Hair brooches have come a long way from the simple, traditional designs. Have a look for yourself.
When it comes to your big day, each detail is of paramount importance. But often, in all the hullabaloo regarding the lehenga and jewellery, you may not be able to spend enough time deciding your hairstyle and hair accessories. Using the right accessory immediately makes the hairdo look more elegant. And to make your lives a tad bit simpler, we bring you the latest designs in hair brooches.
The Bilai is a traditional design which is a nine-piece hair brooch that is placed along the plait. Traditionally, a Bilai has coloured stones in a golden frame, but the design of the Bilai has varied over the ages. You can also pair it with flowers of your choice.
If you want a variation from the traditional circular kemp design, then worry not. They are now available in several shapes, and one such model is the floral shape shown here.
If you need more support to keep your hair in place, then go for a brooch which has an attached hair net.
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Commonly used by South Indian brides, this is one of the most ornate and multi brooch designs available.
Here, the bride has chosen to cover the entire bun in delicate strands, and we have never seen anything so majestic.
The tiny pearl strands on the brooch are matched with more elaborate ones surrounding the bun to give a classy, elegant look.
Something personalised and quirky, which makes for smashing photos.
You can go for brooches with a motif of your choice, and it could be a rose or your favourite deity, the choice is yours.
If you love baby’s breath but do not want to have real flowers on your hairstyle for some reason, then vine brooches are the way to go.
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There are endless ways to play with flower brooches, starting from the colour of the flowers to the shape of the brooches. It works best with embroidered and embellished outfits.
Often when you want to have a white coloured brooch, brides opt for crystals or pearls but you can also design a hair brooch in jasmine, lilies and baby breath.
If you find that having real flowers is tiresome, then this is the way to go.
Steer away from the usual shapes and opt for something more exotic. The radial chains only increase the charm.
A simple side brooch with golden beads to give you a neat and classy look.
This unique brooch is from Anita Dongre’s jewellery collection and looks stunning.
You can replace one large brooch with multiple hairpins. This works best on a bun hairstyle.
This elaborate hair brooch has waterfall strings which the bride has cleverly matched with her maang tikka.
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This cascading brooch connected by strands looks exquisite on an open hairstyle.
Match the hair veni over your bun with the central brooch that you are using.
Match those jhumkas on your ears with similar designs in your hair accessories.
A traditional South Indian design, this is placed in the centre of a bun to hold it in place. Usually, it is studded with precious stones such as emerald, ruby and polki. Combine this with your choice of flowers on the circumference of the bun to complete the look.
This is the North Indian equivalent of the previously mentioned Rakodi. It is usually inlaid with precious gems and also features Kundan work.
If you want something more ornate, then you can go for a Juda pin which has droplets, beads or even intricate chains.
Yet another traditional design, this semicircular shaped brooch sports jasmine motifs. It is usually placed at the top of the bun.
A simple yet elegantly designed brooch set in white stones is perfect for any white wedding.
White pearls on dark hair make for an ethereal combination.
This antique design goes along really with a Kanjivaram or Banarasi silk sari.
We hope that we have been able to give you some excellent options to choose from!
Updated On21 April, 2020
Updated On18 April, 2020
Updated On18 April, 2020
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