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It’s always been confusion as to what jewellery type you should wear in the weddings and other festivals, right? Choosing from a large variety of pieces is a real task. Now a thing that you should know is trends that are there these days.
From jadau jewellery to diamond ones, this festive season make sure you are flaunting the pieces that are in trend.
1. Jadau jewellery
Jadau seems to be a new jewellery trend for this season, be it the wedding or the festival season. Jadau chaandbalis and multilayer jadau jhumkas are a preferred choice for this festive season. This jewellery goes well with the traditional attire and adds more extravagance to the great occasion.
2. Diamond jewellery
Diamonds can never go out of trend; they are back again but with a twist to embrace this festive season. Delicate diamond necklaces and earrings, diamond cuffs with rubies and other gemstone are perfect to add grace and elegance to your look. Diamond chokers are an appropriate option for those women who are looking for making a bold statement this year.
3. Pearl jewellery
Pearls are universally flattering. They bring light to the face and look great with any outfit. Multi-string pearl necklace, pearl chokers and bracelets add a surreal charm to your festive outfit. Baroque pearls too are very much in trend this season for their uniqueness in hues and shapes.
4. Uncut polki with pastel meenakari
Uncut polki with pastel meenakari are in huge trend this year. It gives a traditional and royal look to every modern woman. It gives right balance between trendy and traditional.
5. Coloured gemstones
These jewellery types can be worn with any dress. Gemstones like rubies, emerald, and sapphire along with topaz have ruled the fashion runways this festive occasion.
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Author: Akshita Jain
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