How To Get Ready For A Wedding So You Don’t Need Heavy Jewellery?

Equally dazzling!

Jewellery has played an imperative role in wedding fashion. And especially at a big fat Indian shaadi, jewellery definitely serves as an imperative medium to display your wealth and treasure. But with changing times and the ongoing summers, it can be a task to style these studded accessories. Besides styling them, the drill of packing them for a destination wedding is a tedious one. So, why not choose designs that give you the same effect?

Pearl And Bright

A royal way to style your necklines is to go for the trending pearls. Like actresses Kriti Sanon and Deepika Padukone, you can exchange jewellery with pearl-loaded blouses, and attachable capes. This reduces the struggle of layering jewellery, without comprising the look of it. The statement collars can be used in multiple other ways while curating both a traditional or fusion ethnic look.

Drizzling Gold

You can also skip the burden of styling heavy jewellery with handcrafted couture. Like content creator Dolly Singh, you can look out for embroidery pieces that resemble the effect of jewellery. From drizzling kat daana work to 3D embroidery, you can opt for dainty rhinestone details, with bejewelled jumpsuits or ballroom gowns in place. 


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Gold Blouses 

Give off the gold effect like this Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla blouse on Gigi Hadid. Doing the duties of elaborate accessories, Hadid’s bejewelled blouse in gold features intricate beadwork and golden sequin details with structured shoulders. Here, the idea is to give a simple Chikankari saree, a statement upgrade with a heavy blouse. Just add a pair of drop earrings and you’re good to attend any wedding. 

Covered In Kundan 

Another fabulous way of exchanging jewellery for outfits is to choose kundan-soaked cholis like content creator Masoom Minawala. Custom-made silhouette by designer duo Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla features embellished kundan trails, fixed alongside a heavy overlay of golden sequins. Styling it together, Minawala added a statement kundan maangtika, alongside a mermaid skirt in green. 

Also Read: Want To Skip Heavy Jewellery With Your Saree? Kriti Sanon In This Pearl Blouse Is The Inspiration You Need

Handcrafted Necklines 

Channelling the idea of a Maharani blouse, you can also skip heavy jewellery with embellished neckline designs like this Namrita Joshipura blouse on actress Surveen Chawla. As sported by the actress, the colour combination of black and silver, gives the look of diamond and pearl jewellery, without actually having to add a loaded stack. You can simply accessorise the statement neckline with ear cuffs and bangles, as per your liking.  

So, what’s your favourite?

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Jasveen Kaur Sawhney

Jasveen Kaur is a fashion writer, and pyjama hoarder, who loves watching interviews of all kinds, and checking her Pinterest mood board every hour!

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