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12 Beautiful Anklets to add to Your Bridal Trousseau

As the name suggests, an anklet is a piece of jewellery worn on the feet, around the anklets. For an Indian bride, it is an essential element of the Solah Shringar. Check out these 12 gorgeous anklet designs that you can include in your bridal trousseau too: 

1. A mix of red, green and white gems to adorn your pretty feet!

2. A modern design for the millennial bride getting married on the beach!

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3. Chunky anklets with attached toe rings and gemstones set in a kundan cut!

Image Source: The Orange Salon

4. Cannot get over just how gorgeous is this one-of-a-kind silver anklet with multiple toe rings!

Image Source: Panna

5. A dainty looking pair for the minimal bride!

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6. Just a clean leaf design set in gold to make your bridal feet look so pretty!

Image Source: Henna Lounge

7. Another silver beauty we love!

Image Source: Dream Knot

8. Want to wear something fancier? Check out this design!

Image Source: Pinterest

9. For a bride who likes traditional designs for her jewellery!

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10. Absolutely loving this design!

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11. Some pretty rice pearls for your gold anklets! 

Image Source: Design Aqua

12. An old-world charm for this piece of bridal jewellery!

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Which one is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below!

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