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Friday, 8 February 2019

For This Wedding Season, 10 Tips For Buying Jewellery.




Jewellery makes a woman complete and forms an integral part of a bride’s getup to give an exquisite look to her personality on the biggest day of her life. Undoubtedly, bridal jewellery adds glam to the bride’s aura and forms a significant part of her wedding .


Every bride dreams of looking like a princess on her marriage ceremony and jewellery makes that dream come true by giving an amazing affect to her personality. In fact, every bride should desires to wear jewellery with a unique touch which makes her look different and also goes well with her look and over all getup.
Some other important things to keep in mind are to buy jewellery items only from trusted jewellry shops which also give proper certificate of the jewellery you buy. It’s important to do that if you think of selling your jewellery in future.So Let’s See 10 Tips For Buying Jewellery.
1.Matching neckline with necklace outline:
It is one of the important points to be considered while planning one’s jewellery, specially the necklace. If the necklace silhouette is not in accordance with the neckline, the beauty of the dress as well as the exquisiteness of the necklace both will be marred.



2. Buy Detachable Heavy Jewellry Pieces:
The jewellry pieces made for weddings are generally so heavy that they are rarely used after one’s wedding ceremony. For this, the best option is to opt for such heavy jewellery pieces which can be detached later. Keeping in view the rising demand for such items, such pieces are readily available in the shops especially for necklace pieces and earrings.
3. Earrings should match the Hair style:
Before buying the matching set of necklace and earrings, one must keep in mind the hair style and visualize whether it would go with it or not. One can also try it beforehand to give a clear picture and order for alterations accordingly.
4. Match your jewellery according to your wedding occasion:
In a wedding occasion, there are many functions like mehandi ceremony, sangeet and fere. The bridal jewellery should be chosen accordingly and the heaviest ones should be kept for the main marriage ceremony.



5. Choose maang tikka’s size according to your forehead:
Maang tikkas are back in vogue and brides love to flaunt this beautiful jewellery piece on their wedding occasions. However, it must be chosen keeping in view the size of one’s forehead. A heavier and bigger maang tikka suits brides with larger foreheads and a small and delicate one goes well with brides having smaller foreheads.
6. Choose nose ring according to your personality:
The trend of wearing nath or nose ring during wedding ceremonies is not just limited to northern parts of India now, but is in vogue in all the corners of the country. Brides should choose nose rings according to the shape of their face to give that exquisite look to their personality.
7. Opt for designer bangles with precious stones:
Bangles entirely made of gold seem a bit too traditional nowadays so, it’s better to use gold bangles studded with diamonds which go with almost every kind of attire and give a gleaming look to one’s personality.
8. Choose light weight earrings which are heavy in look:
It is difficult to wear heavy weight earrings during the entire ceremony as it causes pain and even makes the piercing of ear bigger. For that, one must check the earrings beforehand to make sure it is comfortable for the occasion.



9. Use diamond studded gold jewelry:
Nowadays, mixed jewellry of gold and diamond is much in trend and it gives a good classic effect as well when made especially in heavy-set style for wedding occasions. It is a wonderful option which one can easily wear on other occasions as well to grab everyone’s attention.
10. Be comfortable:
Apart from considering these tips for choosing jewellry for one’s grand occasion, it is equally important to feel comfortable in what one wears. So, a thorough planning and careful selection should be done to make the bride feel fully comfortable during the occasion.




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