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WedAbout Bridal Weekend showcased the most beautiful churis by “Bangles by Leshya”. Established in 1890, it is one of the oldest churi makers in India. “It is a wonderful initiative by wedAbout. It offers unique and awesome products which would otherwise be hard to find for the bride. It is also ideal for the vendors as it provides a platform which helps them showcase their products and also get attention in the digital medium. I look forward to doing it again” says our expert Prafful Jain, Founder, Bangles by Leshya.
This is the most colourful form of Indian jewellery and something which is always worn with traditional Indian clothes. Therefore, as long as ethnic wear is in trend. So are the churis. Also, bangles are always worn by the bride as they are a symbol of marital hood.
‘Bangles by Leshya’ utilizes aluminium and alloy for making the bangles. It has an exciting range with over 40 shades to choose from. The colour on the bangles is of high quality and applied by hand. The stones embedded are of different variants and are also set in place by hand. Adornment such as ‘Kaleras’ are used for the bridal churas which are customary for the some brides in Punjabi, Sikh and other Indian cultures.
“The combination of bangles and ethnic clothes has been ancient and continued by Leshya. Leshya offers a simple option to match your trousseau with bangles by contacting us via e-mail or phone. Matching clothes with the bangles is desired by all. Blue lehengas with light blue bangles is an example of how bangles compliment traditional clothes.” says Mr. Prafful Jain.
Bangles in gold, silver studded with stone and red are a must have as they go with all shades, hence a universal choice. Besides brides also prefer to match bangles to their outfits.
Just as marriage day is incomplete without mangalsutra, the bridal wardrobe is incomplete without bangles. The luxurious lehengas seems dull if matching bangles are not there to compliment it. Importantly, in Punjabi and other Indian cultures, the bridal chura is necessary for the bride and they continue wearing for sometime post the wedding.
“Bangles in essence are a product of colour, and Bangles by Leshya has it in every colour and shade. Quality of our bangles is premium. It never loses colour even if exposed to water or heat.” says our expert Prafful Jain.
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