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Sep 15 09:33

Types of jewellery is preferred in Indian wedding days

Jewellery completes every woman’s wedding look - whether she’s the bride or an invitee. And if she’s any of those, modernity is what she wants to swear by, adding a twist to the traditional ones. While a maang tika or pair of chand
balis is not what she’ll skip, she would prefer them matching herr new-age style sensibilities. Stones are a must, pearls add a delicate touch and alongside, it’s composition is what makes the difference.
At Outhouse, traditional ethnic jewellery surpasses a modern take in design and production, wherein today’s woman’s preferences are considered. Handcrafted to the smallest detail, Outhouse jewellery presents an amalgamation of various materials, such as beads, peals, crystals, semi precious stones, enamel or shell. These together compose our wedding sets, adding an elegant touch to her ethnic ensembles.
 A wedding jewellery should comprise a few or all of the pieces mentioned below, based on how elaborately she wants to deck up.
Bridal Necklaces:
Chokers are the most trending ethnic neckpieces (thanks to celebrity weddings). Brides can wear it solo and also layer it with one or two necklaces of varied lengths. Outhouse crafts complementing sets for the minimal bride and for the one who prefers everything extravagant.
Bridal Earrings:
Bridal Earrings are truly essential for brides and wedding guests. From a large range of styles that coexist, choose one that suits your outfit. From midi studs to dangling jhumkas and even larger sahara earrings, Outhouse has every woman covered.
Bridal Rings:
There are only two ways to wear rings. One, by stacking your sparkling engagement ring with dainty midi rings or wearing bolder cocktail rings on some fingers.
Hand Accessories
For the brides wedding day, handcuffs and bangles are perfect to pair with the traditional pink-red churas. For other days, she can wear elegant hand harnesses with finger rings from Outhouse.
Head Gear:
Big or small maang tikkas are statement-making accessories for brides or wedding goers respectively. Brides could also style head harnesses for an ornate appearance, a range crafted exclusively at Outhouse.
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