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How to pick Bridal Jewellery: A Guide Inspired by Bollywood’s Style Icons

Discover the perfect bridal jewellery to complement your wedding dress with insights from Bollywood fashion trends.

The selection of bridal jewellery plays a pivotal role in achieving the desired look, and who better to draw inspiration from than the iconic Bollywood actresses? While most Indian brides go for the heirloom jewellery being passed down the generations, there are others that like to experiment with various looks and want to customize their jewellery according to their taste. Whichever category you fall into, there is no denying the fact that you’ve got to make the final decision from the myriad options available with you. Well! Take a deep breath and look at this guide that will help you pick the best jewellery for your wedding.

Understand Your Wedding Dress – This is the most important and the first thing that you should do before looking for bridal jewellery. Take into account the style, colour, fabric, the neckline and also the embellishments on your dress and then look for jewellery that will enhance the features of your wedding dress; be it a lehenga, saree or a gown.

Match the Jewellery with your Neckline – The neckline of your wedding ensemble determines the kind of jewellery that will go best with it. Coordinate your jewellery with the neckline, as Athiya Shetty often does to enhance her wedding looks. For example, a choker or a statement necklace is the perfect choice for a strapless or a sweetheart neckline whereas a delicate pendant or a simple chain accentuates a plunging or a V-shaped neckline. Similarly high necklines do not require any necklace at all. In fact, big earrings go well with high neckline.

Strike a Balance – It is essential to strike a balance between your dress and the jewellery. If the wedding ensemble is heavily embroidered or has too many embellishments, it is best to keep the jewellery minimal and simple, similar to Alia Bhatt’s elegant choices, opt for minimalist jewellery if your dress is heavily embroidered. Conversely, if your dress is simple and minimalistic, go for bold, eye-catching designs. Remember, your jewellery should not overpower your personality.

Coordinate the Fabric and Colour – Select your bridal jewellery that complements the colour of your dress. Silver and Platinum jewellery looks really classy with white wedding gown. If your dress has champagne or ivory undertones, gold jewellery will go beautifully with it. Get inspired from Katrina Kaif’s ornate wedding jewellery harmonized perfectly with her traditional red lehenga.

Your wedding day is a celebration of love and your wedding dress should make you feel confident and beautiful, so take time to decide.


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