Every bride aspires to look stunning on her wedding day. Amongst wedding trousseau, makeup and footwear, jewellery is one such accessory that needs to be the best. This wedding season, what’s going to be in vogue is nothing other than multi-layered necklaces. Yes, you read that right!
But you need a careful selection of the layers of jewellery to take your look notches high. With a variety of option available, we give you some basic rules about how to go about the layers and ace it like a diva. Here you go!
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#1. Go get yourself a bridal set where not an inch of your neck is visible. If you plan to wear two neck pieces, club together a choker and a long necklace that has two or three delicate layers.
#2. Layers of jadau, exquisite emeralds, rubies and pearls add to the glamour quotient.
#3. You can also have a layer of pearls, with gold and rubies as a contrast.
#4. South Indian brides have been layering jewellery with gold since ages. They use multiple layers starting with a choker to neck pieces of different lengths as desired.
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#5. Use delicate layers, and don't go overboard with oversized pieces.
#6. Don't use many colours. Stick to one or two colours only, no matter how tempting many layers of colours look.
#7. Decide on a colour scheme that matches with your lehenga. For instance if you have an pink blouse, you can opt for gold layers of jewellery with pink stones in it that would highlight your entire look.
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#8. An important aspect to remember is that the longest layer of your jewellery should not be below your naval. It looks shabby and no bride would want that!
Finally, as a last tip don't overdo layers. If you get confused, as a simple rule use a choker and a long raani haar and add two or three delicate strands in between these layers.
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