Gone are the days when nath was considered a non-modern concept. In fact, many urban and modern women around the country want to own a good nath to wear on special occasions. When the month of October arrives, we all are swamped with weddings to attend, poojas to dress up for and festive social events to flaunt at… This festive season, choose from these 8 different types of traditional nose rings and amp up your overall look with elan.
When it comes to Indian jewellery, kundan is unavoidable. Any kundan jewellery will add the right bling and glamour to your overall look. Just like Sonam Kapoor flaunting a kundan nath at a social event has turned many heads.
This silver nose ring has various beads, metal spirals, charms, etc. in it. Wearing it will give a rustic hip look. Wear it on a monotone long kurta and or a monotone cotton or tussar silk saree.
Semi Precious Stone
A smaller version of elaborate nose-studs, stone-inlay ones can be worn on daily basis, if you are up for the feminine rugged look that it gives. A splash of colour brightens up your look. You can wear them even on demins and maxi gowns.
Traditional Indian pearl nose rings are absolutely royal and gives extra regal touch to your overall look. You have to wear this with complementing jewellery such as pearl kadas, pearl or gold studs and a small but detailed neck piece.
Silver Temple Nath
Silver temple naths may look old fashioned, but when you pair them with right kind of outfits and colours, and a poise of your own, you will definitely stand out from the crowd. Keep other jewellery minimal, opt for a dark coloured thread neck piece instead of metal ones.
Since centuries married or to-be-married Marathi women have been sentimental about this nath. The original design is made of small round pearks, rubies and/or emerald stones and sturdy gold wire. Thanks to the designers of the millennia, Marathi naths are not just limited to kashti navari and other sarees. You can wear it on a deep coloured anarkali kurta as well.
Oxidised Chunky Nose Stud
Oxidised chunky nose studs have always won hearts, and they still do. They look absolutely hip yet so feminine. Simply wearing this nose stud will add the right amount of sex-appeal. Pair one with minimal oxidised jewellery – stick to a pair of nice jhumkas.
Big Ring With Hair Chain
Thanks to Bollywood, big nose rings with hair chains are back in Indian fashion and how! Stick to a minimal nose rings and single-layered hair chain unless you want to clash it with a full bridal look. You can wear them on any traditional outfits. If you are wearing a simple lehenga, Anarkali, etc. go for a grey pearl hair chain.
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