A “mangala sutra”, as the name suggests, is that auspicious piece of jewellery which the groom ties around the neck of a bride. It not only denotes that a woman is married, but it is also supposed to imbue her with strength for this new phase of life. It's a piece that most Indian brides wear all the time, so why not pick an amazing option that’s gorgeous and elegant and will look beautiful with all your outfits? Here are some beautiful mangalsutra designs for you to choose from!
1. The Arched Grace
For the woman who likes simplicity in her jewellery, this elegant semi-circle shaped diamond-studded piece is just perfect. It’s delicate, with the right amount of bling, and it’s something that will blend with every kind of an outfit.
This silver gold beauty is a treat for the eyes. It’s got a matte finish and is perfect for the girl who wants to wear something that exudes a refinement. We love the tiny little diamond drops that add the sweetest finishing touch!
For the bride who wants to dazzle and stand out, this rounded pendant is simply breathtaking. The diamond circles along with the gold ones create a harmonious medley, making this mangalsutra a unique piece.
The fluid design of this mangalsutra makes it an excellent choice. The rose gold colour and the streak of diamonds throughout is beautiful, we’d say. It’s feminine and flowy and we love that about this one.
For the woman who doesn’t want to indulge in diamonds and prefers something a bit more solid. The four petal shaped motifs along with textured and silver alternates make this piece gorgeous to say the least. We love the twisting design of this one.
The focus on this mangalsutra is the tiny diamonds surrounding the semi-circular motif. The wing like design and the adjacent gold make this an extraordinary choice. For the bride who likes to shine every single day!
This is one for the new-age bride. This mangalsutra doesn’t look like a traditional piece and has an interesting spin to it. It actually looks like a trendy necklace yet has all the elements from the sacred sutra!