Jewellery trends for Brides

Jewellery trends for Brides

Jewellery is an important part of bridal attire especially in Indian where jewellery signifies more than just an accessory and is worn in the most ostentatious way; therefore, many trends crop up in the jewellery and accessories category every year:

  1. Polki Jewellery: Polki jewellery has a very regal feel to it which has been all the rage recently, it is made from uncut natural diamonds and requires a lot of hardwork and talent but the end results are glorious.

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2.Fresher Maangtikkas: The old maangtikkas have been gone a long time now, crown mangtikkas are in these days.

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3.Layers: Layering jewellery gives a dimensional look and prevents things from looking too flat.

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d95a77163e8701fcc962e9954b8ca1b44.Traditional Contemporary: Combining both traditional artwork and modern designs bring about the most amazing jewellery and work well for the modern bride.

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5.Big nose rings: Big nose rings frame the face really well, and look extremely regal and traditional.

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