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Traditional Jewelry for Red Bridal Sarees

Red in Indian culture has a very auspicious belief attached to it. Mostly, the Indian brides pick red as their bridal dress or some of the functions of their wedding. Although most of them these days are experimenting with their bridal trousseau colors still there is a majority who still pick red as their bridal dress. 

Since it is the most common color of bridal jewelry, we thought of curating a list of jewelry that can be perfectly combined with red bridal sarees which will lift up the look by folds. The women in the pictures below have also adorned red sarees with the sets they have paired up with it. Let's have a look at them one by one. 

Traditional Jewelry for Red Bridal Sarees

This one does not follow the typical traditional jewelry pattern like the rest, but it has a variable design keeping the Kasu theme in mind, but incorporating it with some ethnicity.  The necklace has a vibe that represents royalty and grandeur. The interlocking designs of the necklace have elephant faces carved in. The pendant at the center has a complete gold finish to it. The extended pendant is a huge layout studded mainly with rubies and a few diamonds and green emerald with hanging south sea pearls.

Traditional Jewelry for Red Bridal Sarees

This opulence of this Raani haar is in the intricate detailing of the studded diamonds placed in a creeper design. The lines that resemble creepers hold the diamonds together making it look extraordinary. The blend between the modernity of this necklace and the royale classic touch is created with golden Moti work and the Patakam haram design work. 

Traditional Jewelry for Red Bridal Sarees

The collection involves only long-chain patternised jewelry in different traditional and cultural setup. The long-chain is an entire set with mango necklace shaped designs carved out of gold in the chain layer with other side involving white beads designed in a straight-up fashion. It is an amalgamation of 22-carat gold with the traditional Nakshi kante work. The line up of patterns are very ethnic and are purely in gold and diamond with a slight hint of pearl drops in the pendant laid over.

The highlight of this design is the pendant in the center that is divided into 3 unique layers- the topmost having exclusively carved peacocks while the second one an oval-shaped design with golden netted design work with beads hanging over the oval-shaped design. The last one is the drop-down design with hanging beads. 

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