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Weight: 300 grams

Size: Fits upto size 46 inches waist 

Nakshi Gold Look Silver Jewellery

This exquisite piece of an ornament is worn close to the waist and it highlights the waistline very beautifully. It adds such a charm and looks so graceful. Many brides are now sporting intricate Kamarbandhs to add a classic appeal to their look!!

A Kamarbandh /Hipbelt /Oddyanam is a nice, exquisite piece of jewellery worn by a bride. Made famous by brides from South India, where a Kamarbandh is necessarily worn on the sari during the wedding ceremony, these days’ brides from across the cultures flaunt the Kamarbandh or the waist chain over their lehengas and saris in a variety of styles. Needless to say, in the past few years, waist jewellery for women has become really popular. The waistband or the Kamarbandh for lehenga is a kind of jewellery that accentuates the waist by adding a glamorous touch with a feminine appeal. The demand for these traditional-turned-trendy waistbands has gone up over the years, and celebrities too have started flaunting them at social events as well as at weddings.

In order to have royalty and bridal appeal on full show, Gold is a big factor for any woman. Gold just never goes out of fashion and simply looks stunning over any kind of outfit, weather it’s a heavy lehenga or a simple bridal outfit. It will be a prized possession for your closet being an exquisite piece in yellow metal. You just need to nail the look right with a beautifully created gold or golden Kamarbandh.


Tips to Style Kamarbandh the Right Way:

  • First of all, you should figure out what type of Kamarbandh would go well with your outfit colour and pattern.
  • If your outfit has golden embroidery or combination, then don’t go for silver Kamarbandh.
  • If your Sari or Lehenga has heavy embroidery, try to go for simple Kamarbandh.
  • Make sure you don’t go for a broad Kamarbandh unless it is a very important ceremony that you are attending.
  • If you wearing a Lehenga or Sharara make sure you wear Kamarbandh a bit above your waist.
  • If you are styling it with a sari, it should be below or on the waist.
  • Avoid overdoing it as it can break your look.

Wearing Kamarbandh is highly trendy and customary essential in Asia specifically in India. Indian women used to wear Kamarbandhs on a regular basis in earlier days. Though nowadays it is worn only on special occasions, the ornament has not lost its charm. An elegant Kamarbandh will give the bride a sophisticated look.

The creative trend will instantly add a dash of élan to your pretty ensemble and turn you into a head turner on your D day!


    92.5 Silver with Gold Plated Oddiyanam.

    CARE: Spot-Cleaning only. Store in a separate box. Keep away from fragrance and water.

     This item is not eligible for return or cash on delivery (COD). Cancellation requests will be accepted strictly within 24 hours of placing the order only. This product is made on order.

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