Nowadays, polki sets have become synonymous with tradition and culture. But there are modern-day touches that have come about with such styles; the addition of rubies, emeralds and pearls, which have made these polki designs very popular the world over. But do you know how to wear them? Here are 3 tips:
Add some colour
The big fat Indian wedding is all about colour and brides who opt for more than just a red saree or a lehenga. And they choose uncut jewellery or polki or Kundan sets to finish the look. Polki sets no doubt to add pizzazz and jazz to the entire wedding trousseau, especially when the entire piece is embedded with Polki diamonds and emeralds. This brings about a spark of colour to the entire wedding ensemble.
Make it royal
To get a royal look on your D-Day, style up the Polki set, with pearls. For a traditional look, you can opt for Rani Haars, with pearls and get the classic look you want. Or you could go modern, wearing a Polki choker or uncut jewellery, with emeralds and pearls or rubies, to get the royal feel.
Layers on layers
Let your polki set do the talking with real Polki jewellery and Kundan jewellery paired together. If you are a modern bride to be, you can add some flair to what you would be wearing on your special day, with a studded neckpiece made from emeralds and rubies. Balance the look for a maang tikka and jhumkas.
Finally, don’t forget that real Polki jewellery goes well with minimalism and unique touches. So style likewise. Do contact us for more options.
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