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South Indian Bridal Jewellery for Traditional Look

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Traditional outfits represent one’s culture. Brides in different parts of India are seen in different attires. South Indian brides usually wear traditional Kanjeevaram saree of silk. Jewellery is the most important element of their bridal attire. South Indian brides are often seen wearing heavy jewellery of various kinds. There are traditional necklaces, nose rings, temple earrings, maang tikka, Matha Patti, bangles etc.

There is a lot of jewellery a South Indian bride can wear. This opens a wide possibility of styling and various range of ideas for south Indian brides. A piece of good jewellery can elevate the whole outlook. It is uplifting. The hairs are usually taken in a bun. They can be styled with gorgeous bridal kajra. One should be careful while choosing a bridal outfit. For both men and women, the wedding day is an integral and most memorable part of their life. What you wear and how you wear it matters!

Here in the article, we have some beautiful bridal outfit ideas for South Indian brides.  Many breathtaking ideas to upgrade the whole look. If you cannot carry heavy jewellery you can go for the simpler look. Also, pick the right saree for your jewellery. Pick your look, and be a gorgeous bride, a golden bride. Here you go!

South Indian Bridal Jewellery

Simple Layered Bridal Gold Necklace

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Simple Layered Bridal Gold Necklace
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Simple two-step gold layer! There are two layers in this set. One is close to the neck and the other is a long one. These neckpieces have a round design at the centre protruding outwards. You can wear temple earrings and maang tikka along with these. A dense kajal layer and traditional south attire would look elegant. A big bun with kajra as shown is a great choice. You can wear a gold-bordered traditional red saree with this jewellery look.

Three Layered Diamond Jewellery

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Three Layered Diamond Jewellery
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This is three-step diamond jewellery. There are also the elements of red and green in the same. At the centre round design of the long necklace, there are hanging pearls that look pleasing. There is even a diamond nose ring! Long hanging two-step temple earrings look great. You can good for the similar hairstyle as above. A designer silk saree with this outfit is a great choice. You can go for the one matching the embellishments of your jewellery.

Gold Jewellery With Bridal Waist Belt

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Heavy gold bridal waist belt! There is a thick gold U shaped necklace with a centre design. A big maang tikka and heavy bangles. Also, the voluminous temple earrings. The neckpiece and waist belt design have a rough elevated pattern. This pattern is beautiful and repeats in segments. It gives a traditional look. It would surely suit a South Indian bride. It can be worn with a golden green traditional saree.

Beautiful Kerala Bride – Golden Bride

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Beautiful Kerala Bride - Golden Bride
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For a Kerala Bride! This gold jewellery set comprises multiple layers of gold necklaces getting wider as we move down. Right from the neck to the navel point there are many designer gold layers. There is even a beautiful bridal matha Patti with a traditional centre design. A pinkish-red red is better suited for this look. You can also go for an orange silk saree.

Gold Jewellery With A Choker And Maang Tikka

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Gold Jewellery With A Choker And Maang Tikka
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Wear with a flowing dense kajra! This is also multiple layered necklaces. Thick and thin. It begins with a gold choker. There are then multi-layered gold sets. You can go for a puffy hair bun look. Decorate the bun with flowing kajra, fragrant and gorgeous. A set of gold bangles and a medium broad waist belt can be worn. Wear a golden embroidered red saree with this set.

Matching Bridal Jewellery And Saree

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Matching Bridal Jewellery And Saree
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A piece of perfect matching jewellery! You can get this look where the saree and jewellery share the same colours. Here is a set of simple green and red necklaces close to the neck and a longer one. An embellished bridal Matha Patti and hanging pearls. A small nath looks charming. Get the matching bangles to complete this look. Wear the matching saree confidentially.

Gold Jewellery With Highlighted Centre Design

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Gold Jewellery With Highlighted Centre Design
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A golden look for a golden girl! There are thick and thin layered gold necklaces. These layers have a designer pattern at the centre. Jewellery becomes wider as we move towards the bottom. A small maangtika and bridal earrings would look alluring. You can go for a small nose ring or a medium golden nose ring with this. Make a fashionably braided middle-parted bun to complete the basic look. A simple orange golden saree makes a great choice.

