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The Jewellery Curation That will Enhance your South Indian Bridal Look | South Indian Jewels

Updated: Feb 15

For a bride, the beauty of her outfit is in the details. When it comes to South Indian sarees, a bride has a plethora of weaves and designs to choose from. Whether you want to make a statement with bright Mysore silk or add a new edge with the Chettinad drape, there is a piece of jewellery crafted for it. Here is your guide to styling your saree with jewellery that will curate a regal South Indian bridal look.



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The Allure of Timeless Antiques for your Muhurtham

Antique jewellery is known for its gilded texture and deific look. Often, antique designs are crafted with an arrangement of auspicious motifs, making them a noteworthy choice for brides to style with their silk sarees for weddings.



Here is your go-to list to discover Antique jewellery that is a must for a south Indian saree style.



Antique Necklaces

As you begin your bridal jewellery curation, remember that a necklace ties the whole look together. Antique Necklaces are a statement in itself, and look ethereal with matching earrings.



Traditional guttapusalu, modish chokers, and chakra-inspired motifs are some common styles brides love to pair with their kanjeevaram South Indian saree. The contrast of the light-coloured drape with golden reflections of Antique is breathtaking!


Antique Earrings


Gone are the days when dressing up as the bride was strictly based on the rituals and traditions mentioned. Today, brides are experimenting with their looks, and if you want to stand out from the crowd, the best way is to shine with these Antique Earrings that make a bold, ethnic statement!




Antique Bangles and Kadas


Bangles embody the grace a bride carries. Embrace the auspicious divinity of Antiques through your bangles by styling them with your Mysore silk South Indian saree style.


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Antique Accessories

Accessories add up to the entire majestic aura of a South Indian bridal look. Antique accessories are crucial to add that much-needed golden touch to our silk drapes.



Explore with Antique Maang Tikkas if you are going to part your hair from the middle, as it looks amazing with a half-updo hairstyle.



Rings (be it toe rings or finger rings) also amplify the unique traditional look of a muhurtham ensemble. Floral designs in these accessories match any kind of statement jewellery.






The Modern Touch of Zircons For a South Indian Bridal Look

Zircon emulates the beauty of American diamonds, and these scintillating embellishments have the charm to bedazzle any type of bridal saree you choose to wear for your Muhurtham.



Here are the enigmatic zircons for the bride who wants to reimagine her roots and define them for a blessed future.


Zircon Necklaces


A traditional South Indian saree deserves an ethnic, detailed jewellery. Auspicious motifs of peacocks, elephants, and even florals look enchanting when they are meticulously crafted with embellished Zircons.



Zircon Earrings


Danglers, jhumkas, or Studs? Every design looks flawless in Zircons. Enhance your confidence with the sparkling details of ruby-embellished Zircon Earrings. The reflections these earrings cast will have you awestruck!


Zircon Bangles


Layer them, create a stack or wear them as a statement, you are bound to fall in love with these Zircon Bangles! Whether you have a long-sleeved blouse or a unique drape, these bangles will add an alluring look!



Zircon Accessories

To have a mix of traditional and modern aesthetics in your South Indian saree look, accessories play a crucial role.



Kamarbandhs, Bajubandh, matils, and more are ethnic accessories tied to our culture, and thus shine brighter when they are crafted for the bride in stunning Zircons for the muhurtham-ready south Indian bridal look.



Maang Tikkas, Matils, and Hair Brooches also add grace to a choti hairstyle, bringing focus to the detailed, embroidered blouse.



Don’t forget to add the finishing touches. Style a pair of payals and a ring to complete your bridal South Indian saree look!







Interested in more? Discover the complete Muhurtham Collection by Kushal’s Fashion Jewellery to find the perfect jewellery match for your South Indian sarees.




Frequently Asked Questions


What do South Indian brides wear?

South Indian brides love to style their sarees in unique drapes that showcase the embroidered border or the motif work etched in their blouses. Kanjivaram, Chettinad, and Mysore silk are some famous saree fabrics amongst south Indian brides. These are often accessorised with gold and fashion jewellery.


What kind of jewellery to wear with a saree?

Gilded Antique jewellery looks ethereal when styled with a light coloured bridal drape. A muhurtham ensemble is incomplete without a kamarbandh, which ties the whole look together. Along with the kamarbandh, bajubandh, malas, and payals are must-have jewellery for a South Indian wedding look.


Which jewellery suits on Kanjivaram saree?

The shining reflections of the Kanjivaram saree are a beautiful choice for brides. Antique, 92.5 Silver Temple and Gold jewellery is a contrasting and statement choice for a bride.


How to select jewellery on a saree?

A simple trick to choosing the right type of jewellery for your bridal saree is to either make it match or add a contrast. Your saree colour should blend with the colour of your jewellery, such as Zircon jewellery on cream-coloured saree. If you love to create a statement, then a contrast between colours will be perfect, such as Antique jewellery on a red or navy-coloured drape.


Which jewellery accessory is most important for bridal jewellery?

When it comes to accessories, one cannot leave the kamarbandh from their ensemble. Kamarbandhs cinch your whole look at the waist, giving you a beautiful silhouette and even highlighting the pleats of your bridal saree!



 

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