The Wedding Season - Band Zevar and Baarat
Get those feet thumping, the dholaks drumming, and bring out all that jewelled bling- the wedding season is here to stay! In a culturally rich country like India, weddings are not just an event; it's an emotion! An emotion of fun, laughter, and togetherness coupled with festive attire, dance, music and shimmering looks that steal the show. No wedding is complete without a jaw-dropping ensemble and the perfect accessories to flaunt away. So whether you are the bride, the bride's sister, the maid of honour or a 'door ke rishtedaar', here's your wedding guide to look your best and shine like a diamond on the wedding days.
The Bride to Be
To the most important woman of the day, we tell you to go bold and beautiful. You are the star, and you are born to shine on this special day.
If it's a traditional red lehenga or saree that you picture yourself in, we suggest you go the traditional route and pick pieces of jewellery that are rooted in your heritage. For the neck, begin with a bold gemstoned choker, layering as you go down and minimizing the thickness of the chains. Finish off with a long haaram whose precious stones mimic the bejewelled choker. A style tip here would be to keep the in-between layers in simple gold that sparkle but doesn't take away the glamour of your statement pieces. Accessorize your hands with gold bangles completely or interspace intricately worked kadas with glass bangles in red hues. A maang tikka for the forehead, some traditional jhumkas for the lobes and chunky gold payals can make you look stunningly glamorous on your wedding day.
If simplicity in attire is what you long for, make a statement with your jewellery. A single choker or necklace studded with Polki diamonds can elevate your look and add glam to your ensemble. Matching Polki earrings that dangle to your shoulders can be a playful addition to your understated wardrobe. For the hands, we suggest adding hues that mirror your attire. You can choose sparkling diamond-studded bangles or gemstones in pastel hues. Meenakari bangles in the same shades can also add a touch of royal elegance to your special day.
The Friends and Family of the Bride/ Groom
You want to look important but not enough to steal the show from the bride. The style you are going for is effortlessly elegant. A traditional gold necklace paired with big, bold jhumkas can glam up your traditional attire. If it's a modern festive look you are thinking of, accessorize with an elegant semi-precious bejewelled necklace that matches the colours of your dress. You can also choose to contrast the shades to make your jewellery stand out. Ruby reds with emerald greens or blue sapphires paired with silver dresses will look classy and gorgeous. Keep the bangles minimal- either cluster thin gold bangles together for a good tinkling with every move, or one statement kada in each hand can also be a good choice.
A one among the crowd
There are no dress codes, colour themes or jewellery guides to restrict your style. Go as bold as you want or as understated as you desire. From a shimmering diamond necklace to a delicate gemstone pendant, you can accessorize your ensemble to your preference and still stand out from the crowd. For a traditional look, we suggest earring studs that are either round and big or trace the shape of your earlobe. Go simple with the bangles, and if anklets are your thing, single-stranded anklets in gold are a beautiful choice.
Now that you know the looks of the season, are you ready to fun, frolic and crush that wedding look? Check out our latest designs for a bit of glimmering inspiration.