Statement Pieces From Indian States
Ditching the old-school and bending the rules to adorn what they ‘consider’ fashion; the new age bride does not hesitate to experiment with her choices. She takes pride in her ethnicity and celebrates her roots adorning these statement pieces as a part of the ceremonial look, en-route her wedding. This edition, we pay tribute to the iconic bijouterie from various Indian territories.
What does Sharmila Tagore, Preity Zinta, and Nargis Fakhri have in common? All have played a pretty Kashmiri damsel in at least one of their films. Similar is the case with Vidya Balan, Rani Mukherjee and Madhuri Dixit, who have adorned the regional jewellery for a Marathi mulgi look. And it would be a complete injustice if we deny not falling for the regional ornaments and ending up buying a pair or two when we visit these places to complement the cultural-vibe. As the Hindi idiom goes — Jaisa Des Vaisa Bhes, these iconic jewellery pieces are synonymous to the region’s identity.