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Rajasthani Wedding Dresses And Jewellery To Get A Traditional Vibes

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Out of all Bridal lehengas, Rajasthani Wedding Dresses is the most elegant and ethnic dress that depict royal heritage. In this section, we will cover various Rajasthani Dresses and Jewellery so that you will get full insight into one blog.

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses

1. Rajasthani Wedding Dresses: Lehenga And Choli

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Lehenga And Choli

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Lehenga And Choli

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Lehenga And Choli

It is a three-piece attire that is perfect for your D-Day which will make you feel royal. You can match it with a piece of contrast jewellery. Ladies wear this skirt on their waist so that they enhance the shape of their body. It is either printed or embroidered with floral lehenga designs.

2. Rajasthani Wedding Dresses: Ghagra And Choli

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Ghagra And Choli

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Ghagra And Choli

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Ghagra And Choli

Generally, Rajasthani women wear Ghagra and Choli on a daily basis but now people are setting new trends by wearing this on any special occasion. This colorful ghagra and choli are comfortable yet chic. You can wear this dress at any wedding, festival, and Pooja.

3. Rajasthani Wedding Dresses: Anarkali Suits

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Anarkali Suits

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Anarkali Suits

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Anarkali Suits

Anarkali suits are in fashion for a long time and it is never going out of trend. This long single-piece flared dress shows the bright and vibrant nature of the Rajasthani women. You can wear this Anarkali Suit at your friend’s Haldi ceremony as a bridesmaid. These Anarkalis are heavily printed with Lehariya, Bandhej, Bandhini, and Mothra which will give you an authentic Rajasthani vibe. This is comfortable yet fashionable at the same time.

4. Rajasthani Wedding Dresses: Saree

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Saree

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Saree

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Saree

Saree is the true epitome of grace when it comes to Indian clothing. A Saree is the default go-to for wedding and festive wear. And when it comes to Rajasthani saree, no other attire can beat this beautiful outfit. Nowadays, Newlywed brides and women out there choose Rajasthani brocade saree with heavy zari and Meenakari embroidery in bright colors. Style it with quirky jewelry pieces, so that you can get the sense of royalty and pride.

5. Rajasthani Wedding Dresses: Kurti

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Kurti

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Kurti

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Kurti

Wear this Rajasthani wedding Kurti at your Mehendi function. These prints itself is giving a vibe of a light and comfortable environment. These days Kurti comes with a dhoti or Plazo that gives women more options to style their outfits. You can reuse this dress on a casual day. There are plenty of patterns like Angrakha, jacket style, Kothi, etc.

6. Rajasthani Wedding Dresses: Rajputi Dresses

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Rajputi Dresses

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Rajputi Dresses

Rajasthani Wedding Dresses Rajputi Dresses

These are generally worn by Rajputi women but now it is a trend that Rajputi dress is worn by everyone on any special occasion. It is a superb outfit for the sangeet function or Kalash ceremony. It is comfortable to wear this dress to get those Rajasthani moves out of you on the dance floor.

Rajasthani Wedding Jewellery

No outfit is complete without a piece of proper jewellery. So as Rajasthani dress is dull without its authentic Rajasthani wedding jewellery. We have covered every jewellery from head to toe that Rajsthani brides generally wear on their Big Day.

1. Mathapatti

Mathapatti

Mathapatti

It is a traditional head jewellery worn by Rajasthani brides on the crown of their heads. It is usually made of Kundan Polka Diamonds.

2. Sheeshpatti

Sheeshpatti

Sheeshpatti

Similar to Mathapatti, there is Sheeshpatti which is a Head jewellery. The only difference is, that it is worn further down the head like a headband. It is now trending among brides who love to experiment new things.

3. Borla

Borla

Borla

It is again a piece of jewellery for the head that comes in colorful and eye-catchy patterns. Its is designed in a bell-shaped pendant instead of the usual flat one. The most trending styles include Kundan motifs adorned with Meenakari work.

4. Nath

Nath

Nath

It is a piece of jewellery for your nose which is embellished with a small Kundan that makes every Rajasthani bride look elegant and royal. With this, your outfit looks more heavy and royal.

5. Kundan Butti

Kundan Butti

Kundan Butti

It is a variation of Jhumkas which has embellished Kundan in it. These types of earrings will give you mixed hints of tradition and fashion. This looks amazing with a Rajasthani dress and not only on that but also on any Bridal Lehenga.

6. Aad

Aad

Aad

It is a traditional choker adorned with Kundan and precious stones. It is one of the most gorgeous necklaces that a bride can wear on her big day. Considered to be must-have jewellery in your wardrobe. `

7. Timaniya

Timaniya

Timaniya

It is another version of the choker with uncut diamonds on it. It is one of the most beautiful piece of jewellery a bride can wear.

8. Hasli

Hasli
Hasli

Hasli is a small yet thick gold necklace that is nowadays worn by the girls, not at the wedding but also during the festive season. You can wear this jewellery in any outfit whether it is traditional or semi-western. It is simple yet looks bold.

9. Raani Haar

Raani Haar

Raani Haar

To all the princesses out there, now is the time to show off your neck with this Raani Haar. There are not enough words to express how beautiful it looks when a bride wears it.

10. Bajubandh

Bajubandh

Bajubandh

Bajubandh is the upper armlet. The intricate meenakari stonework engraved on Gold is what makes the Bajubandh a royal ornament.

11. Tagdi

Tagdi

Tagdi

Usually called as Kamar band which is made of gold, Polki work, or Kundan and it is mostly adorned by Rajasthani brides. You can wear this to show off your waist shape.

12. Bangadi

Bangadi

Bangadi

Bangadi is pair of heavy gold bangles that have a thick red lining and a small round gold protrusion covering the bangles. If you’re looking for something classy and traditional in bangles then bangadi is definitely a good option.

13. Gokharu

Gokharu
Gokharu

The Gokharu is a heavier bangle that is much wider than the bangadi and is crafted out of gold.

14. Gajra

Gajra

Gajra

Embellished with pearls and stones which are commonly a hair accessory but are now worn like bangles.  It looks pretty when you combine gokharu with it.

15. Choora

Choora

Choora

Choora is found in a plethora of colorful and vibrant designs and patterns. This jewellry is a perfect mix of tradition and fashion. These bridal red bangles are worn by brides across India.

16. Haath Phool

Haath Phool

Haath Phool

Haathphool is a hand bracelet that beautifies the back of the wrist and the palm. It is a wristlet with rings that slip onto the fingers.

17. Bichiya

Bichiya

Bichiya

Bichiyas are toe rings and it is made up of either Gold or Silver. There is a scientific reason that you should wear bichiya regularly and Rajasthani ladies commonly wear this.

18. Payal

Payal

Payal

A Payal is one of the most beautifully adorned jewellery styles in Rajasthan. It is generally hidden under the bride’s heavy skirt, but it tinkles with every step.

So, Which style did you like the most? and do tell us in the comment section. And if you know any more outfits and jewellery then do drop your thoughts.

Yashvi Gokharu

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