When planning your bridal look, the hairdo is one of the major focal points. That also leads to considering hair accessories that will add the right kind of dimension to the bride's look. But with so many options available, how does one finalise on that one accessory that brings it all together?
If you are looking for an answer to that very question we posed above, then let us tell you that a matha patti will help you reinvent your bridal look. Check out these five celebs who adorned one on their D-Day looking resplendent and royal as ever!
Sonam Kapoor went all out and opted for a pearl-adorned satalda. The piece featured an eye-catching jadau tikka. This might be a tad bit extra for some, however, the key to acing this is to keep it simple with your veil.
Kajal went for a heavily embroidered Anamika Khanna trousseau. For her matha patti, she opted for a dainty heirloom piece featuring uncut diamonds. Always remember the key to opting the right matha patti is to make sure that not only does it go well with your face cut but also matches with the rest of your jewellery.
As a Sabyasachi bride, wearing a matha patti is an unsaid rule of sorts. But, we like how Anushka evoked old-world charm with her version comprising pearls, uncut diamonds, and pale pink spinel. The matha patti went so well with her trousseau—it felt like it was just made for it,
Deepika Padukone on the other hand retained the South Indian charm with her matha patti. The matha patti comprised baroque pearls, emeralds, and rubies. Seamlessly complementing her temple jewellery and burnt orange Kanjeevaram—this will be your perfect accompaniment if you too are going to be a South Indian bride.
Preity opted for the traditional Rajasthani borla. It featured the good ol' maang tika design paired with a patti made from uncut diamonds. This option is perfect if you want your necklace to do all the talking.
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