The one thing that makes a bride look stellar is the elegant neckpieces. No matter what’s your personality type is, there’s always a trick of layering that works for you. So, don’t let it go smoothly. Think about it and explore options before you find the ultimate look. Don’t end with the stunning dress. Deck it up with your distinct style, your custom necklaces. Here, take a look at these bridal necklaces, and you will understand. The styling does matter!
A long stringed polky or Kundan necklaces makes you look like a royal bride.
A traditional seven-lined necklace made of pearls. It can be made into five layers panchlada or three layers teenlada.
You can add diamonds silvers and other elements to give it a contemporary look.
A multilayered polky choker studded with emerald is a stunner.
Kundan jewellery with sapphires completes a bridal look.
Go for the Sabyasachi look with a chunky choker and stringed necklaces beautifully studded with stones
Take the satlada for a ride. Keep the strings minimal but add elements to it in between.
Combine the best of both worlds. Use a black gold stone-studded Kundan necklace with a polky setting.
Twist the enchanting Rani Haar and make it look chic and stylish. Go for a floral patterned Kundan Rani Haar with emeralds.
A classic from time immemorial. Try the simple Kundan set for your wedding and look like a diva.
A necklace with many elements, a navratan is a total stunner. It has pearls, emeralds, corals, ruby, sapphire – blue & yellow, diamond, hessonite, and cat’s eye. What more can you ask for!
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A bridal necklace that extends up to 19 inches, ending below your collarbone. Known as Gulband, it’s a typical princess wear neckpiece and goes well with sarees and suits. It can have droppings and hangings.
This layers of the collar necklace attached with sickle-shaped hangings is a magnificent style statement
Take a look at this stunning Kundan jadau collar with pink tourmalines attachments.
This is perfect for a matured Maharani like the look. This Kundan studded with pearls necklace does it!
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Who doesn’t want Gold jewellery at their wedding? It’s auspicious and trendy. So, wear this gold necklace studded with rubies and sea pearl danglers along with polkis.
Combining the elegance of a princess necklace with a golden choker and emerald droppings.
This maharani Haar is one of its kind. Designed intricately with neat details; these gold layers are superb.
Changing the Rani Haar into something dynamic yet again. This bulky Rani Haar has polky choker and pearl droppings to add more depth.
Named after toddler’s bib, these are huge necklaces that come attached with beautiful droppings.
This one is enough for bridal jewellery. You don’t need any other neckpieces. These are meant to replace smaller neckpieces.
A beautiful collar necklace with crescent moon droppings is enough to steal the show.
A golden choker set layered with a diagonal sapphire string, and emerald droppings is an excellent choice.
The Rajputi Aadh Necklace is a modern elongated choker set having rubies, pearls, emeralds, and other stones. It’s known as a Rajasthani choker and is a unique choice for brides.
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A Lazer cut modern bridal necklace with floral textures that stand out.
A soothing combination of blue Polki and pearls in this enamel coloured necklace.
A different Rani Haar is having a multilayered Kundan collar set with precious studded gemstones.
Quite an ethnic looking traditional Neckpiece, this green onyx gemstone studded Kundan set is a classic choice.
Considered to be a modern classic, this black enamel with earring patterned droppings is a refreshing choice.
This one is a stunner. An intricately curved Polki necklace with a single large pendant at the centre.
A rarely used Neckpiece but an antique one. This Kundan set with centre portrait hanging is one of a kind.
This embossed necklace having royal blue and pink enamel imparts a soothing aura to your personality.
This choker design is quite refreshing. An inverted triangular look is having a mixture of Polki and Pearls.
An often used one but no less charming. Use a chandbali Kundan Choker with beautiful pearl droppings to enhance your look.
This looks so magical. A calm is composing bulky rani haar having jhumka like droppings and pearls. There you go some stellar choices to complete your wedding styling. Look through them, and you will know how to do your styling. Remember, a necklace is your fashion statement.
After all, you do want to leave a mark!