglers hanging on it. 


Or how about these gorgeous ghungroo bangles paired with a normal set of choodas? Looks absolutely stunning.


Ahh! How pretty this shell design looks? Try experimenting with such designs and rock your bridal look.

So, which chooda design and trend among these will you choose? Try experimenting with your look on your wedding day and be a hatke bride.