The trend in jewellery for the year 2018 is about going all out. Whether its rings, earrings or necklaces, get your statement jewellery out of the closet and flaunt them all. With statement jewellery though, one needs to be a little careful about how they mix and match it, as overdoing it can end up making the wrong statement. Here, we show you how just one piece can simply brighten up the entire outfit by itself.
We’re all earrings
India is synonymous with statement earrings, be it chandeliers, jhunkis or chaand baalis. This is where you can bring out your heritage in full glory with vintage handcrafted gold jhumkis from our grandmother’s wardrobes to spice up your outfit. The advantage of wearing statement earrings is that they pair beautifully with both Indian and western outfits. If you opt for a more modern look you can pick a pair of classic gold button earrings that are in trend right now, thus playing with the geometric trend and also the statement trend very cleverly. Wear your hair up in a funky style and you’re good to go!
Creating a bold statement with a necklace can be a little tricky, as the important thing to consider here is the neckline you are wearing. A deep neck, or princess cut neck can be enhanced with a statement choker that shows off your collarbones. Likewise, if you wear a high necked op, or a traditional kurta, a longer statement gold necklace with a heavy pendant will do the trick for your outfit. If you want to experiment with your look, try layering two different types of necklaces. This works beautifully with a sari at a traditional event, giving you the bold statement look that ensures all eyes on you.
Put a ring on it
One of the most favourite types of statement jewellery is rings. This comes as no surprise, because rings are the easiest to jazz up an outfit and don’t require too much detailing. A classic kundan-work cocktail ring, or a polki diamond ring can take your outfit from day to night with great ease. Another very interesting trend in statement rings is the chain set of rings, that covers your hand with a bracelet attached, giving you a very Mughal era feel when you wear it.
Indian jewellery is naturally made to make a statement, and thus it is so very easy to pull out all your heritage jewellery this season. Of course, new ornaments are always a wonderful addition to your trousseau, and at Krishna Jewellers, Pearls and Gems we have just the perfect piece of statement jewellery for you.