The "Dulhan" Couture Veil to Turban
The “Dulhan” Turban is inspired by one of Sonya’s favorite childhood Bollywood movies, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998), and the dress in which Anjali is dressed to be wed. The Dulhan, or “bride” in Hindi, has a metallic beaded border that frames the face strikingly and a heavily embroidered net body with gold thread work, and magenta, coral, and silver flowers throughout. This turban is constructed to have structure and to sit high at the top of the head. The back veil of the turban may be tied back to create a second unique look that makes this occasion wear design rather versatile. See how this style was worn at its premier at our New York Luxury Bridal Fashion Week fashion show.
- Designed in NYC
- The pictured veil is a one of a kind item, handmade with an heirloom saree fabric.
- The crown of this turban has a built-in structure including pins to fasten the headpiece to the hair.
- A matching sash (included) can be tied around the train of the head piece to convert it to a turban.
- Can be customized with your choice of fabric, starting at $895.
- This headpiece is made to order with bespoke sizing.
- Sent to you in a luxe satchel and box.