A long time ago, going to a destination wedding un-prepared was a bad idea. But things are different now. We have instant solutions to saree draping thanks to Instagram tutorial & Vodafone international roaming packages.
However, I think it is always a good idea to be prepared ahead of time for any wedding, destination or not. We might not know the list of events or dress codes way in advance, but we all have a general idea of an Indian wedding itinerary – Sangeet/Mehendi, Cocktail Night & The Wedding.
Accordingly, I prepared a list of latest jewellery trends that will compliment your outfit, keep you in style and help you prepare your look for the wedding season.
Sangeet Jewellery Trends 2019
Mangtikka’s are really in. But they were never really out, right? The beauty of a bright sangeet outfit can be completed with this new range of mangtikkas. Embedded in the sparkling stone with a pearl drop Mangtikka or Mughal inspired passa, will add an extra spark your appearance.
Cocktail Dinner Jewellery Trends 2019
Every girl is looking for that one statement piece that will make that stand more that the bride. Either a cocktail ring that everybody wants to copy or large earrings that can be shown off with any gown. One of the reasons why Indian women love cocktail rings could be because they add a lot of glamour to perfectly manicured hands, the result of which is more than eye-catching. Below are a few options of statement jewellery pieces that can make you more memorable than the bride
Wedding Jewellery Trends 2019
A perfect combination of fashion & tradition, the maharani look will give you the look of the day, especially if you are closely related to the bride. A rani haar teamed with a choker is an undefeatable combination in 2019.
These are just a few ideas, but we have many more designs on our website (or instagram) that can be filtered according to occasion, color or even style. On top of that, if you have a design that needs to be customised only for you, we can do that too. Just connect with us on Whatsapp by clicking here.
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