Lending the quintessential traditional whiff and graceful royal feels to a bride's look, rani haar is a piece of jewellery that has been an indispensable part of a bride's trousseau since ages. With a wide array of designs & styles available, ranging from a satlada to the ones with multiple strings & huge pendants and the one with a broad ghera, these haars perfectly elevate your bridal look giving you those rani feels as the name suggests.
Usually layered with smaller neckpieces like chokers or collar necklaces, there still are very different and extremely stylish ways of wearing rani haar that makes it almost every bride's favoured piece of jewellery when out for wedding jewellery shopping. And not to forget how perfectly rani haars go with both sarees and lehengas worn howsoever!
If you too want to wear rani haar on your wedding and need some inspiration on how to style them then take cues from this blog, choose your favourite one and go get shopping!
One of the most ideal ways of wearing rani haar is by pairing it up with a choker neckpiece. While a choker neckpiece fits around your neck, rani haar falls broadly over your chest. This creates a gap between the two necklaces without either of them camouflaging the other.
This bride paired up her gorgeous polki and emerald neckpiece with matching rani haar in polki and emeralds wherein the ruby mala & rose pattern adds the perfect definition.
This gold bib necklace with hanging emeralds is teamed perfectly with oversized polki and emerald strings giving this entire jewellery combination a rani haar setting!
Just like chokers, collar neckpieces too are an ideal choice for pairing up with rani haars. Collar necklaces encircle your neck from around the collar area and hence, are a better option for brides who can't stand the fixed grip of a choker.
The broad multiple polki strings outlined with an emerald one are bestowing such princess feels to this bride's look. We are totally hearting this elegant and stunning way.
Another common type of rani haar that brides love to wear are these stringed beauties with huge pendants. Necklaces having long beaded (stoned) strings or multiple fine-pearl strings attached to big pendants done in jadau, meenakari, polki or gold are highly favored ones. For brides who don't want the wide ghera of a neckpiece to camouflage their outfits these rani haars are the best.
This statement necklace crafted with uncut diamonds, Japanese cultured pearls & an emerald that PeeCee wore for her wedding is breathtakingly stunning and a perfect example of a rani haar!
If you want an all decked up look for your wedding, pairing a heavy neckpiece with even heavier rani haar should be a go-to. This bride teamed up her polki and emerald neckpiece with rani haar done in huge uncut diamonds!
Pairing up your neckpieces with satladas done in polkis, emeralds and pearls that scream magnificence is one of the trending ways to wear rani haar.
Planning to wear your rani haar at one of your pre-wedding ceremonies? Just team it up with a minimalistic and simple choker.
Just like this bride, you can pair up your diamond set with a big polki and emerald rani haar as gracefully!
Teenladas, panchladas and satladas are a great way of adding the charm of rani haars for the minimalist bride.
This jadau neckpiece with attached multi-stringed pearl choker is giving us super rani haar feels.
Another trending way of wearing a rani haar is by having both your sets in similar stones, designs and styles. For instance, polki & pearl necklace with a matching rani haar, polki-kundan & emerald neckpiece with a rani haar in same stones etc., is how you should be going about this trend. Take cues from these brides.
This jewellery combination of a polki & emerald choker with similar multi-stringed rani haar is such an exquisite one!
For brides who don't want to deck up too much and want to go the subtle way, wearing your rani haar solo without any other neckpiece is a perfect choice!
Don those pretty floral rani haars for your mehndi ceremony and get ready to have all eyes on you. (Or your jewellery for that matter!)