Jewellery Trend In India
With the usual aplomb, and heighten the extravagance and opulence associated with this season in jewellery that’s attuned to the latest in fashion trend.There are plenty of occasions to deck up to the nines in jewels complimenting traditional as well as fusion attire.
Temple jewellery: Designs from long gone depicting gods, goddesses, sacred motifs, ornate flowers, leaves and birds are enjoying a revival in the market. Indians are going back to their ancient roots and temple jewellery is a perfect fit for those looking for a slice of history.Temple jewellery looks great on Indian as well as fusion clothing that makes use of Indian textiles or motifs.
Polki: The rise in the price of diamonds has led to a surge in the demand for polki (uncut diamonds) combined with diamonds. The reason behind this is that a polki-and-diamond necklace set would cost a lot less than a necklace made entirely of diamonds. Look for designs embellished with rubies, diamonds or pearls.
Oversized stones: Things are getting bigger (and better), when it comes to precious and semi-precious stones at least. Big-sized diamonds are in demand. So, instead of many small diamonds in a pave setting, hunt down a solitaire diamond in a prong setting. Solitaires are classics, so they won’t ever look outdated. Experiment with the shapes of diamonds and semi-precious stones.
Nitya Arora whose accessories are currently seen on several Bollywood A-listers says, The coming season is all about flaunting statement pieces in vibrant, funky colours. However the accessories that are going to be seen almost everywhere are earcuff, chokers, statement neckpieces, maangtikka, head gears, huge statement earrings and cuffs.
A lot of jewelleries with Indian and tribal accents were seen internationally this year. A lot of fusion jewelleries are also making headlines, simple traditional Indian accessories like bangle, anklets, earrings are given a bold avatar by adding pop-up colours and tribal designs and patterns to it.
Head gears with colourful stones, defined cuts, sharp tribal figurines, natural motifs blended with soft candy colours were seen a lot internationally.
Huge statement earrings
Big, bold, huge and chunky earrings in bright pop-up colours with natural or tribal motifs are in vogue. Wear them on traditional outfits, gowns, fusion wear or even on casuals as they look great.
Hair accessories like bows and neonclips, shimmery/bling/flowery hairbands, lace or studded head wraps are pretty much in vogue. If you are a first time user of hair accessories, then go slow and experiment a little before sporting the same, while be sure to steer clear away from scrunchies, metal head chains, banana clips and silicon rubber bands.
Neckpieces which has serpentine designs and colours to it are also climbing the ladder. Oversized blingy neckpieces on gold, dull gold or matte gold are very much in rage. Apart from that neon or pop-up coloured chokers, peter-pan collars, collar necklaces in vintage lace, rhinestones, semi-precious stones and in neon colours are going to be seen a lot. These collars can be worn on traditional, casual and formal outfits.
Ear cuffs are the latest object of obsession for international beauties like Cara Delevingne, Jennifer Lawrence and many others while at home stars like Sonam Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez and Vidya Balan have flaunted them with elan. A simple solid coloured outfit coupled with oodles of confidence and earcuffs in gold or solid coloured with studs will definitely turn many heads.
The last wedding/festive season saw a lot of bracelets, cuffs and colourful bangles adorned on traditional attires and this trend is going to continue. Chunky bracelets or cuffs are one of the best pieces of jewelries to put on a confusing day, as it goes with all kinds of outfits. Cuffs with a heady concoction of different materials like spikes, diamantes, trinklets, neons along with bold designs are in rage. Another option in this section are candy coloured bangles.