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A 101 Guide To Use Your Bridal Jewellery After Your Wedding
We know how much a girl adores her jewellery and when it comes to her own wedding she wants nothing but the best. The right kind of accessory can easily make or break a look. A bride-to-be takes ages to find the right kind of jewellery for her wedding day but, after the wedding is over, what does one do with that heavy jewellery since it can’t be worn on a regular basis. There’s no point in stowing away that beautiful jewellery in your locker after you you’ve so much time and money on it. So, here are five uber-cool ways in which you can pair your wedding jewellery with regular outfits and make heads turn wherever you go.
1. Team It Up With A Dress
Wondering what to wear at your BFF’s sangeet ceremony? This might be an interesting way for you to give a contemporary touch to traditional clothing. Bridal chokers, princess size necklaces and heavy polki jewellery are all that’s trending these days, so why not make the most out of them. Team an ankle-length dress or a maxi dress with your bridal necklace, throw your hair up in a bun and you are good to go. Make sure to not go overboard, the focus of the look should be the necklace. You’ll not only enjoy the comfort of your easy breezy outfit, your stunning jewellery will turn so many heads.
2. For The Love Of Gowns
Sonam Kapoor once paired gold jhumkas with Ralph & Russo gown and if she can do it, it must be everything fashion! Pair the gold jhumkas you wore for your wedding with a dressy gown for your friend’s reception and you surely won’t be disappointed with the modish vibe it lends you.
3. Indo-Western Is The Way To Go
Remember those heavy bangles you lovingly bought for your wedding or the ones that your mother-in-law gave to you? Take them out and pair it with your Indo-Western outfits. Whether it be your kurti-jeans combo or your anarkali dresses, chunky bangles will complement any of these looks.
4. How About A Saree?
Naths look super stylish when teamed up carefully. From Sonam Kapoor to Vidya Balan, Bollywood divas have rocked this look several times. You can also adorn that intricate bridal nath during one of your saree outings and make a bold statement.
5. For A Boho Look
Try teaming your matha patti with a crop top or your regular long kurtis for the much in vogue boho look. This look might ask for a little more guts than the others but this one sure is a head turner. If you have what it takes to be a fashionista, rock this look and slay everyone is style.