By Neelam Jain Last Updated:
All you brides, hold on for a moment here! You must be spoilt for choice with the breathtaking varieties of neckpieces, bracelets and earrings to adorn yourself with. But the need of the hour is to choose something that’s cool and in trend. So, the age-old yet an amazing fashion of wearing anklets is in again.
Yes, you read it right. They are back with a twist and indeed with more noise than ever. Here we have summed up a few appealing anklet designs for all brides-to-be.
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Brides can keep the style edgy and simple with the fragile and sleek anklets. Though the barely-there chains define the policy of ‘less is more’, they will definitely shine through. Opt for a stylish and super-fine anklet in gold or silver tone for a subtle look.
Beaded anklets are the right choice if you think out-of-the-box. If you want colours other than metallic shades, this is the one for you. So, forget the heavy payals and match the coloured beads with your wedding outfits. You can also have multi-coloured beads to compliment your attire.
If you are a bride who wishes to nail that conventional look, these pajebs (anklets) are sure to catch your attention. You just cannot go wrong with these classic and silver antique pieces when it comes to making that noise on your special day.
To keep it simple yet high on bling, gold anklets are the way to go. Modern brides can always count on striking, simple or designer gold anklets to add a twist to the traditional anklets. Gold anklets adorned in little pearls and stones can create the right amount of charm.
Every girl has once dreamt of adorning herself with something like this on her special day. If you too want to go happily walking around your wedding and rituals, just opt for this classic, heavy style. The feminine pair will pretty much match and complete the look of your henna-adorned feet.
Now, this is oh-so-gorgeous and unique because it covers your entire foot. Unlike a traditional payal, it comes over till your fingers and looks extremely pretty. Floral, enamel work and stone-studded, thong anklets are available in various designs. These are similar to the haathphool and work best for all brides.
Your feet are surely going to be noticed with the banjara-themed anklets. Innovative and quirky, the tribal pieces are making a wave in the fashion circuit. So girls, go ahead, experiment and soar up your style quotient a few notches high. You can go for plain white, oxidised silver and wooden pieces as per the event and occasion.
These anklets are just ideal for the bride who wants the look without any fuss. The ethnic golden-framed anklets with embedded gemstones and kundans are just apt without having you to sacrifice on the tradition side. Usually these anklets are thick and without ghungroos (bells), which make them easier to be carried.
Laden with tiny ghungroos, these anklets will for sure add the much-needed sweetness to your appearance. The pretty silver payals, will complete your bridal look by bringing out your traditional best and adding sparkle to your feet. The onlookers will surely fall in love with the chan-chan of those ghungroos.
Few brides want to keep things regal and high on jingle. They can pick the Jhallar or Jhanjhar designs with the assemblage of dangling chains, charms and jingling bells. The anklets look stunningly beautiful and will add a perfect dash of effervescence to your bridal avatar.
You have seen that there are a plenty of options when it comes to adorning your feet with the right anklets. So, find out which one suits your taste and complements your foot well. Do share your interest with us in comments section below!
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