Red color choora for the Indian brides

Choora Colors Which The New Age Brides Can Experiment With

Choora is considered as an auspicious bridal accessory and hence choosing its design and color carefully is very important. And traditionally only red was worn, but now the new age brides have a vast variety of color options to choose from, which they are happily experimenting with. Here are a few color options which the brides to be can choose from….

Peach– If you have opted for a lehnga in pastel shade then compliment it with a choora in a pastel peach shade. It will stunning.

Peach color choora for the Indian brides
Peach color choora for the Indian brides

Off white– Not many have a heart to wear this color on their wedding day. But the modern day brides are taking their chances and needless to say that it does look impressive.

Off White color choora for the Indian brides
Off White color choora for the Indian brides

Pastel Pink– You can wear this color with the lehnga’s done in shades of pinks. So you can match it up with the lehnga’s ranging from magenta color to powder and baby pinks.

Pastel pink color choora for the Indian brides
Pastel pink color choora for the Indian brides

Orange– If your lehnga is done in hot colors like coral, yellow, tangerine, orange, green etc. then you can definitely go for this color choora. Afterall its always good to take a break from the traditional red color.

Orange color choora for the Indian brides
Orange color choora for the Indian brides

Purple– Match a purple color choora with your multicolor lehnga’s to wear this accessory with a twist.

Purple color choora for the Indian brides
Purple color choora for the Indian brides

Maroon– A darker shade of red is what makes your hands look pretty like no other color. You can also combine a lot of antique gold bangles with this color to make them look their best.

Maroon color choora for the Indian brides
Maroon color choora for the Indian brides
Maroon color choora for the Indian brides
Maroon color choora for the Indian brides

Red– Ahhh…the traditional and the most commonly used color is red which goes safely with most of the outfit colors. So whichever color you have chosen for your lehnga, you can still safely use a red choora for your hands and surprisingly it won’t look mismatch.

Red color choora for the Indian brides
Red color choora for the Indian brides

Rani pink or magenta– The second most widely used color is this…..so whether you have a pink lehnga or a green or grey, it easily goes with most of the colors.

Pink color choora for the Indian brides
Pink color choora for the Indian brides

Dark blue– You can go in for this color to compliment your blue lehnga.

Dark Blue choora for the Indian brides
Dark Blue choora for the Indian brides

Green– A rare color to find, it will look ravishing when you contrast it with any pastel color lehnga.

green color choora for the Indian brides
green color choora for the Indian brides

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