8 Choora Colours To Choose Over The Traditional Red

Choora is not just a simple set of bangles. It is very significant for the bride as she starts her married life.

The span of wearing the choora is different across different religions. But, in every religion choora is very sacred and important for the bride. The brides to be love the traditional red colour. But, these days, the brides are ditching the traditional colour and trying some totally out of the box colours. Check them out and choose one for your wedding as well:

Peach:

Even though it is a very light and subtle colour, brides choose a peach choora as it compliments their bridal attire sometimes. Other times, they are more into soft shades than the bright red. Check some out yourself and fall in love with this shade.

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Baby Pink:

This is another elusive colour that has become very trendy over time. It is a soft colour as well. Some girls have a soft spot for pink colour since their childhood. So, why not go for a baby pink choora as well? Have a look at some and maybe you’ll want one for yourself.

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Ivory/White:

White didn’t mark the starting of a new beginning in Indian traditions. It marked endings and was considered unlucky. But, gone are all those irrational stereotypes. Modern day brides choose a white or ivory coloured choora for their wedding as for them, it is a symbol of purity and peace.

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Bright Pink:

If you are not a big fan of light colours, you can always go for a brighter shade other than red. Dark Pink does the best job here. It is a total attention grabber and looks stunning on the arms of a beutiful newly married bride.

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Orange:

Who doesn’t love a bright orange tint? Well it is the talk among the brides of 2020 for their choora collection. Be it matching the choora with your outfit or just loving the colour orange, nothing can wrong with a pretty orange choora.

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Green:

As bizarre as it may sound, some girls actually go for a green choora to match their bridal jewellery. Lets say your bridal set is made of emeralds, then a green choora is perfect to match it with. It is very unique and gives you a totally out of the box look.

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Golden:

Girls who love glitter and shine often go for a golden choora. It is very rare to see a bride wearing a golden choora. But, when she does, it enhances her beauty and the charm of being a newly wed. It may sound tacky, but it actually looks very sophisticated and simple.

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Wine:

Some may also call this shade maroon. Do you love the taste of red wine? Well the colour is very breathtaking too. Just a brighter shade of red, a maroon or wine coloured choora is the most preferred one by our brides. It is an option which gives you the change you need from the traditional yet not going too far ahead.

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So, these were our picks for the choora shades that you can opt for this wedding season.

 

 

 

 

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