So have are you one of those lucky ones all set to tie the knot this wedding season? In case you have some last minute shopping left to do, make sure you get some jazzy and classy accessories to accentuate your overall look and add some style with a twist. Here are some must have accessories that have been the newest trend this year.
Nath (nose pin/ring)
Ditch those little pins and add a little drama. Go for the traditional nath and add some oomph. “Big traditional Rajasthani nath is what is ruling the fashion scene these days. Go for pearls and there are very in and look classy,” says Vijay Mahtani of B Motiram Jewelers based in Kolkata.
Bought a maang tikka already? Don’t if you haven’t cause those are oh so passé! Go for those lovely beaded head jewels. “Basically a mix of diamonds or polka with pearls, these cover the head like a mesh cap. The cost can vary from Rs1lakh to Rs20lakhsbut would be brides are opting for it like never before,” says Mahtani. These will go extremely well with a bouffant.
Bright pendants to hold up your duppatta or bun or those feathers studded with precious stones to adorn your hair do, you will be spoilt for choice this season. Studded head bands are an option too, if you are okay with a little experiment.
While a lot of them brides would prefer to go classic and traditional with those jhumkas, get some boldness in you and opt for ear cuffs. These are not just classy but oh so chic and gorgeous. Ear cuffs in pearls or coloured stones cover the entire back of the ear and also have the option of having danglers for a more traditional look.
Waist Belt/ Naval pins
Flaunting your curvaceous waist could never look sexier than this! Multi layered waist belts and a naval pin/ring will not only complete your look but also make you look like the ultimate fashionista. And no, you don’t need to get your naval pierced to flaunt the belly, opt for those fake clips that can be punched into the naval.
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The multi purpose choker: Long necklaces are out and gorgeous traditional chokars are the in thing. However, in case you are apprehensive in spending money on these heavy neck pieces, go for the multi purpose choker. “We have just introduced this new range of chokars in polkis and diamonds that are detachable. You can detach it and wear it separately as a pendant, or a necklace later. This has been designed keeping in mind the modern day bride who prefers light jewelry and to make sure that the choker doesn’t end up in the locker forever,” says Mahtani who has launched this collection at his store.