Are you the bride who doesn’t like too much razzmatazz going on in the outfit, especially her jewellery? Someone who prefers clean cuts and simple designed ornaments. Here are some eternally beautiful brides showing us how to look sweet even in minimalistic jewellery. Take inspiration and stay gorgeous, always!
1. This Emerald Bijouterie
This bride matches her pristine peach-coloured outfit with an emerald-encased choker necklace and matching earrings. Though it’s simple and sweet, it stills leaves a mark on our minds. The trick is to choose contrasting jewellery to the outfit and yet stand out!
This bride chose to wear an elaborate lehenga and an ornate blouse but keep the jewellery minimal. The precious gold jhumkis and the simple necklace along with the pendant are just delightful to the eyes. The only striking piece is the maangtika and she still looks fabulous!
When choosing something for the mehendi, an extravagant headgear is completely fair. Keep the rest of the jewellery minimal and go for a fancy hairdo along with this head piece. It’s a good way to give a break to all the flowery stuff for this function.
...Like linear and structured designs. Choose a maangtika that has circular discs like this one. It not only speaks loudly, it is so unique, you wouldn’t need to worry about any other jewellery piece. Though the simple choker looks wonderful too!
Simple gold jewellery along with a layered pearl necklace as an add-on somehow completes the look, isn’t it? You could completely do away with the gold necklace and opt for a layered pearl necklace with a pretty pendant at the end. It’ll still look grand!
A thin choker along with average-sized earrings and maangtika seems like a great idea. This is the perfect choice for anyone who wants the attention to stay focussed on the outfit. The necklace resembles a simple bracelet and that is the beauty of it!
If you do choose to wear a polki necklace or a jadau set, pick a design that is as uncomplicated as this. It’s clean and stunning. It surely is for someone who likes to go for the schematic designs more than intricate ones.