Attending a wedding function? Add some colours to your jewellery collection with these trendy shades

If you currently have a series of wedding functions to attend, then jazz up your jewellery collection to complete your overall look. Tejas Nagda, CEO, Operations & Marketing of Antara Jewellery, gives ideas about the trendy shades to make your jewellery collection more vibrant.
Attending a wedding function? Add some colours to your jewellery collection with these trendy shades
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Are you going to attend a wedding function? Then it’s time to add some colours to your jewellery collection to nail your wedding function look. These are some trendy shades which you can consider before buying jewellery for a wedding. Tejas Nagda, CEO, Operations & Marketing of Antara Jewellery, talks about the trendy shades to make your jewellery collection vibrant.

Blue Sapphire

The Blue Sapphire immediately brings to mind a stunning blue coloured gemstone or the bright colour of the sea. For centuries, this eternal gemstone has been a symbol of youth, hope and fidelity. Blue Sapphire-studded earrings speckled with uncut diamond have the ability to amalgamate with shades like white, black or pink, adding colour to your jewellery game. If you wish to keep the look minimal yet attractive, you can consider wearing small sapphire studs.

Green gemstone jewellery

When it comes to jewellery, green is certainly an off-beat shade to consider but this omnipresent colour will make for a good investment. Although choosing green gems like emerald and quartz takes extra effort, their stunning shade and rarity make them particularly prized stones. Chokers in hues of emerald green make a versatile style statement. Green sapphire raani haars, emerald nath, maang tikkas, mathapattis and passas will enhance your overall look.

Play with subtler tones

Gold might be the preferred choice for some, but those who wish to take the less-is-more-route can opt for subtle analogous shades, where you can group coloured gems and diamonds to create a more harmonious yet striking effect. Subtly coloured stones can express the wearers personality. Whimsical designs embracing stones of all hues like light pink, tanzanite, tourmaline and aquamarine offer a larger canvas for subtlety.

Nature-inspired dramatic hues

If you wish to take a break from sober gems, you can consider embracing bold, bright hues that are inspired by nature. Shades inspired by the flora or rainbows make for playful designs. For instance, diamonds and vibrant gems in cut angular stones and delicately paved amongst gleaming blue petals or shaded sapphires draped around gold wavy stems are great ways to add some colour to your jewellery. Ombre effects and wonderfully clashing colours can sum up in an extraordinary jewellery piece as well.

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