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Finding the Right Gold Set Design for Your Bridal Trousseau

If there is one jewellery item that is a staple in a bride’s collection across the country, it is a gold set. These versatile pieces come in all shapes and sizes, each for a different purpose and style. Read on to find your perfect gold set design!

The Lightsmiths

While shopping for a bridal trousseau, jewellery is the biggest investment as gold holds a substantial value and will always be helpful if you purchase the right gold set design which you love and are going to use. These versatile gold sets are timeless and royal. You might naturally spend the most time searching for the right bridal outfit, the makeup artist but the most important element is the gold set which will pull the entire look together.

Check out these brides and their gold set designs.

1. The Maharani look!

Dipak Studios

We have a soft corner for brides who choose to don the special bridal colour of red for their special day and look at this bride looking so stunningly gorgeous all decked up for her special day. Her gold set design too is spectacular, like most modern-day brides, she chose to go with one heavy necklace instead of multiple and how wonderfully so! The bib format maharani necklace is perfect for a blouse with a sweetheart neckline. We especially love the Kundan work with pearl and emerald droplets in the statement gold necklace design. Also, prefer to buy sets where you get the well-coordinated pieces along with it which cuts down the hassle of individually getting each element which opens the space for a mismatch. Her top-heavy Jhumka and Matha Patti complete her look oh so well, giving a regal and luxurious vibe!

2. Contrast gold set for a pop of colour

The Wedding Salad

When you have a monotone outfit, be it your Mehndi, engagement or even wedding ceremony, try to get a gold set design which has a contrasting colour in it. Just look at this bride for start, all poised and elegant in her ivory lehenga set, which we love, by the way, has all the entire work done in the same hue and is crying for some colour relief and contrast which is well delivered by her makeup with a bright lip and not to forget the contrast gold set design with precious emerald stones on the Polki set. This three-piece gold set is perfect for the bride looking for something simple yet impactful which has multiple uses packed within it. This collar necklace is elegant and modern!

3. Layer it up!

The Wedding Salad

First, when we saw this bride, we immediately thought her entire look was so modern, unique and elegant. But on close examination, we realised how in a smart manner this bride coordinated layers of traditional lustring gold set designs in her look. First off, we cannot help but compliment her look, how perfect does she look in this jacket-lehenga set which is so modern yet rooted in ethnic with its fabric and pattern choice we especially love how she choose to accessorise the entire look! All the pieces in her look individually are simple and delicate yet together they create for a impactful look! Starting with a gold collar chain, two-layer chain, a dainty Maang Tikka, dangling earrings and a Kamarband everything looks perfect!

4. The elegant choker set

The Wedding Salad

We all remember when the choker trend took over the industry in western fashion right? Well in the Indian jewellery market, the chokers were always in vogue but have been preferred more so under the influence of this washing tide of a trend. I mean what’s there not to love about a stunningly delicate and intricate gold set design of a choker which makes for the perfect choice for any outfit be it your wedding or even Sangeet. It is easy to pair this choker with other sets, like this bride choose to wear her statement choker with a Satlada necklace laden with seven layers of pearl and gold motifs. This two are the easiest statement gold set designs to dress down or up according to the occasion! We also love this brides naath which is stunningly complementing her bridal look!

We are going to conclude with a small tip, always purchase the gold set after buying your bridal outfit, the gold set design also depends on your lehenga, the blouse design, personal style, the event and primarily your budget. Bridal jewellery has a wide range of options whether you choose to be a traditional bride with the culturally significant gold designs or the modern bride who is all about the design which suits you the most, you can even choose a vivid amalgamation of the both worlds, which in our sensibility is the most useful even for future use. You should always try and get a set which you can use in some way or the other in the future as well.

Have some other gold set design you prefer? Do let us know in the comments down below.