The wedding season is in full swing as it’s the first month of the year and winters are the best time to wear whatever jewellery you have been dreaming of and enjoy it as it keeps you dazzling and warm 😉 But let us tell you that this year’s trends are a tribute to the yesteryear and you can either stir up your mother’s antique jewellery or just come down to Birdhichand and shop away to glory.
- Chaand Balis and Long Earrings
As per the poetic name of this jewellery, these kind of earrings bear the shape of a half moon and rest of the design could either be dangling or not. The conventional earring style is already back in vogue and is here to stay.
- Multi layered necklace
Instead of taking multiple necklaces and layering them in your neck, here is a more stunning and convenient option – a Multi layered necklace. You will find lots of celebrities and socialites sporting this and you will end up looking like one with this alluring multi-layered necklace by Birdhichand’s Adaa, designed with diamond polkis and pearls oozing a pristine demeanor.
Literally meaning flower of a hand (hath + phool), this delicate wedding accessory looks as regal as it gets once paired up with the appropriate colors. Once a staple piece of jewellery in the Mughal era and Persian dancers, this intricate piece of art has made its way to the modern day Indian weddings and Birdhichand’s collection Adaa gives you enough opportunity to play with different designs and let your hands look elegant throughout the wedding ceremonies.
- Jhoomar or Passa
A bride’s solah shringar is not complete without the graceful maang tikka on her head. Apart from being absolutely eye pleasing, maang tikka also symbolises the union of two souls and is therefore worn by every Indian bride. However, in addition to the one in the center or sans the center one, another maang tikka called jhoomar/passa that falls on the left side of forehead will adorn the bride in a trendy affair.
In this case, size will not really matter in 2017 ! Both the big and tiny delicate rings will be in vogue this year. Play with them with both your western and traditional look and feel free to experiment with double finger rings to highlight your manicured hands without any flashy nail colors.
6. Chokers and Big Necklaces
The necklaces which almost choke your neck yet manage to not do that and make you look charming with a royal appeal – Chokers have been worn by women of all ages but this year, they will be a la mode among the young brides in a slew of contemporary designs & intriguing mixes of stones.
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