Bridal jewellery trends to keep an eye on

 Bridal jewellery trends to keep an eye on

Team L&M

Every year comes with a new fashion manifestation, asking a question: what will be this season’s fashion forecast. While some trends are stimulated by brands, some culminate from one’s personal style. And the most important one is to get the right bridal look. So as we hit the wedding season, Anmol Jewellers puts together a list of jewellery you must wear in the festivities or make them a part of your treasure trove.

Temple Jewellery

Invoke your inner goodness with Temple jewellery which is crafted in a way that it tastefully replicates holy gods and goddesses, temple tops, and deities, making it an ideal choice for brides today on their big day. In South of India, idols were adorned with specially curated jewellery, however today, jewellery inspired by temple architecture and motifs has become a symbol of spirituality and also style. If you are a bride to be, this gold glam will be the right fit for you.

Meenakari/Enamel jewellery

If you are someone who loves colours and playing with them, this kind of jewellery is the right pick for you. Hailing from the city of royals, Jaipur, Meenakari jewellery is enabled with Mughal colours such as red, green and white. The rich, ruby red colour used is highly sought after when it comes to bridal trousseau. An heirloom and a piece of art one must have in their treasure trove.

Diamonds are forever
Bridal jewellery trends
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and that’s because they shine like a star and have the capability of making a bride standout. The versatility of diamonds makes them the most coveted piece in the bridal trousseau. They are timeless and can be paired with almost anything and everything. Make sure to check the 3Cs before you buy a diamond. Anmol Jewellers will make sure they are a piece of investment.

Jadau-Kundan

Jadau or Kundan will be one of the major bridal trends in 2023, believes Anmol Jewellers. This overdose of Kundan jewels layered together has unmatched finesse and a regal appeal for the bride’s D-day. The origins of kundan jewellery date back to the Rajput and Mughal era, as it is one of the oldest jewellery crafts in India. So If you want a regal look, this should be your go-to.

Contrast mix and match

To get you aisle-ready, you can team rubies and emeralds together, kundan and temple jewellery or even polki and kundan. Match the colour of your jewellery with your lehenga as per the colour wheel, to get the perfect look. Be the harbinger of this trend now.

 

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