Simple Tricks Of Styling Your Jewellery With Any Ensemble This Wedding Season
Indian women tend to have a broad body structure. We are naturally blessed with a curvaceous body, which can carry traditional and western outfits with equal élan. Keeping this very thought in mind, Velvetcase and I worked on a concept that can team up jewellery and ensemble for traditional, fusion and modern looks.
Destination weddings have become common. People have started to opt for jewellery that can suffice the look of diamonds or gold in order to avoid the risk of it being lost. Having said that, we are almost in the midst of the wedding season and it would be the apt time to showcase an amalgamation of wedding, fusion and cocktail jewellery styled with different outfits.
Wedding / Occasion Wear
- To begin, my first choice was to showcase a bridal or occasion wear, hence my choice was wearing a bold kundan necklace set by Auraa Trends which is showcased on Velvetcase. It complements this stunning brown and golden full length traditional ensemble with a golden checkered jacket designed by Kshitij Chaudhary and available at Krasaa By Vikram Phadnis
- If you want to avoid wearing heavy necklaces, experiment your look with different kinds of silver and kundan earrings, just as I have tried on these kundan and pearl danglers. Alternative being a chaandbaali, paisely with a bell shaped jhumka that is studded with kundan, or vintage styled black rhodium elephant earrings or gemstones with cubiz zirconia earrings.
- Not upto any of the above, try a bold cuff or layering bangles or kadas. Do ensure that it is bold or has enough layers to complement as a stand alone piece of jewellery.
- Personally I love wearing hair accessories. It not only looks great but that one piece can draw all the desired attention. If styled and pinned properly on the hair, it gives the freedom of moving around comfortably without having to accessorise the hands or neck.
Liking what I have worn, check Velvetcase to add these to your jewellery kitty. Traditionally a hand harness was a “must have” for a bridal trousseau, however over the years it has become more of a fashion accessory that could be worn not only over traditional outfits but denims too.
If a maangtikka is your must do then you could wear cocktail rings or lightweight earrings along.
- Pastels are trending the winter palate, hence for my cocktail look I opted for an off shoulder (powder blue as I was told) gown with beautiful silhouettes and light embroidery by Anj Kreations
- To add a healthy dose of oomph I chose a swarovski zirconia necklace by Juwelina Paris with clean bold motifs that could be worn by itself. A pair of abstract earrings made it perfect for my formal look. In order to make it dressier, I went all out by adding a flexible cuff.
- An alternate being to experiment with gemstone rings by Tsara and pairing them with classic earrings.
- Contrast the look all together by wearing a traditional chaandbaali in neutral tones (or in a colour tone that matches the ensemble like mine) combined with a hand harness by Harsha Patel
Black Beauty – The Modern Look
- Last but not the least, we cannot do away without our LBD’s (little black dress) Wearing a black layered ensemble by Atelier Shivam with golden bead work, I adorned a Swarovski Zirconia necklace set studded with bold yellow stones by Juwelina Paris
- The second look involved chandeliers that can be worn stand alone or paired with a geometric cuff by Tsara. The motifs are inspired by the current art-deco trend.
- The third option is wearing a traditional jhoomar earring or a passa by Dilan Jewels, another trend to watch for! The passa might not match the look but hey! isn’t it all about setting your own rule!
Liking the looks we curated, show some love by commenting below. Feel free to suggest the looks you want me to curate and I will soon come up with them. Wishing you a fantastic week ahead.
Story and styling by Prernaa Makhariaa for Velvetcase.Com