Indian wedding are extravagant, reflecting opulent cultures, celebrations of occasions like Sagan, Mehendi, Cocktail and of course the ‘Wedding Day’. To pair up different styles of jewellery as per trousseau is indeed a tedious process. So, this wedding season, Mr. Gautam Soni, MD, The House of MBj will share his expertise on exploring new trends of wedding jewellery.Experimenting with ChokersOne of the easiest ways to add a touch of luxury to your Indian look is by way of statement chokers. Whether you pair them with a heavily embroidered anarkali or a saree for an occasion like Mehendi or Sagan, a choker is a good option to go for. Try pairing it with some long neckpiece to give a classy yet a bridal look. A choker can also be worn with an elegant gown to give an indo-western look.
Layer UpThis wedding season try layering your jewellery by incorporating the heirloom pieces. Adding a simple heirloom like a Rani Haar (a multi-string Kundan or Polki necklace) to your wedding attire is advisable. You can play with different shapes and sizes of gemstones, textures, and styles of necklaces to create your very own unique look. You can also layer it up with modern Choker and Long Necklace. Layering up will embrace a modern and classic look at the same time.
Amalgamating Indian and WesternAs you contemplate to go with traditional pieces or contemporary, the choice should be to go for contrast. This wedding season pair up your Western gowns with Polki strings or studs to show contrast and modernize the whole look. Indo – western looks are in fashion, so you may choose contemporary jewellery with an Indian wear or vice versa
Shine bright like a diamondDazzle at your D’Day and don’t miss out the diamond studded rings, contemporary rings, diamond bracelets, mangalsutra to complete your trousseau for this wedding season. It is rightly said, that diamonds are a girl’s best friend, so choose the right one and pair it with your beautiful clothes.
Temple JewelleryOne of the most recent trend catching up is of Temple Jewelley. This is one of the must havetrends this wedding season. The designs made for temple jewellery are also available in kundan and polki designs so you can always pick the right one according to your attire. Adorning a temple designed pendant with earrings gives a very royal look