Owing to being one of the sixteen adornments of the traditional solah shringar, haathphools are that glorious bridal accessory that add an undying charm to your look that no other bauble can. For how haathphool designs have evolved over the years, and continue to do so, the subsequent inspiration is unending.
From classic and traditional chain pieces to modish ones and shell beauties, the pool of haathphool designs is far too wide and the options are aplenty. And if you’ve been seeking some stunning designs yourself, this collection of assorted pieces is all you need to check out!
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Elegance at its best
With dainty pearl chains and a surreal ring, this minimal haathphool design is the prettiest ever. It’s simplistic yet glorious enough to elevate your bridal look!
Them shell stunners
Shell haathphool designs are the latest on the avant-garde jewellery block and we’re totally crushing over the trend. In fact, all the brides are. They make for a stunning pick for a mehendi or haldi function.
For a modish appeal
Perfect for the modern bride who swears by the “less is more” mantra, this dainty uncut diamond hand harness would be a bomb choice. Set in an adjustable chain, the marquise shape of stones add that charming dash of chicness to the entire piece.
The oversized intricacy
A modish take on traditional haathphool designs, this piece with a bejewelled motif in center is a sure shot winner! For a bride who wants to go all out there but, in style, this one will definitely do the trick.
Perked up with hues
We’re majorly obsessing over this kundan haathphool that’s further amped up with clusters of ruby-hued beads! This design would perfectly complement your ruby encrusted bridal jewellery.
Outlined finely with tiny pearls, this kundan haathphool fashioned with multiple flower-shaped motifs is perfect for every bride who swears by traditional pieces.
Cascading through that chaand
Wear a cascade of uncut diamonds and miniature pearls on your hands with this stunning piece that’s oh-so-unique. Be it the green enameled chaand and the ring or drop-shaped stones accentuated with tiny pearls, this design definitely tops the list.
That dainty vision
Making up for a new-age piece on this list, this gold-plated kundan and pearl haathphool design is undoubtedly the most beautiful one. The pink stones add the perfect drama to this surreal piece.
A traditional design
One of the prettiest haathphool designs that’s also the most traditional one, this one with five rings attached will surely strike a chord with your heart if old world charm is your thing!
Multi-stringed pearl OTT
With striking kundan and multiple pearl strings, this design stands out amongst the rest and would look equally stunning with your bridal wear as it will with your Indo-western wear.
Quaint Baby's breath
And how about adding a dose of freshness to your mehendi look with these Baby’s Breath flower haathphools that are super unique and graceful to don?!
Here’s another uncut diamonds and pearl accentuated traditional haathphool design to team up with your bridal lehenga!
Of embroidered leaves
A rather offbeat piece for your vibrant mehendi ceremony, this embroidered stunner festooned with cascading leaves is one of the most popular haathphool designs to bookmark!
Boldly all out there
This extravagant hand harness is all about glamor and vogue! You should get your hands on this statement piece to pair with your contemporary cocktail outfit or your trendy welcome dinner dress!
The meenakari charm
Enameled jewellery sure never goes out of style, be it your bridal sets, your kaleeras, or your haathphools. For instance, this enameled piece has been a bridal favorite for a long time now and would remain so.
A floral affair
And of course, silk flower haathphool designs are simply perfect for your haldi or mehendi ceremonies. Crafted in different hues and styles, the options to choose from are endless.
The kundan beauty
For a super traditional appeal, this multi-stringed OTT hand harness fashioned in kundan would make for an amazing pick for your big day!