Jewellery is way of keeping memories alive
Every girl grows up imagining her wedding day, how she would look at her wedding, and perfection is all she has imagined.
Bringing out that fantasy look can never possibly happen without the right attire paired with perfect jewelry. Any wedding look without accessorising is just like an ice cream without sugar. Here are a few jewelry options that will definitely add the much needed glam to all your outfit
- MEHENDI/HALDIA: Chuck the metals and stones for once,for your mehendi/haldi go organic, go for flowers. Floral Jewels especially for the bride-to-be are quite a trend these days. From earrings to bracelets & anklets, to baju bandh, everything is available in the market or if you have creative and enthusiastic aunts or friends, you could just DIY them. Floral jewelries are beautifully amalgamated with gota, stones, laces, pearls, etc. You end up looking all the more picture perfect with flowers on you. So exemplify your mehendi look with the beauty and fragrances flowers consist.
- SANGEET: For Sangeet/cocktail you could go for some dazzling diamond/stone jewelry. If you plan on wearing cocktail dresses, do pair them with cowboy hat like kalki Koechlin did in YJHD. If anything off shoulder is on your mind, then shoulder jewelry should sure cross your mind. Shoulder jewelry adds beauty with sizzling hotness.
Now for someone who is wearing indo-western dresses, danglers and big finger rings and fancy hair jewelry or even tiaras are great picks. You could also decorate your hair do with exotic flowers like orchids, red roses or English roses.
- WEDDING DAY For the D day, there’s nothing that can replace gold. Now again your jewelry choices would vary depending upon the outfit you choose to wear. For a lehenga, wearing jewelry inspired by Rajputana is ideal. You could choose between the conventional mang tika or authentic Rajasthani borla, both the choices are evergreen and equally beautiful. Borla is bell-shaped maang tika, studded with kundans meenakari and pearls. Earrings with again meenakari and pearl work or even jhumkas can go perfect with lehenga. For your wrists you have many options like Kundan bangles along with some glass ones, Chooda, kalire, haath phool, a big finger ring and a baju bandh on one of your arms.
Kundan and meena worked neck pieces goes without saying. With all this you’ll not look any less than jodha Bai.If you wear a paithani or a navari then here are a list of things you shouldn’t miss out on – Thushi, Mohan Mala, Lakshmi Haar, Kolhapuri Saaj (it’s as significant as a mangalsutra), kaan (ear cuffs), Tikada Set ( pearl choker), Rani Haar. For a Kanchipuram or a pattu or a Kanjivaram saree temple jewelry, waki (baaju bandh), Linga Padakka Muthu Mali, Oddiyanam (Waist Ornament), Jadanagam (Hair Ornament).
By now you sure can imagine yourself look like Kashi Bai, maharani padmavati or shridevi in one of her South Indian films.You now know how to be all set for all the limelight and Oh, don’t forget to add that beautiful smile on your face.