Our love story with gold is never ending. Our dress up is never complete without atleast a trinket of gold. It’s been rooted in our traditions and for many of us, gold ornaments are passed on as a legacy. From our birth till last breath, we adorn a variety of accessories and it isn’t surprising to know that all types of Indian accessories can be made with the yellow metal gold. For some of us it is a way of expressing our selves, our persona and emotions. 

Adorning hair with accessories in gold is nothing short of enchantment. The only ornaments apart from natural flowers with which we can make our plaits and hair style beautiful for Indian weddings/functions is “gold jada” or “Jada billalu”. The shining rays from the yellow metal paired with pearls, stones and gems elevate the whole hair style and glorious ornaments against the black hair look like sun/stars in the universe. However, with the increasing price rise for gold, not many of us can afford to buy gold ornaments for hair. We can look for options like imitation jewellery, silver coated jewellery..etc to satiate our love for shining metal. 

Today’s fashion is all about the colours, multiple elements and combinations of elements. It isn’t about monochromes, single type of elements any more. Gold jada is undoubtedly is the best but have you ever wondered how would gold jada with natural flowers look like? Trust us when we say it will make eyes roll. It isn’t just about the beauty it creates but also a wonderful solution for someone struggling to choose between flowers and gold ornaments. The fragrance of fresh flowers coupled with brimming gold can never make your plait dull. 


If you are uncertain about the look and thinking with a raised eyebrow, don’t worry. We have tried and tested the look. Here are some models and reference pictures so as to give you a clear idea.

If you are uncertain about the look and thinking with a raised eyebrow, don’t worry. We have tried and tested the look. Here are some models and reference pictures so as to give you a clear idea.

Blog by: Sindhura Ravulapally