Glam Up with These Chic Bridal Jewellery Trends of 2015
The wedding season is at its peak, and the brides are on the run to find what’s the latest in bling. With designers taking wedding jewelry to a whole new level, it will be exciting to see how traditional, as well as unconventional brides can pull off these chic bridal jewellery trends.
Crown – Fit for a Queen
Majestic crowns are making their way into Indian wedding accessories. You’re indeed the queen on your big day, so why not wear a full-fledged crown to make a serious statement?
Pendant Necklaces Are the New Mattha Pattis
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Rebellious brides are wearing pendant necklaces on their forehead, transforming them into gorgeous mattha pattis. Take a delicate or chunky, bold neckpiece and wrap it around your head to witness your dazzling new self.
Borla Tikka for a Delicate Look
Who says borla is out of fashion? Famous celebrities like Sonam Kapoor, Chitrangada Singh and Kangana Ranaut have all been seen walking the ramp donning the bridal look with borla tikka. If you’re opting for heavy necklaces, a borla tikka blends perfectly well with your overall look.
Jhoomar Goes Well With Maang Tikka
When opting for cross-cultural wedding jewelry, a jhoomar is the first thing that comes to one’s mind. Gone are the days when stylists used to ask the brides to avoid pairing a jhoomar with a maang tikka. But that notion has changed over time. Today, stylists recommend wearing a maang tikka matching your jhoomar design to highlight your face.
Funky Bridal Earpieces
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To intensify the overall bridal look, modern brides are picking funky and chunky earrings. Whether you want to achieve a classic or a modern look, these trendy pieces perfectly merge with any drop earrings or evolved jhumkas.
Chokers are one of the latest bridal jewellery trends. Over time, these chokers have transformed to add an extra element of style. The two statement styles which you can don are:
1. Large chokers with large pendants
2. Chokers with attachments
These additions to the traditional flair of chokers create the illusion of length.
Necklaces with a Twist
The new styles of heavy necklaces like long and short neckpieces, two pendant necklaces, long diamond chains and bold gold temple wedding jewelry have attained a cult status and are soon taking over the nation as the most loved choices of the brides-to-be.
Hath Panjas and Haathphool - Gorgeous Hand Jewellery
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Not all brides love gold, so here are some interesting silver and diamond hand jewellery a bride-to-be can opt for to dazzle on her big day. Brides who love gold needn’t frown; these gorgeous pieces of haath panjas and haathphools look all the more striking in gold with gemstones added.
Statement and Personalised Pieces
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Statement wedding accessories are for those who dare. If you think you can gracefully pull off these jewellery designs, you’ve got a thumbs-up from us! Other than these spectacularly-designed single statement pieces, brides-to-be can wear personalised jewellery that have the name of their husbands-to-be or their maiden name.
Jewellery is not treated as just another accessory; designers have altered it to become a stand-alone piece that can be worn as an outfit. Go ahead, give it a try!
Diamonds and Coloured Gemstones
Other than the traditional gold and silver options, diamonds and gemstones are catching the eye of modern brides. Play with distinct designs to glamorously present your distinctive style.