By Namrata Arora Last Updated:
Any bridal look is incomplete without traditional jewellery. With the rising levels of pollution and water shortage, summers are only getting hotter than ever. And for those brides who plan to get married in this scorching heat, dressing up can be quite a task. The heavily embellished wedding outfits along with the jewellery can make them bake during the ceremony.
So to help them keep it simple, cool and stunning, here are a few tips to put together the perfect summer wedding jewellery look.
Nowadays, hair jewellery has taken the bridal makeover industry by storm. Whether it is a simple polki maang tikka, a matha patti that covers the entire hairline on the forehead or a jhoomar, these accessories give the bride a look that is light, simple, subtle, classy and elegant.
Keeping it light and simple is the new trend. As it is, the wedding outfit that the bride wears is heavy and a gorgeously embellished piece of art. Why clutter the look by wearing heavy jewellery that will make you feel hot and stuffy as well? As mentioned earlier, a simple maang tikka, a big diamond nose stud or a nose ring attached to the ear with a delicate gold string, clubbed with heavy jhumkas to match the outfit will do the job just right.
Did you know that wearing sleek and slender neck pieces makes your neck look slimmer, longer and more defined? Yes, it absolutely does! So instead of wearing long and heavy necklaces, sometimes 5-6 layers of them, just go for elegantly crafted chokers made out of diamonds, coloured stones or polki; whichever suits your outfit the best.
For the north Indian brides, chooda takes care of the major part of accessorising the hands. For the rest, don’t compromise on the numbers here. A bride looks best with plenty of bangles on her wrist. You can mix and match with the colours of your dress, wear kadas in the beginning. But if you aren’t a fan of bangles, wear big gold/diamond bracelets or kadas along with delicate haathphools on both hands. And instead of the usual gold rings, wear big and bold statement rings, one in each hand to complete your look.
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A few toe rings and a beautiful anklet or payal; that is all you need to glam up your feet for the wedding day. Don’t you want people to go ‘’wow’’ every time you lift up that lehenga to climb a stair or enter the mandap?
If you are wearing a choli or blouse that shows off your waist and its curves, then accessorise it with a gorgeous kamarband to enhance the beauty even more. You can wear a beautiful big red bindi if you have a wide forehead, and keep the makeup subtle yet sharp.
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Having said all this, every girl has a different body type, skin type, posture and personal style. Something that suits you might not suit somebody else and vice versa. So dress up keeping in mind your own personal style and what all you can carry off easily, and rock the look like no one else!