Women’s Fashion6 May 2016
In the past few years, nose rings have made a major come back in the fashion world. The nose ring trend was raised a bars higher when Aishwarya Rai sported one in Jodha Akhbar, Kareena Kapoor in Chamak Challo and Sonam Kapoor and Vidya Balan at the red carpet appearance at Cannes 2013… Nose rings have almost been a staple style accessory since time immemorial in India- it has been a part of Indian customs since ages. Let’s take a look at a few actresses who have aced the nose ring trend…
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was breathtakingly beautiful as a Rajput bride in Jodha Akbar. Throughout the film, she was seen wearing some stunning jewellery pieces one of them being the Shikarpuri Nath. The design primarily has a medium or large hoop with little or no charms along the periphery that goes up along the metallic chain connecting the nose ring to the hair. When it comes to brides, the Shikarpuri nath always tops the chart. The elegance and charm of the huge golden ring as well as the chain connecting it to the hair will make you fall in love with the ornament easily. (Image Courtesy: vidzsays.wordpress.com)
At a fashion week, where Isha Koppikar walked the ramp she was dressed in a traditional Maharashtrian bridal attire designed by Harshita Chatterjee. However it was Isha’s nose ring-the traditional Maharashtrian nath that stole the show. The gucchedar nath as it’s called, is available from large cashew nut shape to the pearls, stones and beads embedded in it, each and everything contributes to its unique beauty. (Image Courtesy: pintrest)
Shriya Saran is seen wearing a laung- a clove shaped nose stud- and she looks gorgeous. A Laung is mostly made of gold or silver and studded with precious or semi-precious stones, laung can be worn not only on a wedding but also on other special occasion as well. The name of the jewelry has come from its shape, which resembles the common aromatic spice clove.
Sonam Kapoor has totally changed the way we look at fashion and she has not once failed to impress us. At the Cannes International film festival in 2013; Sonam paid tribute to the 100 years of Indian Cinema in her own style. Sonam wore a white and gold sari paired up with embroidered gold jacket and a huge kundan studded nose ring. She looked gorgeous and how…
Vidya Balan decided to go traditional for the Cannes International film festival in 2013. Vidya chose to wore a peach Sabyasachi sari with a red full sleeve blouse and gave it a kitschy twist with blue beads and a golden nose ring. Vidya opted for a normal size nath made of gold and little pearls that suited her face perfectly.
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