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Include Minimalism In Your Bridal Look

The traditional image of an Indian bride is the one decked up with an entire jewellery store and shining bright all through her special day. Well, the traditional Indian bridal look has faced a few reforms. Indian brides have accepted the idea of minimalism with open arms and the result is well, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!

1. The Minimal Nath

Aishwarya Nayak Photography

Went overboard with the neckpiece and the head jewellery? Don’t worry, there is still some scope left for minimalism. A tiny nath of this sort, will make sure your bridal look is complete and will add a tinge of minimalism too!

2. An Entirely Minimalistic Look


Who knew minimalism could actually look so great? Well, this bride is acing it! She looks seraphic in her white bridal saree! You can go for traditional heavy jhumkas and go light on the rest of the stones. In order to minimize the minimalism, you can give the nath a complete skip and go for a warm makeup!

3. Elegant Minimalism


You can give those heavy multi-layered neck pieces a skip and get your hands on a choker instead. This bride is adorned in a single set that includes a neckpiece, earrings and a simple headpiece. The resulting look is elegant and rich.

4. Skip It Totally!

Well, this bride is giving us some major inspirations for a minimal or we should say “very minimal’ bridal look. On your wedding day, choose what you’re comfortable in, you do not necessarily have to go overboard with jewellery and can always skip the elements that you don’t like ( and go heavier with the ones you love!).

5. The Balanced Look

This bride shows us what balance looks like when it comes to dressing up! Her self embroidered red lehenga and her multi-layered kundan neckpiece are a perfect combination of subtlety and gleam! You can choose a lehenga with mute embroidery and deck it up with heavy jewellery!


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