6 Stylish Ways To Wear Wedding Jewelry

6 Stylish Ways To Wear Wedding Jewelry

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I always believed that “Every piece of jewelry tells a story’ A beautiful story”. When I got married in 2002, I was not that girl who went hunting for wedding jewelry. But today’s brides are smarter in their choices of wedding jewelry that should be a perfect mix of modern and ethnic look. So I decided to help them out with this post “6 Stylish Ways To Wear Wedding Jewelry”.

 

6 Stylish Ways To Wear Wedding Jewelry

 

 

Ethnic Wear, Imitation Jewelry, Bollywood Dance, Delicious Food and uncontrollable laughter; these are the main highlights of Indian Weddings. Especially for the bride, these clothes and jewelry pieces matter a lot. Every bride loved her collection of blingy baubles and sparkly jewelry. Without them the bride and wedding both are incomplete.

Right from chandbalis to kundan stones to statement neck pieces to maathapattis, can be tricky to pair with western wear. But when done right though, this mix of western styles and opulent ethnic accessories can look spectacular! 

Let’s learn together the style ways to pair traditional jewelry with western outfits like a true diva:

1. Mangalsutras

 

 

The one thing only Indian married women carry till death apart the couple. If you are having a beautiful but heavy gold mangalsutra, you can easily match it up with a dark color based tees and enjoy the look like a star. Wearing a short length mangalsutra with your western attires can be interesting as well. Try online mangalsutras for stylish and trendy designs.

 

2. MaathaPatti

 

 

Maathapttis and maang tikkas were used as the hair accessories for brides. Be it small pearls or kundan, this mathpattis came back in trend in a big way. They give a royal bride look just like beautiful Hindu mythological goddesses. Wearing the same maathapattis and maagtikkas with your western wear can give you a royal bride look.

 

3. Kundan Neckpiece

 

 

Kundan is the gem of the jewel, especially for brides. It makes the beautiful neck of the bride look more glamorous. No matter what color the kundan is, it got the charm to give a royal look. These heavy kundan sets can be easily worn with button-ups for a glam look. Whether you go for a heavy long skirt or your favorite denim, it will game your style level up!

 

4. Bangles Set

 

 

Broad bangles are the major part of imitation jewelry. These round circles are more than just circles around the wrists. You might have bought the broad golden bangles/kadaas for your wedding and now they’re just hanging in your bangles box. Worry not as you can carry these beautiful set of bangles with any western dress.

 

5. Statement Necklace

 

 

Adding a heavy duty statement neck piece to your maxi dress or gown can turn all the eyeballs and attention towards you. We guarantee it’ll help you shine and make a serious style statement just like your favorite Bollywood stars. Wearing these neck pieces with a plain suit can also be a great idea to look stylish.

 

6. Earrings

 

 

No look is complete without a good pair of earrings and the heavy golden earrings look like the best part of jewelry. A dark colored long dress with heavy golden earrings can do wonders for you. Try going for a black maxi and enjoy the look.

In this modern era, everything is available at your fingertips. Be it online mangalsutras or earrings, you can check out the latest trends and then mix-match accordingly. Let the beautiful wedding jewelry come handy!

 

 

What is your favorite wedding jewelry? How you make yourself look gorgeous for your wedding? Do you love modern or traditional wedding jewelry? Do you prefer online shopping for your wedding? Please share with us …….

 

Disclosure: “This is a sponsored post. But the opinions remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the sponsors.”

 

 

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