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UNVEILED: 5 out-of-the-box mangalsutra designs for millennial brides

It’s also a celeb fave, FYI!

Context: Mangalsutra is one of the essential of sohla shringar for an Indian bride. As part of our fun Indian wedding, we often find ourselves in a dilemma with the customary. Out of all the must-dos, mangalsutra seems to be the most important part for at least the initial few years.

Let us share some invigorating mangalsutra inspirations with you.

Take inspiration from Sonam Kapoor, our Fashionista who upped her mangalsutra game by adding both her and Anand Ahuja’s sun signs to the mangalsutra. It’s beautiful and romantic at the same time.

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The saying of “put a ring on it” has found a new meaning in India, especially, in the mangalsutra trend. Hell yes, we came across these “Mangalsutra Ring” for brides who totally deny wearing it around their neck. But to be honest, we won’t give a thumbs up on this one.

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Pendant mangalsutra looks gorgeous if you are someone with a long neck and still want to wear a small mangalsutra – than the pendant ones will help you by giving an extension to the chain. Check out how Deepika is sporting it and you’ll know what we are talking about.

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The ones inspired by Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City are love, have a pendant that has name on it is super cool and adds character. Here is a tip, if you wouldn’t like to wear your spouse’s name and yet want to get something like this then you should totally ship your names and get one.

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We are totally flipping over the choker mangalsutra worn by Shilpa Shetty. It’s short with a droplet in the centre and wraps around your neck as if its a choker. That way it becomes versatile and can easily go well with anything and everything.

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Fun facts: Did you know that mangalsutra’s date back in 6th century A.D? And read ahead,when the gold mangalsutra weren’t in place, a yellow thread was tied around the bride’s neck to keep the evil spirit away from the newly wedded couples.

Pro Tip: Hear us, bride-to-be, wearing or not wearing a mangalsutra is your choice if you don’t want to wear one – get your husband on board. In the case, you want to wear one but not sure if it goes with your style then you can get a gold chain with a small diamond fixed in the centre and three black and gold on both the sides.

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