The most amazing and our favourite season of the year is here – the wedding season. It’s that time of the year when glitter, spice and everything nice happens. We understand ladies what’s going on in your mind. Especially all the brides-to-be, you don’t wanna miss out on any trend. Wedzo understands it all – we will help you keep up with all the trends. So, today we bring to you that’s trending in the world of jewels and baubles.
Satlada is a seven-stringed long neckpiece made of pearls, diamonds, emeralds and rubies. This royal looking piece of jewel uplifts the simplest of outfits and looks stunning paired with anarkali, saree, lehanga and goes well with all types of neck designs.
It was very typical in 90s Indian wedding but was out of trend for almost two decades. However, hand harnesses are in the picture again and believe us, they are here to stay. Some really cool designs and patterns are donned by the brides lately and we have become total fan of the harnesses.
If you ask for my favourite of them all – I have a major crush on matha pattis. They come in so many designs and styles – from traditional Tikka-pattis to contemporary Half/One sided pattis – that you’d want to buy them all.
Did you see Bipasha in her bridal attire for her wedding? She pulled off the matha patti like a BOMB, so did Geeta Basra on her Mehendi.
Who can forget Aishwarya Rai in Jodha-Akbar! She was the trend setter for borla after the film. Not only brides are falling head over heels for borla but also the Bollywood actresses.
Preity Zinta went for borla instead of conventional mang-tikka on her wedding.
Passé are the days when Passa was associated with Muslim brides. Well! Jewels have no religion and that’s the best part. You’ll see many Indian brides sporting passa so well with their bridal outfits. Jhumar is what we recommend. It enhances the bridal look to the zenith. Whether you want a pearl one or one in a kundan work or all gold jhumar – the choice is all yours.
Mira Rajput and Soha Ali khan also donned the jhumar passa on their wedding.
Saving the best for the last! Chokers are in, but will they look good on bridal attire? Trust us – they won’t just go well with your outfit but will also bring you truckloads of compliments. Coming from a typical Garhwali family – I happened to love chokers by default. (Naath is not the only jewellery associated with Gharwali brides, just BTW). You can go for pendant chokers or layered chokers if you don’t find the simple one interesting enough.
Soha Ali Khan, the royal bride also opted for choker as a neck-piece for her wedding (pic above).