Trina Saha proves Bengali bridal styling is only getting more adaptive


As some of the most successful bridal looks have proved during the intimate wedding season, the statement piece formula works flawlessly if a bride wants to showcase, well-curated high jewellery. Bengali actor Trina Saha recently opted for this hack for her D-day when she got married to actor Neel Bhattacharya recently. Trina relied on pieces that are singularly modern, and yet not overworked. Her wedding jewellery contemporised some outlining classical nuances which totally worked for the jadau numbers. Her stunning bling from Kolkata-based design house Senco Gold and Diamonds is worth an exploration, and here’s what we think of her D-day looks:

Bona fide Bikaneri jadau for mehendi

Senco Gold and Jewellery is the most famous for their traditional gold bridal sets, which is why their sharp take on Rajasthani jadau is so refreshing and unexpected. For her Mehendi, Trina chose an excellent phool choker featuring an oversized polki studded flower right at the centre. The necklace borrows some interesting elements from patti style necklaces by stringing two gold and enamel flanked blocks together, in a paneled setting. The choker is not just very striking but also uses distinctly old school detailing and curates it for a millennial-friendly look.

Classic Bengali touches for the wedding day

For her main bridal look, Trina stuck to an all-gold memo, which worked because it went exceptionally well with the elaborate gold zardosi work on her bridal banarasi.  She opted for a rather sophisticated jaali chandelier necklace by Senco which she paired with a traditional gold rani maala. Trina works really hard to keep her look from looking too stuffy or cluttered, so she picks a pair of really breathy gold danglers and a plain gold maangtika.

Dramatic Rajputi polki for post-wedding

Trina pulled no punches with her post-wedding look as she went all out with a number that looks straight out of a Bollywood costume drama. Her ornate and exaggerated polki necklace may be overly dramatic and striking but steers clear of adapting too much design intervention. The necklace only sticks to all polki base which actually helps make the piece quite glamorous and stylised. We love her stunning T-shaped, polki-drop danglers that is a total cocktail curation and was ideally created to add a touch of globality and would also go really well with fusion memos.


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