Wednesday, 12 September 2012
Varied Bridal Jewellery Trends – An Innovative Renaissance
Wedding day is the most essential day in any girl’s life. She aspires to look as charming, beauteous and alluring as ever. Bridal jewellery plays a pivotal role in bestowing an enticing appearance to the bride. It is culturally significant and enhances the comeliness of the bride. This is the reason women today are strikingly cautious while choosing the ornaments they plan to wear on the D day. With the prevalent scenario, even jewellery makers are spending exhaustive hours and appoint skilled designers to carve out most innovative yet contemporary pieces. Sententious emphasis is laid on myriad patterns, stones to be used, their cuts and styles.
Often cosmopolitan brides prefer Victorian style which is a cultured combination of gold and silver with precious stone settings or Rose Cut jewellery. Also, brides-to-be are usually bedazzled by bewitching diamonds. Sleek patterns, glazing looks, jaw-dropping designs with a hint of simplicity are in. However, some still prefer traditional patterns and wear antique jewellery custom – made by savvy designers. These are usually inspired by vintage patterns and endorsed in most Hindi movies. Likewise, heritage trends like wearing a Maang Tika with complete head dress or armlet are also gaining popularity.
Jewellery styles have evolved since time immemorial and promptly modern day brides prefer minimalistic and classic silhouetted ornaments made from white gold, pink gold, yellow gold, platinum or silver. Although there are a plethora of designs to choose from, however, brides embrace a look that depicts their candid personality in voguish style. Consequentially, jewellery makers prepare the embellished pieces elegantly - be it heavily ornamented or delicate quaint sets.