Indian weddings include so many functions from engagement, sangeet, haldi to reception parties, so make sure you never repeat the same jewellery for different occasions. Wondering what will match your wedding attire? Not sure what right kind of jewellery you should choose. Fret not. Chitwn D Malhotra, Lead designer and Founder of Dillano Luxurious Jewels Pvt Ltd and Chitra Aggarwal, Founder of Inaya Couture list some options that will help you pick and decide the right kind of jewellery with your outfits in this wedding season. Wedding Jewellery Styles 2018-2019: Trending Accessories to Adorn This Wedding Season.
1. Chokers: Chokers are one of the most trending necklaces that match almost every type of traditional outfit - from lehenga cholis to traditional saris. A dainty choker in white diamonds or two to three line chokers embroidered with rubies or sapphires can give a stunning touch to a light-weight lehenga.
2. Chandbalis: Anyone can opt for chandbalis in uncut polkis and pearls, these are everlasting and effortlessly compliment traditional outfits be it a heavy suit or an embroidered anaarkalis.
3. Temple Gold Jewellery: Traditional saris in silk can opt for statement temple jewellery in yellow gold. It stands out among all others due to its royal and lustrous appearance.
4. Diamond Jewellery: As the popular saying goes, 'Diamonds are a woman's best friend' and how true is that. Diamonds go well with any kind of attire like heavy gowns and saris and add more indulgence to the great occasion.
5. Bracelets: Bracelets crafted in white gold with white diamonds can be worn with western gowns which looks stunning. Edgy handcuffs crafted in yellow gold or white gold with coloured gemstones embellishment gives rich touch to the traditional outfits on weddings. Bracelets or handcuffs in motifs are a perfect style statement on wedding occasions.
Jewellery enhances and completes the look of a bride. In Hindu weddings, jewellery forms an essential part of the 'solah shringaar', a bride adorns. If you do not wish to wear real jewellery, one can also opt for stylish artificial jewellery. Although as a part of tradition, women usually wear gold jewellery on their wedding day.
(With IANS Inputs)