Wedding Jewellery Sneak Peek – Here’s everything you MUST See from Malabar Gold & Diamond’s latest Collection!
Getting married but not sorted out your Wedding Jewelry yet? Malabar Gold & Diamond’s latest collection is all about contemporary yet evergreen beauties that every bride-to-be will fall in love with!
Yes we know, you’re busy shopping, window shopping, browsing and “Pinning” wedding trends online. But buying your wedding jewellery is NOT a piece of cake! No matter which regional or cultural threads define your style, there’s something or another other in Malabar Gold & Diamond’s wedding collection that will make you go gaga.
Here we take you through their super gorgeous wedding jewellery collection to make your job easier – look now, go wow, choose and go shop!
Wedding Jewellery – Pairing Pretty Pastels!
Pastels are ruling bridal fashion, and there’s no denying it! Problem is, nobody really knows what kind of wedding jewellery to pair pastels with.
Till of course, we laid our eyes on Malabar Gold and Diamond’s stunning wedding jewellery collection that looks soooooo perfect with almost everything you can think of…
Who says you can’t be a glamorous Punjabi bride without looking OTT! Wear an understated gold set with pastel meenakari work on it. We bet your clinking kalire aren’t the only ‘golden beauties’ that’ll keep your friends gushing…
Love the heritage charm of uncut diamonds, aka ‘Polki’? Then you’re sure to fall for these gracefully designed bridal necklaces, maangtikas, nose rings and earrings!
Not every South Indian bride wears a red, green or a gold sari… and not every South Indian bride wears bright gold jewellery!
If you and your clan prefer the pastel plan, opt for this stunning South Indian diamond jewellery set complete with layered necklaces, kamarbandh, baajuband et al!
Looking for delicate pieces that’ll double the charm of your cocktail party outfit or grace your destination wedding drapes? These ethereal diamond necklaces, bracelets and rings are just what you need!
You’re a bride-to-be who’s going all mint and gold but really can’t figure out what’ll work best with your pretty sharara gararas? We’ll say, layer it on!
These intricate antique finish sets – a choker, a long mala with hints of colour, lots of beads and pearls ooze magical Mughal charm like never before.
Whether yours is a summer wedding that demands a soothing colour palette, or a destination wedding where pastels look fabulous on every hatke outfit you flaunt – isn’t there’s something for everyone here!
For most of us, our wedding day is all about turning traditional, isn’t it!
Everyday, we work and lounge around in our jeans and indo-westerns. But when it comes to getting married, nothing but good old traditional sarees and lehengas in the richest of fabrics and most festive colours work best!
Oh, but how do you pair it with the right kind of wedding jewellery that looks picture perfect, without going overboard? Here’s our answer with hand-picked Malabar Gold & Diamond pieces.
Choose nothing but pure gold to bring out the beauty of your rich Paithani silk sari. A pretty Marathi mulgi nathni, a stack of gold and coloured bangles and oversized rings are all the statement pieces you need.
And when you’re going traditional with silk, nothing works better than glorious ancient style gold temple jewellery with layers of big and small necklaces, beautiful jhumkas and bajubandh to complete your look.
Don’t forget how waistbands, belts and kamarbandhs are all the rage this wedding season – so strap on one and show off your waistline in the most graceful way ever!
Doesn’t the delicate princess style multi-layered mangtikka and super gorgeous all gold kamarbandh lend the ultimate ‘bridal’ touch to this Tamil beauty!
Wedding Whites and Ivories!
Ivory or white with a touch of traditional red, gold and even green is what makes for real bridal finery for some brides.
Who can say no to the beauty of the versatile Gujarati Panetar or Gharchola.
Pair it with intricate gold and kundan wedding jewellery and you’ve nailed your classic bride look perfectly.
Or if you’re a Telugu bride thinking of what to wear with your beautiful Talambralu sari, here’s your answer! Doesn’t the ornate karigari and use of colored stones on this silver finish temple jewellery set look divine when paired with your evergreen sari.
And even if you’re opting for a designer lehenga in ivory for your big day, (simply because you can’t go with anymore reds, greens and pinks) you can imagine how gorgeous this choker and waistband will look with it!
If you’re a Christian bride ready to say “I Do” in a pristine white gown, nothing but a dazzling diamond necklace and tiara set by Malabar Gold & Diamond does justice to your look.
Weren’t these some of the most gorgeous and glamorous wedding jewellery pieces that you’ve seen lately! We’re sure you’d love to wear them on your special day… and again, and again and again!