If you really want your jewelry to shine, keep your hairstyle simple with a sleek bun. The extreme side part makes the look more done-up.
Contemporary Indian brides are now donning white and ivory lehengas with brightly-colored jewelry and accents. If you’re a low-key bride, loose, natural waves are the perfect way to keep things simple—and let your brightly-colored dupatta shine.
Bride’s highly patterned dupatta and dramatic tikka, also known as a matha patti, do all the work. She masterfully enhanced her natural hair with some curls, adding some beautiful texture to this look that’s really more about her expertly crafted dupatta and jewelry.
For the most traditional Indian brides, a thick braid with jasmine woven through it is the look that never fails. The sleek style allows the bride’s earrings and gold hairpieces to shine, while the thick braid will undoubtedly inspire your guests to gawk at your style as you pass by them down the aisle.
An elegant side part offsets the loose waves coming out of this effortlessly chic bun. If you have long hair you want to show off but still keep out of your face, this is a great look to consider since it both frames the face and brings attention down to your gorgeous blouse.