Bridal Jewellery with a Twist - Adornment Styles like you’ve Never Seen Before
Whether you’re a bride or not you’re sure to get tickled with the mere sound of the word jewellery. We know you’ve been pinning boards after boards of the most breathtaking Indian jewellery designs you’ve come across on Pinterest, getting inspired and probably making a wish-list or must-have list for that ultimate big day.
So, to get you all the more excited about the greatest gift our Indian culture and heritage has given us – jewellery, our article today will give you some jewellery adornment goals you must achieve with these super-inspiring trends we think will make it big in 2016.
In 2015, we witnessed brides wearing elaborate Polki and heavy work single-tiered and double-tiered necklaces as matha pattis. The adornment styles we’ve come across seem to be leveling up the glam quotient of bridal jewellery. Scroll, quick!
Sleek Sleeve Jewellery
Sleeveless tops and tube- tops tend to upset the conventional relatives. This exotic style jewellery is a good excuse to stylishly cover up the bare areas of your body.
Multi-Tiered Necklaces Worn as Hair Jewellery
A high bun or a low bun, either way decking them with double or multi-tiered necklace is sure to create an eye-catching appeal.
Fine Piece of Necklaces Too Find a Spot on Your Hair
If elaborate is too much for you, delicate necklaces make for a good crown style hair accessory.
Wear Jhumkas Like Never Before
Taking jhumkas to a whole new level (literally) attaching them to chunky bangles just ups the quirk component.
Chunky Bangles Could be Your New Hair Accessories
Bangles are no longer just for the hands. Stack them up to prettify your thick long tresses.
Bling Your Hair Bun
Wrap around a bold piece of jewellery on your low or high hair bun and witness the change in your look.
Delicate Necklaces as Thigh Jewellery
Wearing a sexy slit gown for your cocktail party? Simply grab a delicate piece of multi-tiered necklace and bind it around your thigh. This sexy style is sure to be a head-turner!