If you are a laid-back shopper like most of us, then, we would agree that scouting for outfits is a daunting task. Thankfully, we can always rely on to statement-making jewellery to help even the most drab outfits look better. We certainly belong to the camp who will not spend to much time on deciding an outfit and would rather spend it in picking the right accessories.
Sure, we know how to wear 'em jewellery, but there's no reason why we should not take some inspiration from our favourite celebs, especially, if we want to be on the top of everything that's new. So, we did some research (if you call endlessly stalking celebs and their stylists that) and figured the next big trends in jewellery to keep us floating through those never-ending wedding ceremonies this year.
While temple jewellery shall always be our go-to ethnic pieces, these heirloom-worthy jewels that we love on our moms have a special place in our closets. Taking inspiration from Deepika Padukone and Shraddha Kapoor, we are excited to pair our kanjeewarams and chanderis for an ethnic occasion with few options below.
Oxidized silver earrings have always been part our closet. Remember those college days where chunky jhumkas and danglers that were our must-haves to pair with kurtis and denim? Well, we love them even more now since Kareena Kapoor and Anushka Sharma are sporting them. Pair them with western silhouettes like jacket-pant sets and glamorous gowns and they're going to look good regardless.
Ever since Deepika posted her envy-worthy wedding pictures, we're obsessing over her add-on baubles along with her Sabyasachi lehenga. What struck us the most was her super-elegant mathapatti that just stood out. This statement-esque jewellery has been worn by Sonam as well, thus making it a part of our wish-list to wear it to weddings. Here are some options to keep you on track with the trend.
With enamels paving their way to ethnic jewellery as well, they are not restricted to just our nail colours anymore. This lust-worthy jewellery trend has been in demand ever since Alia Bhatt attended her friend's sangeet wearing a blue Manish Malhotra sharara-saree with a pristine pink enamel choker by Anita Dongre (see the piece below) and a maangtikka set. Need more inspiration? Our very own fashionista Sonam wore these demure pink earrings as a showstopper to a Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla's fashion show. Get started with your own collection with these stunning pieces.
We give special credit to Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's for hooking us up on pearls. Although a single-strand choker necklace is presumably the most famous style, we are taking inspiration from Alia Bhatt and Kangana Ranaut on how to revel in our pearl fixation without really going overboard. Here are some styles that you can wear if just pearly baubles aren't your thing.
Loved these jewellery trends for 2020 that you can wear to wedding festivities? Let us know in the comments below.