Jewellery Trends Indian Brides Shimmered In The Year 2021

Jewellery Trends Indian Brides Shimmered In The Year 2021

Weddings, as always, have been the all year festivities of this year as well. With all those ecstatic plans and overwhelming decisions, not knowing where to start and hardly able to catch a breath, somehow they become the most memorable events. Among other things, as important as a wedding is to any bride, it also holds the “I’ll be the most beautiful bride” ambition to her, of which she truly hopes an ending of “I’m the most beautiful bride!” A bride on her wedding day wants to dazzle the best and shine brighter than all the lights around her. Be it a choice between Solah Shringar, going minimal, or anything in between, she wants the best of all of her options. Well, who doesn’t!

For her to get there, it all starts with picking out her outfit, deciding the makeup, hairstyle, selecting shoes, and the most fun part -- selecting jewellery. As much as everything else is important in making a bride more beautiful, jewellery have their own distinctive significance in the whole look. So, as a bride, when it comes to narrowing down her jewellery choices and doing the most conflicting task of making a final selection, the best way there is – Trends! Taking inspiration from the trends is, and has been, one of the popular ways of making a fashion decision. And this year was no different. Brides made the most stunning jewellery choices for their special day, taking the its-bits from the trends while also creating the memorable ones.

Here are the highlighted Bridal Jewellery Designs that stole the spotlight in Indian Brides’ choices in the year 2021:

MATHA PATTI

Passed down by traditions, this bridal ornament is like an unsaid must-wear for every Indian bride. Matha Patti completes the divine traditional look of a bride and adds a beautiful shimmery glow on her face and forehead. Add this in your list of wedding accessories to get that elegant, queenly, bridal look. You could go for simple and lightweight Matha Pattis for a minimal yet festive look, or you can always choose an intricately crafted, dense design Matha Patti for a striking traditional look. You could also replace it with Oversized and/or Intricate Maang Tikkas.

Matha Patti

Passed down by traditions, this bridal ornament is like an unsaid must-wear for every Indian bride. Matha Patti completes the divine traditional look of a bride and adds a beautiful shimmery glow on her face and forehead. Add this in your list of wedding accessories to get that elegant, queenly, bridal look. You could go for simple and lightweight Matha Pattis for a minimal yet festive look, or you can always choose an intricately crafted, dense design Matha Patti for a striking traditional look. You could also replace it with Oversized and/or Intricate Maang Tikkas.

ZIRCON OR DIAMOND BRIDALCHOKER

“Diamonds are a woman's best friend” -- This statement is one classic that will never stop being true. And when combined with the Choker design, the piece becomes a true gift of royalty. As much as Diamond Jewelleries are one of the statement pieces, they are also very commonly replaced with more affordable choices such as American Diamond or Zircon for getting that same awe feeling but for also going lighter on pockets. Zircon chokers are the absolute highlight of the brides’ choices. With the impeccable delicateness and fine embellishment, they're the epitome of contemporary yet classic, traditional yet fashionable. Their royal look and rich cultural representation are the most striking elements that make a bridal choker a must-have piece for every Indian Bride! You could wear them to your Mehendi Ceremony or Reception for that perfectly right shimmer in your look. The best part -- after your wedding, you could easily wear them again on any special occasions by pairing them with your various ethnic and indo-western outfits.

Zircon Or Diamond Bridal Choker

“Diamonds are a woman's best friend” -- This statement is one classic that will never stop being true. And when combined with the Choker design, the piece becomes a true gift of royalty. As much as Diamond Jewelleries are one of the statement pieces, they are also very commonly replaced with more affordable choices such as American Diamond or Zircon for getting that same awe feeling but for also going lighter on pockets. Zircon chokers are the absolute highlight of the brides’ choices. With the impeccable delicateness and fine embellishment, they're the epitome of contemporary yet classic, traditional yet fashionable. Their royal look and rich cultural representation are the most striking elements that make a bridal choker a must-have piece for every Indian Bride! You could wear them to your Mehendi Ceremony or Reception for that perfectly right shimmer in your look. The best part -- after your wedding, you could easily wear them again on any special occasions by pairing them with your various ethnic and indo-western outfits.

BIG RINGS

This goes without saying -- Rings are one of the most essential elements in bridal accessories. Among other things, they represent a bond of love, commitment, and togetherness. In addition to the engagement ring, the bride may choose to wear other additional rings for extra adornment. For this, big or oversized rings that are colorfully embellished, stone studded, are popularly preferred by brides. They are striking, finely crafted, and sit beautifully on the fingers highlighting the elegance of the hands. You could opt for the rings that match your outfit, or the other jewellery that you’re wearing, or both. As rings are close adjacents to bangles, haath phool, and kadas, you could match them all together for a neatly bejewelled look. Put a complimenting or contrasting nail-polish shade on your fingernails to enhance the look of your hands and work well with your rings.

