4 Nose Pin Styles Every Modern Woman Can Rock

Nose pins are one of the oldest jewellery pieces and have been a prominent style in the subcontinent for a very long time. You must have seen your great grandmothers, grandmothers and mothers wearing huge nose rings in their wedding photos. Not long ago, wearing a nose pin was considered pretty out-dated but the trend is back with a fervour, internationally as well! Be it the traditional nath or the edgy septum ring, nose jewellery has become a favourite for the modern women. Scroll through these four contemporary styles that you can easily carry without going OTT!

1. Septum

Septums are currently the superstars of nose piercings, mainly because of their popularity in the Western world. They perfectly complement all Western outfits, especially when worn with denim or leather jackets. They’ll add the perfect amount of edge to any look!

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2. Nose Ring

Not just popular among Pakistani women, nose rings are a hit amongst international celebrities too. Delicate nose rings add a subtle charm to your face, making you look effortlessly pretty. This style usually goes well with eastern wear but can be pulled off with jeans and a tee as well.

3. Nose Studs

They’re simple yet make a statement. These modern nose studs are all you need to keep your fashion game striking while staying minimal chic. Nose studs come in various quirky shapes and are having a big moment among younger women. You can fashionably pair them with any outfit – Western or Eastern.

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4. Nath

The nath holds traditional significance in our culture. It was once compulsory for brides to wear it as a symbol of being married. They’re being spotted once again amongst modern brides, not necessarily because of a ritual, but because it’s trendy! We can thank Deepika Padukone and Anushka Sharma, who revived the trend in their films, Bajirao Mastani and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.

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