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Brides in Kasu haram and mango mala

The Bridal season is just about to be there. We know you will say that there is still a season to pass by before the bridal season actually hits. But, weddings are a busy affair and from the decor to the bride's jewelry, each needs to be chosen with ultimate care. Thus, what better time than to start the wedding trousseau shopping from now. 

To help you with it here's a bridal collection showcase having all the traditional south Indian pieces of jewelry worn by some beautiful brides. They are all in pairs and sets put together to define excellence and beauty together in the craftsmanship of the necklace. 

Brides in Kasu haram and mango mala

The whole look is all themed around 3 different layers of the necklace in 3 different colors. If you are looking for something fancy and towards a heavy style that immediately pushes up your entire wedding look, these are the ones you would really like. Both the sets are the traditional south Indian style mango mala and a guttapusalu. Both the looks are put up together with a choker style neck piece or a small chain haram matched with a long necklace. The earrings and the other accessories matched with it also have a very flamboyant feel to it.

Brides in Kasu haram and mango mala

The kundan work necklace is a unique amalgamation of an entire gold layout with nakshi work in a way that has bigger miniature sculptural kind of design over it. The choker necklace has goddess Laxmi drawn out right in the center.

The entire design is carved totally out of gold with just a hint of color from green emerald stone, red rubies and some hanging beads. The models in the picture look lovely with the entire look in place. If you are planning to go for a traditional south Indian style of bridal look then this one is just for that.

Brides in Kasu haram and mango mala

The gold antique finish kasumala has a very traditional and graces in a very large size. The design has small finishing carved sleek design at the inner layer of the long set.  The entire look of the kasu mala is very flat based with sleek designs carved over it that makes it very graceful. It is divided into two layers each interlinked with each other. The outer layer involves gold coins in a circular manner interlinked with each other whereas the inner portion hs a layout of carved designs that accentuates the royalty of the piece. 

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