#ShowTheWay Brides! Malabar Gold and Diamonds gives you stunning jewellery pieces that’ll make jaws drop
Chasing her dreams and honouring her roots, the new-age Indian bride isn’t just a showstopper anymore, she is also the showrunner. For her, wedding is an expression of her personality and her trousseau is an extension of it. Rarely settling for anything less than perfect, she blazes a trail ahead in life which is also reflected in how she approaches her wedding. And, celebrating her is Malabar Gold and Diamonds with their #ShowTheWay campaign. Gone are the times, when Indian brides coyly sat onstage and made a quiet entrance. Today, they #ShowTheWay and brim with confidence as they make flamboyant entries, flaunt vivid hues and wear traditional jewellery with a contemporary aplomb.
In touch with her cultural roots that have shaped her life while staying in tandem with the current trends, she intuitively incorporates both into her bridal outfits. Helping her strike this perfect balance is Malabar Gold and Diamonds whose vast array of jewellery pieces ensures every Indian bride looks picture-perfect on her wedding day. So, if you’re a to-be bride who wants to #ShowTheWay on her wedding day, here is a list of unique jewellery pieces from Malabar Gold and Diamonds to add to your wishlist.
The modern Tamil Bride is a picture of traditional elegance as she dons the oddiyanam with ease. With delicate filigree work and gemstones – this piece from Malabar Gold and Diamonds is a homage to her roots as she makes a resounding statement on her big day.
Reflecting the playful twinkle in her eyes is the Maharashtrian bride’s Brahmani Nath. Crafted with gemstones and pearls – this piece from Malabar Gold and Diamonds fits effortlessly in her wedding wardrobe.
Letting her hands do the talking is the Oriya bride who wears traditional kadas from Malabar Gold and Diamonds that have intricate carvings on them.
Adorning the Gujarati bride’s forehead in the Damani – a variant of the popular mathapatti. Encrusted with polki and precious gemstones, this creation from Malabar Gold and Diamonds is bound to make you the spotlight’s muse.
The Bengali bride loves her gold and echoing her love is Malabar Gold and Diamonds’ Sita Haar – a long necklace that stops the show with timeless design and exquisite craftsmanship.
The Punjabi bride does nothing quietly and the same applies to her jewellery! With emerald drop stones swinging with her every move, these balis from Malabar Gold and Diamond complement her bright attire perfectly.
The Bihari bride is a vision to behold with her majestic jewellery that flaunts untouched Indian designs. Triangular in shape with delicate filigree work, this gold tikli from Malabar Gold and Diamond is a stunner.
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