Apart from all the historical/ traditional legends and beliefs surrounding the nath, in the modern era, a nose ring is just another element that a woman dons to reflect her personality and her fashion choices too. And for many a bride, her shaadi outfit isn’t complete without this piece of jewellery. So, here are a few gorgeous options for the modern bride to choose from!
1. Five-Star Glitz!
This nath is a great pick for the glamorous charm that a bride wants to exude. The bold stones and the tiny pearls make it look magical. The thin gold strings with the scattered stones add to its beauty.
This nath is the epitome of royalty! With tiny pearls beautifully strung together, along with the coloured gemstones, this one is for every bride’s inner queen. If you are looking to wear something that really stands out, it should be this piece.
If you’re wearing a diamond set on the wedding day, this round diamond-studded nose ring is all that you need to complete the look. It’s delicate, yet powerful. Just perfect for the girl who loves diamonds.
You need this nath to match your kundan set. It’s got large stones to go along with the larger stones set in the necklace and earrings. The green tint in this nose ring will compliment a red lehenga graciously.
If you are wearing a jewellery set that has floral designs, you’ve got to wear a matching nath too. This large nose ring comprising four flowers is sophisticated and exclusive. Who wouldn’t want that for her big day?
If you are a the contemporary type of bride looking to experiment, this nath is what will add that fabulous finishing touch. It’s offbeat with triangular stones attached to the gem strings. All we can say is WOW!
When you’re looking for something ultra-fine to match your personality, you should pick this. It doesn’t cover the face too much and is good for someone with a smaller face. It will match your kundan or polki sets very well.
When you’re obsessed with the all-gold look like no other, this nath is what you need. It’s almost like a semi-circle of gold carvings, and you could add a string of pearls to tone down the effect of only gold if you’d like.
When wearing a slightly more elaborate diamond set, you’d love to keep the vibe going for your nath as well. That’s when you should choose this. It’s more wearable in the future too! We love the design.
This larger-than-life nath is for the bride who wants the nath to do all the talking. It's got multiple flowers, jhumkis and some pearls too. A superior design suitable for the elegant bride. It’ll go well with kundan, polki or pearl sets.
For the bride who chooses to wear a gold set, and wants to adorn her face with a piece of playfulness, it’s this beads-laden golden nath that's the perfect choice. It’s a conventional gold nath with a twist, and we are very much in love with it!