The gold kara or bangle look for the brides

Watch Out For These Ravishing ‘All Gold Hand Accessory’ Look For The Brides

While some brides go for a traditional choora for their wedding day, the others choose for a set of beautiful bangles combined with kara to match their outfits. But going for an all gold hand accessories is rare, and we are sure that this style will amaze you with its elegance and royalty. Here are a few ways to try this style…..

All Kundan bangles– Combining bangles and kara done in kundan will give your mehndi adorned pretty hands a royal touch of elegance. Wear a lot of bangles and finish it with huge kara on the ends. And if you are skipping the hathphool on this day, then match an oversized kundan ring on both the hands.

The gold kara or bangle look for the brides
The gold kara or bangle look for the brides

The single kara trend– And if you are not too happy to fill half of your hands with bangles then how about this sweet and simple style. Just pick up a hathphool in a striking design and wear it with a wide meenakari kara or any other gold kara style.

The gold kara or bangle look for the brides
The gold kara or bangle look for the brides

The oversized stuff– You can also combine a set of carved oversized kara with a single solid kara at the center.

The gold kara or bangle look for the brides
The gold kara or bangle look for the brides

Mix and match– Pacheli kada at the back, sleek bangles in the middle, and a solid kara at the front makes this concept a great thing to try. You can also use different golden rings on each finger to make it look more striking.

The gold kara or bangle look for the brides
The gold kara or bangle look for the brides

Match it with zerkin or diamond– If you want to create a little texture variation while wearing all gold then mix a few bangles in silver or gold stonework to make the design standout.

The gold kara or bangle look for the brides
The gold kara or bangle look for the brides

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