Matha Patti is a more elaborate version of the Maang Tikka, and it has evolved from traditional jewellery to a sort of fashion statement now. Any style that you can think of, be it layered, tiara style or sideways style, anything can be incorporated in these Matha Pattis. This also explains why their usage has been steadily rising. We are sure that you have even considered wearing one for the upcoming wedding. Knowing this, we have curated an extensive list of Matha Patti styles for you.
A single string of jewellery which beautifully frames your face.
If you do not want to be weighed down, then go for something classy yet straightforward like this basic design here.
This out of the box design with floral and leaf motifs will make you look exquisite.
If you want to honour a particular deity, then you can do so by incorporating their motifs.
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If you want to do something unconventional and modern, then this may be the one for you.
The gota style layered chains at the side add a bohemian air to the bride.
You can never go wrong with the traditional pattern of the matha Patti.
An exquisite Kundan Matha Patti that makes you look radiant.
This sophisticated double layered Polki matha Patti will go well with any outfit.
If you want an elaborate chain design, then use polkis.
A multilayered design that covers your head gives you a luxurious and refined look.
This combination of thick and thin layers looks quite alluring.
Mix it all up and bring in all the designs you want in separate layers.
Let the diamonds sparkle and make you look ethereal!
Even a single-tier matha Patti can be made to look ornate with intense work as seen in this one.
This is both elaborate yet lightweight, and hence you can carry it off with ease.
An alluring Chaand Bali matha Patti paired with some elegant motifs which match the rest of your jewellery is just what you need on your big day.
If you feel that one is too less, then go for two or even more. It is your big day, after all.
Doesn’t this polki matha Patti with emerald droppings look just magnificent?
This intricately worked matha Patti adorned with guttapusalu work is a sight to behold.
A captivating marriage of ghungroo embellishments and meenakari work.
Polki and pearls are, indeed a lovely combination.
Crystals and pearls to bring out the inner glow.
If you want something a little more extra than a plain Borla, then you can combine that with a crescent-shaped tikka.
Bring out your fun side with these funky floral matha pattis.
The ruby and pearl-studded matha Patti go perfectly with your Kanjivarams and Banarasis.
If you want some extra bling, then go for this. It goes well with Kanjivarams and golden lehengas.
This pearl matha Patti combined with a diamond and ruby centre design looks divine!
A delicate Chaand Bali with large emerald droppings.
If you are going to leave your hair open and also do not have to cover your head with a shawl, then go for this decorated look.
This looks especially good for those with a broad forehead.
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An elegant teardrop-shaped centre design makes your face look more angular and symmetrical.
A crescent-shaped tikka design is a standard style and can be done in any size that you want.
Tired of all the teardrops and sickle shapes? Well then, why don’t you take a look at this?
These cutesy second layer of polki drops to frame your face.
Here, the matha Patti is positioned farther from your hairline, which makes it look like a headband and helps keep your hair in place.
An unusual pearl stranded headband style matha Patti for your haldi or mehndi.
This detailed work of meenakari and pearls looks just stunning.
Here, an oversized tikka is combined with a simple headband to curate a look which will also suit South Indian brides.
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These bewitching pearl designs make you want them to stare at them forever.
Match the jhumkas in your ears with tiny ones on the matha Patti chains.
You cannot take your eyes away from the centre design of this matha Patti.
If you want to add some soft hues, then add light droppings of the chosen colour at the end.
The white stones, beads and pearls come together to create an attractive look.
A relatively heavy matha Patti with pearl and Kundan work to give you the maharani look.
Try out this style to achieve a boho-chic look.
This is what a signature Sabyasachi matha Patti looks like. Like all his designs, it exudes exuberance and royalty.
This is another inspiring style for you if you are going for a golden look.
Two or more styles of blended artistically may sometimes be better than the individual methods themselves.
This matha Patti with radial chains to make you look radiant.
We are sure that you have found the design of your choice in this extensive collection!
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