Indian Jewellery Fashion Trends for 2021
Posted on December 23 2020
2021 is just around the corner and with New Year comes new fashion trends. Indian Jewellery is one of the adornments that completes the whole look and the jewellery industry is all about experimenting with different types of jewellery. When there is a diverse range in Indian Jewellery, it’s hard to pick out the perfect jewellery type for a specific occasion. Worry not, this guide will help you in solving jewellery dilemma while keeping you line in the trend.
If you’re a jewellery fanatic who loves to follow the latest jewellery trends, we’ve picked out some of the popular jewellery collections that will make it to 2021.
Whether you’re going for a casual look or you want to spice up your wedding attire, you can’t go wrong with Jhumkas. From delicate dangling jhumkas to Kundan style multi-jhumkas, they can easily compliment your ethnic outfits. If you’re wearing a kurti, pair it up with the modern style jhumkas that aren’t only light-weight but tops off the look.
If you’re into bohemian style jewellery, Meenakari jewellery never goes out of style. The colorful multi jhumkas will make sure that all eyes are on you.
For a minimalistic look, go with silver hoop earrings that will unleash the stylish fashionista in you.
Chokers are the best way to compliment your neck if you’re wearing a saari or traditional wear. No matter how subtle your dressing is, your choker can be the highlight of your dress. You can either go the antique pearl choker or stone studded choker depending upon the occasion. Gold and silver kundan chokers will always be the go-to jewellery for Asian wedding ceremonies.
Looking for rings that goes with every outfit? Get your hands on these intriguing rings that are a beautiful combination of Kundan and Meenakari. They are a delight to see and looks minimal yet attractive on your hand. The ring can easily be adjusted according to your size and is absolutely light-weight.
The round rings having geometric designs is still a popular fashion statement that isn’t going to get outdated any time soon.
The hathpool bracelet is an exquisite piece of ornament that adds bling to your outfit. Whether you’re wearing a formal dress or you want to look sassy in your funky casual outfit, complete the entire look with embellished gold pieces of bracelets that really catches the eye. You can wear it alone without looking extra.
Indian weddings are all about rocking Indian headpieces such as maathapattis. The maathapatti has a central tikka that is connected with the chain. Heavy wedding dresses and lehangas look incomplete without them. You can go for elegant Kundan pieces if you don’t want something heavy dangling on top of your head. They are perfect for wedding occasions.
Single silver/gold Tikka jewellery can also look absolutely breathtaking and gives your head a definition.