#Trending: Vintage Oversized Noserings for That Old World Charm!
BY Sakshi | 26 Aug, 2016 | 798 views | 2 min read
After statement mathapattis and jhoomers, we are spotting more and more brides sporting oversized naths, and we love it!
Photo Courtesy: Karan Sidhu Photography
What's the trend?
The trend is to wear a statement vintage nosering, which is oversized and dominates the entire face. It is very popular with Sikh brides, and the trend is slowly catching on.
Photo Courtesy: Shri Gurudev Photographers
Is it for everyone?
If you think you do not have the perfect nose for a nosering or small nath, then this can be for you, since it distracts from the shape of the nose. Might look a little too much, but with everyone (bridesmaids and sisters) sporting huge maangtikkas, this is something that sets the bride apart from the crowd.
Photo Courtesy: Aviraj Saluja Wedding Photography
What type of noserings are we talking about?
Not simple for sure! These are noserings which might have polki, kundan, pearl or diamond work- or we've even seen some stunning silver ones!
Photo Courtesy: Olivestree
Does this mean all the other jewellery has to be minimal or small?
Not at all! If you see some of the Real Brides here, they're wearing massive mathapattis or maangtikkas and layered necklaces but the nath still looks amazing!
Photo Courtesy: The Wedding Matinee
How to wear them?
Here are some tips to ace this look...
- Make sure the work on the nath and the rest of the jewellery matches. It can look really off otherwise.
- It will work for mostly everyone. But try the whole look out with your wedding lehenga before you give it a go. Don't blindly pick up the nath and try to make it match.
- Contrasting colours work very well for this look as well, or you could just stick to the kundan/diamond look.
So what do you think about this trend?