Wedding is the most alluring day for a bride. It’s one of the biggest days of her life and she dresses the best. From a statement outfit, glam make-up to dazzling jewellery, everything needs to be on point. And, when it comes to jewellery, it’s just limited to gold, diamonds or gems.
These days, there are many options to choose from and a bride can choose from a variety of polki, jadau, black diamond and much more. To cater to all the bridal jewellery requirements for different functions, Ageerika Hari- Founder, Vaitaanika has something of everyone.
There are two main types of bracelets: the delicate ones and the thick ones (kadas). Add a range of elegant and statement bracelet styles in your trousseau and accessorize with ease. The best thing about the bracelet trend is that you can style them with a varied range of outfits and not necessarily ethnic wear. Basic round shape with texture all around it goes well with both Indian and western wear. Cocktail Ring
The ring trend never really goes out of fashion but is gearing up to pick up more steam in 2019, with the increasing popularity of cocktail rings. A perfect blend of classic and modern jewellery styles, a Polki or a Tanzanite studded cocktail ring is a must-have for this celebration season. Whether a wedding or a party, these contemporary cocktail rings are designed to make fashion statements with traditional as well as western attire.Earrings
Earrings are an accessory that one can never have enough of. Earring trends for 2019 will include bold, structured, geometric designs. Traditional gold earrings are expected to be seen again in revisited styles, mostly oversized hoops with mismatched adornments, impossible to slip by unnoticed.Brooch
The brooch trend is gaining back its popularity. Go eccentric with a statement brooch styled with a sari or a power suit. Fashion brooches and pins are as versatile as they can get. You can easily team them up with any piece of clothing from your wardrobe and make a statement. Or turn that pendant you’re not wearing into a brooch and style it as you like. Necklaces
Wearing a beautiful fashion jewellery necklace is a great way to ramp up your look. The necklace style you pick should complement your neckline, and then you can style it with a range of outfits. If you’re wearing a sweetheart neckline, you may want to wear a necklace-type that’s flexible, spread-out, and sits just below your throat, On the other hand, when wearing a high neckline, you can either wear a long pendant necklace, a multi-strand neckpiece or skip it entirely. A necklace trend that is still settling in and is expected to go big is the long pendant necklace with tassels.Pendant
The pendant trend will bring a mix of statement pieces and delicate spiritually significant pieces. The usual types of pendants include amulets, talismans, lockets, medallions, and of late, charms. Pendants also make great gifts for women of all ages if you pick the right pendant style.
Polki and Traditional Motifs
Uncut polki with pastel meenakari is in huge trend this festive season. It gives a traditional and royal look to every modern woman. An absolute balance between being trendy and classic, whereas jewellery crafted using traditional motifs such as peacock, lotus, or any other in gold finish options are perfect for ethnic and contemporary attire.
Armlets, also known as arm rings or armbands, are worn the world over. Traditional armlets are made in beautiful metal like gold and silver. Popular armlet styles are ornate, inspired by ancient Indian culture and folklores. Modern armlets have evolved a great deal, though. Some are delicate in design, while others are thick and robust.
Diamonds are said to be a ‘girl’s best friend,’ so why they should be left behind? From diamond necklace to bangles, you can flaunt anything you want to, as diamonds go perfectly with almost any outfit. They make you look sophisticated and classy. If its your first buy-in diamond jewellery then new settings have taken over the old prong setting of the diamond, a great start to your diamond collection.Silver
Silver Jewellery is trending these days because of its durability and range. Silver as a metal has lots to offer since it’s the most versatile. You stud in a precious stone, or finish it in any polish and can also add enamel to it.
Silver rings, bracelets, chains, necklaces, earrings, nose rings, anklets, toe rings, and what not have formed an integral part of Indian jewellery. Sterling silver jewellery is ruling the fashion industry these days. Even the oxidized silver jewellery with traditional designs is on the top of the list of every girl. This lightweight jewellery can be worn with ethnic as well as casuals. The best is to pair a cotton saree or suit with oxidized silver jhumkas.