Indian Jewellery Trends To Follow
Festivities are yet to stay in India. Coming forth are Rakshabandhan and Janmashtami, so let’s take a look at some Indian Jewellery trends.
Eid has just been there, and now it’s time for Rakshabandhan, and even Janmashtami is yet to arrive! Besides, weddings after the pandemic, are not just a wave but tsunamis in themselves. In simpler terms, festivities are yet to stay in India, so why not look for some Indian Jewellery trends?
Instagram’s reels section was filled with videos on this one song by Aditya A, since March. Though the craze over this song is finally at its lowest, the actual ‘Chaand Baaliyan’ never go out of style. Be it an oxidized silver one or those that are golden, it is going to stay for a long time!
Take a look at Deepika Padukone’s Chaand Baaliyan:
Jhumkas are the rainforests of Indian Jewellery trends. There are several types of those available in the market. There are some crazily vibrant ones or even those that give off monochromatic vibes.
That is how Alia Bhatt donned Jhumkas on her big day:
Sheesh Pattis have always been there but now these have all of a sudden risen to popularity. Be it the bride’s heavy Sheesh Patti, that is exclusively bridal, or the lighter ones, donned by her sisters or friends, everyone is wearing it!
Sonam Kapoor styled Sheesh Patti in her own way:
Heavy Maang Tikkas
Heavy Maang Tikkas have been in trend for the last 2-3 years and it is presumed that they will stay there for a long time.
Take a look at Katrina’s look from a wedding ritual, where she is wearing a heavy Maang Tikka: