'Payal' is one of the most important ornaments for Indian brides. So, let's take a look at some beautiful anklet designs.
By Tanya Shree
Nothing in this world can match the beauty of diamonds. A pair of beautiful diamond 'payals' is the best accessory for night events. It can add a royal touch to a bride's overall look.
A pair of sleek 'payal' which features 'Kundan' and unique cutwork design are the best for pre-wedding functions. It will add elegance and a traditional touch to a bride's look.
A pair of 'kundan' studded' payal which features pearl drops can enhance the richness of a bride's look. These embellished 'payals' beautifully complement the bride's 'laal shadi ka joda'.
Every bride wants a unique look for their wedding day. And what can be better than accessorising the bridal look with a pair of 'kada' style gold 'payal'?
The magic of pearl is magnificent. So, opt for a pearl 'payal' which has 'kundan' stones and lots of 'ghunghroos'. It will add elegance to a bride's look.
The beauty of pearls is unmatched. So, donning a pair of gold 'payal' featuring gobs of pearl droppings is the best choice for brides who want an elegant look at their wedding.
Floral jewellery is the first choice of to-be-bride's for their pre-wedding festivities. So, opt for a pair of beautiful floral 'payal' to complete the 'solah shringar' and flaunt your 'mehendi'.
The mordern day brides leave no chance to dazzle at their wedding day with their unique bridal look. And nothing can be better than accessorising the D-day look with a pair of customised 'payal'.
Who doesn't love the quintessential chiming sound of 'payals'? So, wear a pair of elegant silver 'payal' adorned with lots of 'ghunghroos' and ace your bridal look.
Gold jewellery holds a special place in every bride's heart. So, a pair of elegant gold 'payal' adorned with pearl droppings is the best for brides who want a traditional look at their wedding day.
Brides who want an OTT look at their wedding day, must wear a pair of vintage silver 'payal' which comes wi attached toe rings. Brides who love silver jewellery must have this statement making anklet.
Rather than opting for a simple silver 'payal', a bride-to-be can opt for a pair of beautiful thong 'payal' adorned with red ruby, 'ghunghroo' and an attached toe ring.
A bride-to-be must have a pair of gold 'payal' adorned with sun-like frame and 'polki diamonds all around it. It is best for the welcome-home ceremonies which enhance the elegance of a bride's look.
Gold jewellery is the first choice of every bride. And what can be better than flaunting your 'henna' adorned feet by donning a pair of elegant gold 'payal' studded with ruby stones.
The love of brides for 'Polki' jewellery is irreplaceable. So, opting for a pair of elegant 'polki' studded 'payal', featuring 'ghunghroos' can be a good choice for minimalist brides.
What better than donning a pair of unique and beautfiul 'chandbali' style 'payal' which features 'meenakari' work at your wedding day! It will enhance the richness of your look.
A pair osterling silver 'payal' which has gobs of 'ghunghroos' is the perfect choice for brides who want a classic touch to their wedding look. It will add an oomph factor to a bride's overall look.
A pair of beautiful silver 'payal' featuring leaf motif design, stones and 'ghunghroos' is the best choice for the brides who want a classic look at their wedding.
For brides-to-be, who want to stand out on their wedding, a pair of multi-string pearl 'payal' is the best. Wear payal which has 'kundans', pearls and an attached toe ring.
No doubt a pair of elegant 'payal' can add stars to the bridal look. So, opt for a pair of specially customised 'payals' which features 'doli-barat' design and pearl droppings.