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Unique & Trendy Bridal Necklace Designs

The bridal jewellery selection is a time-consuming and elaborate task. There are multiple choices to make right from your Maatha Patti to payal, and they have to go with each other and also with your outfit. One such important element of your jewellery is the necklace. This is often the one piece that attracts a lot of attention and is at the centre of your look. And, by virtue of the same, a lot of care has to be given to its selection. We are aware that there are a gazillion designs and trends out there and that is why we have collated for you here all the fashionable models. 

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Latest Trends In Bridal Earrings

When it comes to bridal jewellery, each and every article is very important, and these include the earrings. Earrings attract a lot of attention and can change the vibe of your whole look. A diamond stud is an entirely different look from a passa style earring, so choose with care. To make things a little easier for you, we have collated the designs which are currently trending and sported by the brides. 

13 Latest & Trending Bridal Earring Designs

Earrings are one accessory which you can never leave out of your bridal ensemble. You may choose to wear elaborate gold earrings and avoid a necklace but the other way around does not happen. You will need to wear small studs at the least. Often, earrings are the first accessory which is decided upon and … read more

Popular and Modern Bridal Bangle Designs

When it comes to jewellery, bangles often do not get the same attention as your necklace or earrings. They are usually chosen at the end, and you don’t get to spend enough time on them. So, to make it easier for you, we thought we would collate popular bangle ideas from across the web. Something to note is that bangles are usually the easiest to reuse and restyle. So, make the right choice, and you can enjoy them for a long time.

10 Unconventional Haath Phool Designs for Brides

An elegant outfit, lavish jewelry, perfect hair, graceful expressions and a smile on the face; an event in itself is the transformation of a child into a woman. Every accessory that a bride carries on her wedding day is special, whether it’s the nath, bangles, earrings or maang teekas.  A haath phool is one of … read more

Glamorous Matha Patti Designs For 2020 Brides To Flaunt

Matha Patti plays a very important role in giving the bride a final look. It’s one of the never-ending trends. With gobs of beautiful designs and patterns available, it’s hard to choose one from the stunning oversized & multi-layered ones to the girlish & lightweight ones. No wonder the brides are religiously swearing by this … read more

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Setting up Your Bridal Jewellery Goals? – Traditional to Contemporary Wedding Jewellery from Malabar Gold and Diamonds That Any Girl Would Love to Own!

While planning your wedding shopping, the main detail that you need to give utmost attention and consideration to, is the jewellery. Picking the right kind of jewellery can be tricky and this is why Malabar Gold and Diamonds has launched a beautiful wedding jewellery collection for the various brides in India. This year the exclusive … read more

10 Best Gold Necklace Designs for 2019 Weddings

When you get married you really want to every bit of the beautiful dreamy bride as you are. You don’t want to miss out a single thing. You want to look perfect. You browsed through the best cities and wedding halls to narrow down on the top banquet halls. Or maybe you are getting married … read more

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7 Tips For Buying Gold Jewellery This Diwali

Diwali is one of the holiest festivals for Indians. Indians love to splurge while buying gold jewellery. They are of the belief that buying gold jewellery is a sound investment. It can come handy later in marriages, or even liquidating for cash during some financial crisis. Diwali is a festival of wealth and prosperity and … read more

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15 Best Ways to Wear Maang Tikkas and Jhoomars

Maang Tikka is the primary accessory for Indian brides. It is designed in such a way that it rests on the Agya chakra; A spot on the woman’s forehead, in between the eyebrows, which is the seat of preservation. Before getting onto 15 Best Ways to Wear Maang Tikkas and Jhoomars, let’s have a look … read more

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