Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.
This age-old British rhyme continues to inspire the brides in choosing their jewellery on the D-day. Love. Excitement. Happiness. Exuberance. Drama. And lots of drama. Isn’t what weddings are all about?
Let’s take a look at what is to come within the world of jewellery in 2016.
Go Bold with Gold
Gold never goes out of style! The chicest way to wear the precious metal in 2016 is in the form of slender bracelets that stack up to the wrist and articulate cocktail rings. While rose gold is 2015, yellow gold will be making a comeback in 2016.
Old is Gold (and silver and diamond and Kundan and…! 😉 )
The vintage look will be the most in thing in 2016. So do not get upset if your grandmother gives her own old jewellery for your wedding. In fact, team it up creatively with modern jewellery. You can use that earring as your maang–teeka and you are ready to roll!
The Devil is in the Detail
Indian jewellery boasts of craftsmanship and quality. Choose your engagement ring with an intricate design and incorporate twist shanks into it.
A bride has to look feminine and delicate. What could be better than flowers to signify feminity and youthfulness? You will not get to see flowers only in the decoration now but also on the jewellery.
Personalised and monogrammed jewellery is making a comeback in jewellery trends of 2016. People like to wear pendants of their or their husbands’ name initials. Personalisation has reached new limits where you can get an imprint of your lips.Like narcissism had any limits! (P.S.-the below picture is not bridal. Don’t wear on your D-day! LOL)
(Pic Courtesy: Versace)
Link-ups, these days!
The newest trend next season is to wear rings which can also be worn spanning several fingers.
Rock that stone!
The popularity of coloured gemstones skyrocketed this year, especially the colour blue. And in 2016, the industry will keep bringing gemstones to life through multiple cuts and shapes. Gemstones like Topaz, citrine and peridot will be the trendiest next year.