Every bride wants to look her distinctive best on her big day. Whether it’s her makeup, footwear, dress, or anything else, it needs to be perfect. One of the main things that help you put your look together is your jewellery.
So, how do you create that stellar look for your wedding day? When it comes to matching your taste with the hundreds of in-trend jewellery designs, it may become a little confusing.
But worry no more! If you are getting married this season, these are the only trends that you need to keep in mind:
- The oversized choker: All the rage these days, the oversized choker is one of the best things that you can invest in. This 1990s trend has made quite a comeback and is available in some super gorgeous designs. Choose from a navrattan choker embedded with colourful rubies, diamonds, and sapphires. You can select either a chunky heavyset design interwoven with gold lace. To up the style quotient of a choker look, pair it up with a large embellished rani haar. Look for trendy new pendant designs to make your rani haar even more striking. This works especially well when your outfit is subtle and you want to add glamour through your jewellery.
- Climber earrings: Also known as ear cuffs, these climber earrings add a lot of glamour to your face. They are usually paired with heavy jadaujhumkis and intricately designed chaandbalis, and are perfect for the new-age bride. For an even more beautiful look, combine them with ear chains and shoulder-grazer earrings that look stunning with off-shoulder bridal dresses.
- Statement rings: We all know how statement rings can turn around your look. With one oversized ring as the centrepiece, you would hardly need multiple finger rings. These huge disc-shaped pieces especially look good when studded with multi-coloured stones. Or select a gold ring in single-coloured polkis. Want to add a bit more drama? Add a hand chain to your cocktail ring that attaches itself to your bracelet.
- Nose rings: The absence of a nose ring or a traditional nath makes a bride’s face look empty. This traditional piece of jewellery is not only considered to be a tribute to Goddess Parvati but also enhances your style like nothing else. While they are available in plenty of designs, the one, which is the current favourite, is a dainty pearl nose ring that’s attached with a pearl string that goes up to your hair. Other amazing designs of gold nose pins for women include ones in elaborate motifs of peacocks, lotus, leaves, or hoops studded with American Diamonds and polki.
- Statement handcuffs: A very beautiful and stylish take on the traditional kadas and bangles, these handcuffs add a modern twist to your attire. These fit snugly over both your wrists and add a regal touch to your ensemble. You can find designer cuffs made in gold and platinum studded with diamonds or pearls.
- Waist belt: The latest trend to hit this season is pairing your wedding saree or lehenga with a waist belt, also known as a kamarband. It not only looks beautiful but also adds a sensual touch to your look. For a unique style, pick up a temple design kamarband. Depending on your taste and the heaviness of your attire, you can either choose a single chain kamarband or a more elaborate multi-layered one. These are usually available in gold studded with kundan or polki.
These latest trends are the perfect blend of the traditional and modern and go with almost all kinds of attire. Go ahead and have fun with these beautiful bespoke pieces for a memorable wedding day