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Maang tikkas, waist belts and jhoomer?

Written by Trends


Posted on April 04 2014

We might not think of donning these for a far off relatives wedding or a friend’s marriage. Mang tikkas, waist belts and jhoomer sound too heavy and not worn by many accept the bride-to-be. However, these accessories have a touch of royalty and grandeur to them. You are sure to get notice if you choice a fine piece of any one of them. A lot of Bollywood divas have opted for these accessories. Our highly-creative, stylists and designers have dressed fashionstas to dazzle with Mang tikkas, waist belts and jhommer.

Even if you chose an elegant and a light bordered Saree, these accessories are sure to stand out in the crowd. However, as the maang tikas is worn in the parting of the hair, its of crucial importance to select the one that would best suit your features. The shape of your face is to be considered in picking up a maang tika.

A waist belt is worn over the garment. And if it’s a unique design than its sure to get all eyes gazing upon you. Considering your waist and your body figure chose your waist belt. If you are a little heavy on the hip try and go for a belt that is thin with delicate design. Avoid heavy ones.

If you fall on the slimmer side, opt for waist belts that have beautiful mix of small and big colourful stones or the ones that would match your outfit.


Make a statement this wedding season. Even if you aren’t the bride, make your presence felt with your fabulous styling sense.


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