Jewelry Guide for Brides-to-be!!

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Make a mental note

Since you will spend a substantial amount of money on bridal jewelry you don’t want to make any mistakes. “Buy jewelry with a timeless aesthetic value. Remember it has to be special and bring out the true essence of the bride’s personality.”
 
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What’s the trend?

“Everything is going back to the past. The jewelry collection this year takes inspiration from the Mughal era but it is very lightweight to make it wearable. Classic pieces with minimum clutter are also very sought after.”



“Small diamond clusters are out. Brides-to-be want big, chunky stones and diamonds. There is also a huge demand for colored stones especially yellow and pink.”
 
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What you need

There is no escaping from the trappings of tradition. So while your mom and your groom’s mom want you to pile on the family heirlooms, you have a list of pieces that are a must.

New brides need that one piece of jewelry that will instantly make them stand out from the crowd. It should be a conversation starter, a statement piece that can uplift the simplest of outfits.

If you love diamonds, buy at least one pair of solitaire earrings, a solitaire ring and a diamond pendant for everyday wear.
 
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Matching jewelry with clothes


Here're some fabulous tips on matching jewelry with your bridal wear.

1) Heavy-bordered saris - Long chandelier earrings or big studs
2) Simple traditional saris - Thick beaded necklaces with a big diamond centerpiece or smaller diamond earrings
3) Traditional lehenga - Thick necklace or choker clubbed with a single kada studded with exquisite diamonds and small earrings. Alternately, you can also wear a thin gold chain with a big diamond pendant and match it with a pair of large diamond earrings and chunky kadas.
 
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Hi Karthiga, really beautiful and very nice jewelry guide you have posted. thank you!
 

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