Prestine polki and kundan bridal set giving us Rani (Queen) vibes!
This show stopping piece is a traditional look that comes with choker necklace, rani haar, earrings, matha patti, nath, hath panja and bazuband. (Each piece explained below)
If you're looking for an all out South Asian bridal look - this is for you!
Choker- worn against the neck and rest a little higher up. Is worn with rope at the back so that it comfortably sits snug and is easily adjustable.
Ranihaar - this longer necklace is worn as an extension to the first necklace and is usually put on before the choker so that the top of it tucks under the choker necklace.
Earrings - these earrings have beautiful jhumkas attached to them which give them length and really accentuate the traditional look. They have attached Sahara which are usually pinned into the hair in order to alleviate some of the weight on your ears while adding another element of cultural elegance.
Matha Patti - worn as a headpiece that traces your hairline, just above your forehead. This piece has gorgeous gold and kundan details that really bring it all together as a complete bridal ensemble.
Nath - nose ring with attached chain that is pinned into your hair.
Hath panja - hand pieces that are worn usually on your middle finger and then around your wrist like a bracelet.
Bajuband - Also known as an armlet of an armband, this piece is worn on the upper arm around your bicep.