Gold bangles are an important part of Indian culture, and have been worn for centuries. They are often worn for special occasions with traditional wear like sarees and lehengas. They are also a part of one of the sixteen ornaments a bride to be must be adorned with. Gold ornaments, including gold bangles, are an important part of the attire of a Kerala bride, and in Kerala style weddings, guests are also decked with their finery along with gold jewellery. Gold bangles in Kerala are often laid with red and green semi-precious stones and are worn with Kerala saree or Settu Mundu.
With the rise of imitation jewellery, gold plated bangles that look like authentic gold have gained popularity as they are affordable and can be changed for different occasions and moods. Even in weddings, guests often wear imitation jewellery so they can change up their look without breaking the bank. A variety of fusion looks can also be styled with gold bangles, and fusion looks are in vogue for fancy occasions as well. There is a huge range of gold bangles to choose from at Limeroad, some of them are:
- Gold Brass Bangle from POURNI: These bangles are decked with tiny pearls and give an understated look. You can wear these with a cotton sari for a dressed down function.
- Gold Metal Bangle by RUBANS: These extravagant looking bangles have intricate stone work, fitting for a lavish occasion. Wear this with a shiny silk saree to look radiant.
- Multi Metal Bangle by Mansiyaorange: These thick kada style bangles have cut out work and would look stunning with a printed saree in a dark colour, making the bangles pop.
- Gold Metal Bangle by MUCH MORE: This lovely set of bangles features studded pearls that lend a simple yet feminine look to your attire. They would make you look like the epitome of femininity when worn with a silk saree with gold border and flowers in your hair.
Gold bangles undoubtedly make a woman look graceful, and add to the beauty of Indian wear. Gold bangles are decorated with various elements such as pearls, stones, enamel, cut out work, and engraved work. Gold looks beautiful with jewel toned clothes as it gives a festive look. Gold Bangles also look good with neutral colours like black and white, and bring life to these colours. They flatter a variety of traditional ethnic clothes, from sarees to salwars, and fusion looks can also be created using gold bangles. Different types of sarees look good with different types of jewellery, and one can purchase a variety of imitation gold bangles.
So if you want to pick up gold bangles to attend the next festive event, be it a marriage or party, you can choose from a vast range of gold bangles at Limeroad!