Trends in jewellery this season
We’ve rounded up the top 5 jewellery trends in India this year.
Multi-layer necklaces come with dazzling stones or pearls and are finished off with a large pendant which will be the focal point of your entire ensemble. They look very beautiful and make you look beautiful too.
Antique Temple Jewellery
Temple jewellery is chunky and primarily made of gold, with precious stones in red and green. Many of them feature large motifs of goddesses and tend to be intricate pieces, taking days of labour.
They are moon-shaped and make for the perfect earrings to be paired with any kind of Indian attire.
1 Gram Gold Jewellery
This is jewellery that is made of silver with a coating in gold and the finish looks as good as gold. This kind of jewellery comes in dazzling patterns and have become the go to option to expand one’s jewellery collection on a budget.
Square, round or triangle, and more specifically to maths! Geometric jewellery is the trend this summer. From necklaces to bracelets, everything is geometric but we especially love to wear them as large earrings for a very distinctive style!
As much as we love our dainty bracelets, the season clearly belongs to the bigger and bolder cuff bracelets.
This is mainly due to big national and international jewellery brands coming to India and diamond off the pedestal of ‘unaffordable’ and creative promotions on TV and magazines. Jewellery featuring cluster diamonds is widely sought after and worn as everyday jewels as opposed to the occasion wear it was once limited to.
The term ‘minimalist’ has a new definition when it comes to modern Indian jewellery. It is no longer associated with a pair of small studs in your ears. To be a minimalist, you need to invest in a few statement pieces of jewellery and wear them singularly.