Big Rings

This goes without saying -- Rings are one of the most essential elements in bridal accessories. Among other things, they represent a bond of love, commitment, and togetherness. In addition to the engagement ring, the bride may choose to wear other additional rings for extra adornment. For this, big or oversized rings that are colorfully embellished, stone studded, are popularly preferred by brides. They are striking, finely crafted, and sit beautifully on the fingers highlighting the elegance of the hands. You could opt for the rings that match your outfit, or the other jewellery that you’re wearing, or both. As rings are close adjacents to bangles, haath phool, and kadas, you could match them all together for a neatly bejewelled look. Put a complimenting or contrasting nail-polish shade on your fingernails to enhance the look of your hands and work well with your rings.

MULTI-LAYER NECKLACE

Choice of celebrities but can be totally included in your style, Multi Layer Necklaces are truly a royal addition to a Bridal look. These necklaces are usually of four or more layers, but these days brides are pulling off the multi-layer look with just two layered necklaces as well. For that divine royalty and extra hint of glamour, include this trend in your bridal accessories and get one step closer to being the most beautiful bride! You could combine and wear separate individual necklaces with different lengths and create a multi-layer look, or you could just go for a single multi-layer necklace.

Multi-Layer Necklace

Choice of celebrities but can be totally included in your style, Multi Layer Necklaces are truly a royal addition to a Bridal look. These necklaces are usually of four or more layers, but these days brides are pulling off the multi-layer look with just two layered necklaces as well. For that divine royalty and extra hint of glamour, include this trend in your bridal accessories and get one step closer to being the most beautiful bride! You could combine and wear separate individual necklaces with different lengths and create a multi-layer look, or you could just go for a single multi-layer necklace.

KAMARBANDH

Kamarbandhs are making a comeback after nearly falling out of style. They've regained appeal since they highlight the torso and give a bride an ethereal and heavenly look. Kamarbandhs are available in a variety of forms, ranging from wide and broad to slender and delicate, and brides often choose them according to their body shapes, attire, and personal tastes. You can pair it beautifully with your saree, lehenga, as well as gowns, as it complements with all the outfits gracefully!

Kamarbandh

Kamarbandhs are making a comeback after nearly falling out of style. They've regained appeal since they highlight the torso and give a bride an ethereal and heavenly look. Kamarbandhs are available in a variety of forms, ranging from wide and broad to slender and delicate, and brides often choose them according to their body shapes, attire, and personal tastes. You can pair it beautifully with your saree, lehenga, as well as gowns, as it complements with all the outfits gracefully!

ANKLETS/PAYALS

Anklets are something that don’t really need an occasion or reason to be adorned. And as a bride, wedding is not only an occasion but also an important tradition-call for getting onto them. Bridal anklets are worn by brides all throughout India for many reasons – they're attractive, ethnic, stunningly gorgeous, and they denote marital status. Bridal anklets and toe rings, together, work divinely delicate wonders on your feet, making them look beautifully traditional and culturally festive. Pair a bejewelled anklet with your lehenga-matching footwear. Enhance the look of your feet by decorating them with graceful mehendi (with matching motifs to your anklet could be a plus). Put a nail-polish shade on your toenails that goes well with the jewels in your anklet. And, you could add a set of matching toe rings for that extra bling to your toe.

Anklets/Payals

Anklets are something that don’t really need an occasion or reason to be adorned. And as a bride, wedding is not only an occasion but also an important tradition-call for getting onto them. Bridal anklets are worn by brides all throughout India for many reasons – they're attractive, ethnic, stunningly gorgeous, and they denote marital status. Bridal anklets and toe rings, together, work divinely delicate wonders on your feet, making them look beautifully traditional and culturally festive. Pair a bejewelled anklet with your lehenga-matching footwear. Enhance the look of your feet by decorating them with graceful mehendi (with matching motifs to your anklet could be a plus). Put a nail-polish shade on your toenails that goes well with the jewels in your anklet. And, you could add a set of matching toe rings for that extra bling to your toe.

So, now that you’ve got the inspirations, time to update that shopping list of yours. Of course, you can always add more, or improvise, or go for your favorites. It’s your special day, let no one stop you, especially for jewellery!

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