Bridal jewellery: Stylish trends to follow this year (see pics)New Delhi: Jewellery is one of the most salient and important part of Indian wedding. From diamonds to gold, from pearls to antique silver jewellery, everything has its own dignified place in Indian wedding. Not just
New Delhi: Jewellery is one of the most salient and important part of Indian wedding. From diamonds to gold, from pearls to antique silver jewellery, everything has its own dignified place in Indian wedding.
Not just the dress but jewellery too makes the wedding moments of the bride most memorable one. In today's era of unconventional fashion and vogue, the jewellery trend has evolved in numerous styles and embellished the wedding functions and lives of brides.
If you don't want to wear the same traditional jewellery in your wedding, then this article is really going to help you. So all you lucky bride-to-be, follow some easy and quirky tricks and look as radiant as you could on your wedding day.
Being Unusual- Given the whims and fancies of the Indian brides in the present era, it has become really hard to look different on your wedding day.
Indian brides are surely partial towards the heavy gold and diamond jewelry, complete with necklace, bangles, jhoomka, nath.
But, the current crop of chic Indian brides believes in the principle of ‘less is more' and hence opting for simple yet stunning pieces of jewellery is the best option.
Apart from the traditional jewellery you can go for the waist band. It will not only give you a contemporary look but will make you stand different from others.
The traditional neckpieces could be replaced by the Maharaja Haar. Usually we find men wearing Maharaja Haar but now even women can wear the same with all élan.
If you are wearing jacket on your sari or lehenga, then Maharaja Haar is the best option.
In-spite of going for individual footwear and anklet, you can combine both of them and wear it as same. It will not only look stylish but will be easier for you to carry.