New Colours In Jewellery We Spotted Recently (Not Green Or Red!)
BY Apoorva | 28 Jun, 2019 | 8746 views | 3 min read
Bridal jewellery has evolved from being set in just gold or diamonds. Every season, we see new colours coming up in bridal jewellery- whether it is real or imitation ones. Greens and reds have ruled the roost for years now given that bridal lehengas were confined to set colours. But with brides experimenting with bridal lehenga colours, the doors for bridal jewellery have opened. Here are the new colours that we spotted brides sporting this wedding season!
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Multi Coloured Beauties
Why opt for one colour with you have the entire colour wheel to play with? These gorgeous multi-coloured beauties can be donned on any coloured making their re-usability factor very high! Plus you don’t have to confine yourself to a certain colour palette when it comes to picking your lehenga.
Purple is another colour that has emerged as a winner in bridal jewellery. Not only does it bring a unique look to the jewellery but also to the entire bridal look. Since its a colour that has a variety of shades, you can pick your variant depending on how you want to style your look or even your lehenga colour.
Powder Blue Enamel Love
After powder blue lehengas, its time for powder blue jewellery to have its time in the sun! These gorgeous enamel pieces in that pastel hue are a total hit with the brides. If you are someone who loves light shades, this bridal jewellery colour is perfect for you!
Blue doesn’t just limit itself to stones. If you don’t like sapphires or any blue stones, you can opt for such pretty multi-stranded rani haars in any shade of blue. These lovely sky blue ones would so lovely against a millennial pink lehenga!
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Love a deeper hue for your bridal jewellery? Opt for the Indigo shade, which is steadily gaining popularity amongst brides. Not only does it go with the traditional green and red attires of brides, but also stands out in a crowd!
In Shades Of The Sea!
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These lovely turquoise pieces have our heart! They are just the right mix of pastels + deeper tones without being inclined to either sides. They are perfect for brides who are looking to don something out of the box without going the quirky way.