Rock those pretty designer Kalire because you Only Get Married Once

So, let’s talk about the much-popular accessory or jewlery for the new-age brides who like to don these pretty trinkets on the Big Day. As per the Indian tradition, the fable says that in the earlier times, brides had to cover long distance from her maternal home to the new place. The kalire were encrusted with beetle nuts, dry fruits and cocunut to help her feed during the voyage. It’s symbolic of a happy bride and the metal signifies wealth and prosperity. Let’s take a look at the most beautiful designs:

Embellished Kalire

One of the most popular kinds and we bet the brides will treasure them forever. The pretty embellishments of stone work and intricate details are a proof that Kalire have come a long way since it’s plain design.

Three-Tier Kalire

Choose a statement Kalire just like your jewellery that stands you out from the crowd. Ensure they are light-weighted and not too delicate types which might act as a hassle on your Big Day.

Traditional Kalire

Our favourite dancing bride Akriti Kakkar went all traditional for her wedding and everything about her attire, makeup is a proof to that. Yet, the badass bride couldn’t stop raging at the oh-so-cool DIVA avatar and she surely nailed it even with those traditional kalire.

Plain Golden Kalire with Tassels

This pretty Sikh bride opted for a rather minimalist Kalire. She rather made a statement in those. What do think about this?

Round kalire with a hint of Gotta Patti and Ghungroos

Ain’t she gorgeously donning these pretty ghungroo kalire with a dash of Gotta Patti accent. Don’t miss out on the pretty detailing complimenting the even prettier bride.

Round Kalire with hanging chairs

Mrinalini Chandra’s first ever customized Kalire for her client based on her debut collection “Chair Inspired Ornaments” truly were the breakthrough. Would you like to wear them on your Big Day?

Pom Pom Kalire

Yes, we ain’t even kidding about this, Pom Pom kalire are just too cute to ever throw them. You can easily add pom pom using a DIY or just ask your bridesmaids to add the accents.

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