Weddings in India are becoming increasingly polarized. While some are looking outward towards a more subtle, nuanced European flavour in their wedding outfits, others are looking more and more inwards, seeking purist traditions and crafts in their wedding attire.
The colour red, specifically sindoor red, plays a very dominant role in traditional Punjabi wedding imagery.
Aari-taari, zardosi, tilla-ka-kaam, salma-sitaara, gota, badla, kiran- all come together with traditional motifs of flora and fauna to create wedding classics. Statement necklaces, proud tikas, chaandbalis, kadas and bangles, choodas, kaliras, juttis and parandhis contribute to the powerful imagery. Sindoor red, hand woven and hand-dyed silk matka lehenga set with an aari-taari odhna and zardosi detailing.
The authenticity of the look is magnified by pure silver kiran, dipped in 22 karat gold. Traditional wedding jewellery with uncut diamonds and pearls offsets the strong red with feminine, yet robust detailing.
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