The wedding bells have rung again and it’s time for all the girls and ladies, especially the brides in the house to ensemble their look that is up to style and fashion. Well, to may this task seems tedious as you have to select your favorite one from many options. No doubt it is a difficult task but the step after that is much more confusing as you need to match your jewellery and lehenga. It is a step that could make or break your look.
How to Match Your Jewellery and Lehenga
For every bride selects her dress with utmost care to look princess perfect on her D-day, and you don’t want to make a mistake or mess it up. You definitely don’t want to go wrong. So, to help you all to complete your amazing look into perfection, here are some best ways to match your jewellery and lehenga. My focus as you would have noticed by now is lehenga but you can obviously use these tips to match your jewellery with your outfit.
Before we move on, it is essential to visualize the look that you are opting for. This step is important as it is after this one step that you can move forward to finalizing your outfit and jewellery.
Outfit Or Jewellery
This is one problem that is faced by many brides, what to but first bridal outfit or bridal jewellery. Our designers believe that it is your jewellery that you should decide first and then go for your lehenga. The reason being that your jewellery makes for a much larger investment so choose the best suitable. Your outfit can be matched or stitched accordingly.
Neckline and Lehenga
The important thing that you must remember before buying jewellery is the neckline of your blouse. Then you would easily know which kind of jewellery would match your lehenga.
If you have a deep neckline you can opt for a choker or a neckpiece close to your neck. To this, you can add a rani haar. Further, your look comes out best when the shape of your jewellery is same as your neckline.
In addition, the work of your jewellery should match the work of your lehenga.
There is a huge misconception that you cannot contrast with colors. Nobody said if you are wearing a red lehenga you have to rubies only. In fact, you will find that contrasting the color of your jewellery with your lehenga results in a very graceful and a beautiful look. You can always opt for the same color but a darker shade of the color in your jewellery.
Another tip to match your jewellery and lehenga is one that you can take while buying it. Just tell the shopkeeper to not put in beads. When you have bought your lehenga then, tell the jeweler to put in the beads of the same color to your lehenga or the best contrasting ones.
Who Said Diamonds Go With Modern?
While buying your jewellery for a traditional outfit, it is obvious that diamonds will not be your first option as it will not go well with your outfit. Well, it is a very wrong perception. Diamonds go really well with traditional wear and will add grace along with grandeur to your entire look.
When I say layer, I do not mean to pick a huge set. It may look tacky. Instead, go for a small piece along with one with a longer chain. You can even opt for a choker along with two chain differing in their sizes.
Who said gold and silver cannot go together. If you have both gold and silver work on your lehenga, then you can always go for a piece that is a beautiful mix of both these colors.
Break The Code
I have told earlier that you can use the contrast method to match your jewellery and lehenga. Not always, you can go for a crystal clear white pearl set. It goes really well with a completely red lehenga and trust me you will look gorgeous.
Go For Golden
If you are still confused between many options, the safest way around is to go for gold. If you are opting for an outfit which is a blend of many colors, then also the aptest choice would be gold as it does not dilute the other colors and increases the beauty.
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Jewellery enhances your complete look and becomes one of the most important parts of your trousseau. Hence, you need to take special care of what kind of jewellery would you opt for to elevate your look and slay on your D-day.