The year-end time is also a time for many weddings. The wedding season is a stressful time for not just those getting married but also those who have a lot of weddings to attend. Weddings call for the best time to deck up and put a fashionable foot forward. Other than choosing traditional clothes, one must also choose accessories carefully. The styling of accessories is also an important part of wedding fashion. This wedding season you can opt for trendy nose pins and mang tikka, matha pattis to add to your festive look. Wedding Jewellery Styles 2018-2019: Trending Accessories to Adorn This Wedding Season.
Make a unique statement this wedding season by styling your wedding trousseau with trendy matha patti and nose rings. Jagrati Shringi, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Marketing Officer, Voylla and Razia Kunj, Artisinal Jewellery Designer, list down some jewellery styling tips for you to dazzle on your special day. Wedding Fashion Trends 2018-19: List of Trendy Traditional Looks For Big Fat Indian Weddings.
Side-swept style: One of the hottest styles of maang tikkas that every bride loves adorn nowadays. This style is commonly called as ‘Nawabi style and half matha patti'. This matha patti falls on the side of the forehead, instead of being placed in the center.
Over-sized matha patti: If you want to make a distinct look on your wedding day, you can opt for bigger-sized matha patti. You can pick any style -- from floral or circular pattern studded with different stones that will make you stand out as the bride with the most elegant taste.
Nathani: Inspired by the brides from Rajasthan, Gujarat and other western parts of India, women are opting for circular nathani with or without chain. But while accessorising, the nose ring one should always be careful as it may overpower your personality.
Nose pins: A lot of young generation likes to pair smaller nose pins with their western wear thus creating a statement through fusion. While donning chunky Nose pin, one must be careful of their face cut and structure.
Necklace and earrings are the obvious jewellery which you'd wear on your outfits but nosepins and maang tika or maath patti add more details to your look. They highlight your face even better and add to the festive look. (With IANS Inputs)