Bridal And Party Wear Kada

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Bangles are delightful pieces of jewellery that one must-have. No jewellery set is complete without bangles. Every jewellery item is essential in its own right. In India, jewellery pieces worn have a significance of their own and are a representation of sentiment. The Kada bangle also holds significance the same way. They are gifted during marriages and passed down generations. 

A Kada bangle traditionally is a bangle that brides wear on their wedding day. However, kada bangles are also often worn by unmarried women as fashion accessories. Unlike bracelets, they are stiff and not flexible. These kadas bangles depending on which part of India you are in, are called by a different name. They are often worn in pairs or as single pieces. While bangles are made in glass, Kada bangles are often fashioned from gold and silver. Kadas can be solid or hollow from the inside. 

Men also wear Kadas. These kadas are a little different than the ones women wear. Usually, men’s Kada is fashioned out of silver and worn for religious intent. 

Kada bangle for women signifies prosperity and fortune. These are also worn for good luck. Bangles traditionally have been associated with marriage. However, it is very common for unmarried women to also wear them for good fortune. Kada bangles are also gifted by the mother in law to the bride to be as a welcome sign to the family.

At our atelier, our portfolio will spoil you for choices for gold kada bangles. We take utmost pride in the quality and design of the kada bangles. Most designs have been inspired by Indian motifs. Traditional design principles have also been kept in mind during its production. Each piece is designed to express individuality and also the tradition intact.

Not only do these gold kada bangles add glamour, they also make for perfect gifts. It is no secret that often Kada bangles are passed down from generations. When you buy a Kada bangle, you are not only buying it for yourself, but also for the beautiful relations along generations. 

Our range of gold kada bangles includes pieces from different collections such as Anusha, Diya, and Jali collection. These pieces are crafted in 22Ct yellow and rose gold. If you are looking for something more contemporary, pieces from the Anusha collection can be the one you’re looking for. The pieces are fashioned in rose gold and set with uncut polki cuts. The Diya collection is inspired by traditional motifs and a perfect match for all occasions and weddings. Intricate and elegant are the design principles on which the Jali collection is based. Kada bangles have been designed with the traditional techniques of filigree and delicate curves.

Our other styles include cuff bangles, 18K white gold bracelet, pooncha et cetera. These Kada bangles can be worn for bridal wear as well as other party functions. Whether it is an antique-looking or a sleek modern kada bangle, we have it all.

There are various ways in which one can wear a kada bangle. Often if the gold kada bangles are thin, one can stack them up. If the piece is bigger, one can only wear that single piece on the wrist. A good style tip is to wear rings and kada bangles of similar themes. The fit should not be too tight or too loose. There should be space for movement.