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Plain gold jewellery is passe. This season colour casts its spell on bridal jewellery wherein it synthesises subtle hues of different semi-precious stones in one set to give off a vibrant fresh beauty.
The D-day is around the corner and she wants to look her best. Well, of course the prettiest thing on a bride is her blushing smile but to adorn the rest of her is the solah singhaar that is one of the many things she is looking forward to. Well, the talk of the season for bridal jewellery is the ethnic and elegant colourful jewellery that embellishes the bride to look like a queen on her big day.
New trends in artistic jewellery are still occurring today as a result of very definite cultural influences and movements, as well as through changes in our social lives. Jewellery also changes according to the times, just like the changes that have taken place in the modern period in architecture, literature, painting, sculpture and furniture design.
Gold's timeless appeal transcends the fashions of the moment. Yet fashion-oriented gold jewellery has also developed into an important segment within the jewellery industry. In recent years, white gold has been the pre-eminent colour, but yellow and other hues, such as pink gold, have their own appeal. According to fashion jewellery designers, plain gold jewellery is passe. For those seeking to dress up in style, plain gold can get a trifle boring. After all, there are not many variations in colour and the look is, well, predictable. Teaming it up with colourful designs or elegant carvings is in. When you think of colourful gold jewellery, think vibrant, vivid, luminous hues that shimmer with brilliance. This season colour casts its spell on bridal jewellery in yet another way wherein it synthesises subtle hues of different semi-precious stones in one set to give off a vibrant fresh beauty. From imitation to original, colour is over-ruling all rules of beauty. If it's not single colour jewellery with semi-precious stones like rubies, sapphires or amethysts, it is the blooming meenakari jewellery that is becoming more popular as the taste of bridal jewellery this season. The pinks, blues and oranges in small measures amalgamate to make a look fresher than flowers. And, if nothing appeals to the bride-to-be then there is always the traditional and safe non-studded yellow gold 22-karat sets that will never go out of fashion.
Tips for shopping (bridal jewellery)Keep the jewellery purchasing to the beginning of the month as new stocks and fresher designs come in then.
It's easier to buy jewellery of-the-shelf but if there's nothing on the shelf to satisfy you completely, get it custom-made. But remember better brands take about a month to fashion your bridal custom order so plan ahead.
Match the jewellery to yourself rather than your bridal outfit.
Lastly, it is important to be in vogue but what will always be in is you. Never compromise on
Caring for your coloured gemstone jewellery
- Apply perfumes, colognes and toiletries before wearing your jewellery.
- Wipe your precious stone jewellery with a clean, soft damp cloth after wearing. This little habit will ensure that your jewellery is always looking its best.
- When your gemstone jewellery is not being worn, storage in a soft pouch is recommended.
- There are some things to avoid. Salt water and harsh chemicals such as chlorine bleach or detergents can cause damage. The chemicals erode the finish and polish of the gems leaving them dull. Hairspray, perfume and perspiration can also cause dullness if not regularly cleaned off.
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