Jewelry is vital to complete the bridal look and make her wedding moments the most memorable one. From silver to pearls, and gold to diamonds, everything has its own significance and dignified position in Indian wedding. While earlier, traditional jewellery is preferred choice for Indian brides, the market for Indian bridal jewelery is open to experimenting these days and providing pieces that are essentially traditional in nature with a distinctly modern twist. In the present era of unconventional fashion, several innovative and creative jewel pieces are making waves in the world of jewelry. Currently, the following bridal jewellery is trending and embellishing the wedding ceremonies:
One can never disprove the allure of Chandballis, the crescent moon shaped dangling, that are named after the eternally beautiful moon itself. These opulent earrings complement the Indian look in a classy manner. Chandballi Earrings are one among all the beautiful, traditional jewellery trends that have been making sensational comebacks lately. Several celebrities on the tinsel town have worn this dazzling jewel on the red carpet including Sonam Kapoor, Kareena, Deepika Padukone and many others. These elegantly feminine and regal chandballi earrings add a dash of sparkle and gracefulness to the look of a bride making them a valuable addition to bridal jewelery collection. These days, chandballis come in a variety of outstanding designs, studded with precious and semi-precious stones, have look at them at Voylla.
Victorian Style Jewellery
Today, Indian brides choose fashionable, traditional jewellery with a western influence as a part of their wedding ensemble. The latest trend visible among brides is that of having Victorian style jewellery. Victorian style jewellery features a refined blend of gold and silver jewellery with precious stone settings.
Neckpieces as Hair Accessories
These days a broad range of multi-purpose jewellery is in vogue. Many fashion icons such as Lady Gaga, Sarah Jessica Parker, and others were spotted wearing necklaces as headgears at several red carpet events. Modern Indian brides are also tying traditional jewellery like kundan or polka neckpieces or sleek diamond necklaces on their hair as a tiara or a maangtikka to give it an elegant look. Those having necklace with bigger central motif can wear it around the head, as a maathapatti. We have suggested you check some options at StyleFiesta
Hathphools In Place Of Delicate Bracelets
This traditional piece of jewellery has been around for decades, and will see a serious comeback in this year. It features a large bangle linked elegantly with one or more connected rings. Encrusted in white gold & platinum, and luxuriously studded with diamonds, hathphools create gorgeous lines along the bride’s wrists, making them look graceful. While combined with henna adorned hands, they give a heavily embellished look.
About the Author
Ms. Chitwn D Malhotra is an alumnus of Gemmology Institute of America (GIA) and has also received ‘Best Innovative Designs and Techniques’ award by World Gold Council. Being an ardent admirer of nature, Chitwn beautifully infuses the elements of nature in her every jewel piece. Her love for nature can be understood by the name she gave to her brand ‘Dillano’- the Italian word for nature. Dillano Luxurious Jewels Ltd. was founded in 2008 and has a flagship store at Punjabi Bagh market.