Indian weddings are a perfect opportunity to showcase your jewellery collection. You don't need to be the bride to deck up yourself in the finest and envy evoking designs.
One such trendy and spectacular piece of jewellery that would elevate your style quotient is 'haath phool' or hand chain.
While the exact translation of haath phool is hand flower, it is basically a single or a group of chains that are attached from a bangle or bracelet to four finger rings. This beautiful piece of jewellery reached the Indian brides from their Persian counterparts. It was an important accessory of the women at the Mughal courts. Initially, it was mainly worn by North Indian and Pakistani brides, nowadays it has received a pan-India appeal.
Though this single piece of jewellery is mainly preferred by brides, there are no written rules like you can't wear it to look trendy and stylish. To look stunning without overshadowing the bride, leave the elaborate pieces to the bride and select something simple yet trendy.
For the brides, there are many varieties that include those made in precious metals such as gold with elaborate designs pearls and precious stones.
They are still available in its original Persian and Mughal designs and those with the later Rajput influences such as kundan and polki designs. They are also available in platinum. They will be best suited to the brides. So don't bother about these designs and select something simple but unique. You can pick one from the party wear section.
Here are some inspiring designs that would help you to look glam at any wedding.