Simple And Elegant Bridal Jewellery

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Simple And Elegant Bridal Jewellery
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Simple and elegant! There is a two-step orange-green and golden bridal jewellery. A circular maang tikka and circular earrings would look great. These circular accessories suit all shapes of faces. Additionally, the maang tikka is beautiful, with a floral highlight. Similarly, the pattern in jhumka looks winsome. You can style this jewellery with an orange-green saree. The bride will glow differently in wedding lights.

Bridal Jewellery With Peacock Waist Belt

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Bridal Jewellery With Peacock Waist Belt
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A peacock waist belt! In addition to looking pretty waist belts offer other advantages. They keep your outfit intact and brings the traditional glory. Here the peacock work looks stunning. For a gold necklace, there are several layers. These layers overlap at their point of emergence. The look is completed with a bridal Matha Patti and temple earrings. Red and green saree makes a suitable choice. Wear the matching bangles along.

Wide Bridal Jewellery For Wedding

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Wide Bridal Jewellery For Wedding
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A Lakshmi belt! Women themselves are considered Laxmi. This waist belt has a segmental repetition of the great deity Laxmi through the belt. There are multiple layers of gold necklaces. These layered become wider as we move down. A pretty bridal Matha Patti and big temple earrings are gorgeous. These layers have a typical south design. Beautiful gold bangles look great. You can get this big bridal kajra to look too! It is different and iconic. Wear an embroidered pinkish-red saree along.

With Bridal Hair Clips And Two Nose Rings

South Indian Bridal Jewellry With Bridal Hair Clips And Two Nose Rings
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Double nose ring! There are beautiful bridal gold hair clips. A bridal Matha Patti and heavy temple earrings. Special attention to this jewellery is the bridal clips and double nose rings. There are then two heavy layers of gold necklaces. Arms are also encircled by arm jewellery. This is a heavy and classy jewellery setup. A red saree with a golden border would look great with this look!

Gold Loaded South Indian Bride

South Indian Bridal Jewellry Gold Loaded South Indian Bride
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Full coverage gold! It looks like brides are loaded with so much gold. There are several layers of gold necklaces covering the upper body. There are heavy bridal bangles, a big set. A big maang tikka and big earrings. You can wear a waist belt too. Be careful, wear only when you are sure you can handle the weight of the jewellery. A golden red bridal saree would look beautiful.

Two-Step Bridal Jewellery And Bridal Matha Patti

South Indian Bridal JewellryTwo-Step Bridal Jewellery And Bridal Matha Patti
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Gorgeous one! Here is a two-step bridal Matha Patti and bridal hair clips. This jewellery is also pearl-embellished. There is also a chain-linked nose ring. The earrings have a beautiful pattern and wind chime-like design. A white and red saree with this bridge attire resembles Goddess Sarasvati. It looks stunningly gorgeous South Indian brides should try this look.

Pretty Diamond Jewellery Look For South Indian Brides

Pretty Diamond Jewellery Look For South Indian Brides
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Beautiful look! The colour of this jewellery is different from than usual ones. This is heavy diamond jewellery with an intricate design. These two layers occupy a lot of space and have a tint of red and green. A waist belt of perfect measure looks great. A pretty bridal Matha Patti and small hoops earrings give a pretty look. You can wear a red and green traditional saree to get an elegant look. The yellow-orange saree works great too.

Bridal Jewellery For Kerala Brides

Bridal Jewellery For Kerala Brides
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Brownish Jewellery! A good option for Kerala brides. There are multiple layers of necklaces. They are irregularly thick and thin in the sequence. Also, there is a pretty waist belt with hanging decorations. Thick bangles and pretty crescent maang tikka. Middle parted bun with a kajra gives the south vibes. A brown saree with embroidery is a good choice. You can wear brown lipstick and eyeshadow to highlight the look.

In the article, you brought you some of the most alluring South Indian bridal jewellery designs. There are jewellery many kinds. This jewellery can be worn with a beautiful traditional silk saree. There are many styling tips. You can choose your jewellery in a way that elevates and upgrade your bridal attire. Pick your wedding look!

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