With the wedding season in full swing, traditional jewelry trends for this remain classic and true to culture, tradition and craftsmanship.
From golds to a burst of colors and pastels, the traditional jewelry trends for this year are aligned to emotions and self-expression.
So we’re sharing the 4 traditional jewelry trends for the wedding season of 2022 in the SiddySays Wedding Series.
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If there’s one traditional jewelry trend that has been here for decades and has an irresistible charm, that’s Meenakari jewelry for it’s timelessness with designs from earrings and maang tikkas to enameled collars, chokers and oh so gorgeous pastel Meenakari necklaces
Meenakari is the art of enameling which was originally used as a way of adorning and decorating Mughal palaces. It was only later that Meenakari was used to create vibrant jewelry pieces. With unmatched patterns and intricate designing.
You can wear in bright popping colors to beautiful pastel hues.
The Nauratan jewelry style adds royalty and grace to your look and was a part of the culture and heritage of the Kings and Queens of Hyderabad and held a symbolic meaning such as wealth, health and status. Nau meaning 9 were gem stones that had astrological and mythical meanings.
However, today, brides adorn this jewelry style as it adds an old-world charm and class to their look.
Among traditional Indian jewellery, Kundan has remained popular for its beauty and intricacy and dates back to Rajput and Mughar era. The word ‘kundan’ implies highly refined gold and the jewelry gets its name because of the skilled craftsmanship of encasing glass or gemstones in a base of gold. It is said to have originated in the royal courts of Rajasthan and further flourished under the royal patronage of the Mughal era
You will find Kundan infused with colored stones to give a more deeper and royal look from maang tikka’s to matha pati’s, earrings, naulakha’s and bridal sets.
COLORED GEM STONE JEWELRY
From pearls to opals, emeralds to aquamarine and sapphires, colored stone jewelry comes in fine and heritage jewelry styles in intricate and gaudy designs that make them “statement pieces”.