The season for big-fat-Indian-weddings has taken off with brides putting together their jewellery and trousseau. Today’s independent women have their own taste and they define their own trends! The new era’s bride knows just how to put forth her jewellery game strong. At the luxury market, you will find an array of dazzling, magnificent, statement-making ornaments that will leave you awe-struck. Every jewellery piece belonging to the high-end gemologist’s store is created by master goldsmiths and craftsmen.
Today, choosing an amalgamation of heritage traditional jewellery including maatha-pattis and naths and new age chiselled precious stones is in vogue for, the jewellery pieces bring an old world charm to life. Majestic gold jewellery in either its pristine yellow colour or platinum shade is moulded to hold intricate fine-cut diamonds and precious stones such as rubies, emeralds and many others. The new obsession is the rose gold stones fit in chokers, earrings, rings, nose rings, bracelets and maatha-pattis with the same blush pink beads dangling from the designer pieces.
Currently, geometric designs that are delicate with sleek lines add a touch of simplicity and elegance that will instantaneously jazz up your wedding outfit. If you are choosing to wear a gown, the geometric shaped earrings with pretty leaves and a necklace will blend flawlessly with your attire.
2. Green Glass
The verdant gems are eye-catching and hold a regal feel as if the adornments have been passed down for generations. A heavy chocker with fine green stones precisely woven and opulent green beads fringing the edge with the same design for a maatha-patti are the royal jewels you need this wedding season.
When we speak of bridal jewellery, floral designs come to mind that are sure to make any bride feel pretty and blossom with happiness. Think of carved petals made of emeralds and rubies with tiny crystals outlining the floral design.
4. Pretty in Pearls
Pearls are timeless baubles that are treasured for generations. These elegant little beads create a statement of their own. Choose long necklaces with dangling pearls and delicate naths for your ultimate dulhan set if you are a lover of pastel whites, a pearl set should be part of your jewellery collection.
5. Freestyle Elegance
Gemologists often draw abstract shapes which are refined and when the right dots are joined, we are gifted with a magnificent design with twists and curves that look oh-so-appealing to every ornament lover. Think about out-of-the-box elegant freestyle designs that don’t particularly resemble any flowers or traditional carving. These necklaces and earrings stand the test of time and emerge as evergreen pieces that you can pair with a traditional saree, lehenga or western gown.
This wedding season, splurge on some dapper, exclusive and ostentatious baubles that will make for charming heirloom pieces which every new bride in your family will treasure.