Weddings are happening non-stop and after every lil while we all start looking for something new, something different. Bid adieu to the trends of the yester years as 2018 has come with its own stash of trends. We have found for you’re the perfect quirky accessories to quirk up your looks even more. It’s impossible to not to fall in love with the enamel jewelry!
This year Mrinalini Chandra label should be your go-to when you think about fun and off-beat accessories. Have a look:
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Who could have ever thought of incorporating chairs in jewelry? Well someone finally did and the results are ooh-so-good. Available as earrings and ear cuffs, all the designs are amazing.
Danglers and girls have a love-hate relationship. All we girls love danglers yet hate how monotonous their designs have gotten. But these new babies are different. From asymmetrical to round to curvy, so many designs to choose from. These new additions to the regular danglers are sure to steal your heart and zest up your look.
The designer took inspiration from Egypt and gave us these masterpieces. Chunky and funky earrings and hair accessories inspired from Egypt will make you look off-beat like nothing can!
We saved the ‘best’ for the last. Gota and floral jewelry were a thing of 2017, this year’s muse is enamel jewelry. These gorgeous sets include a neckpiece, earrings, maatha patti and haath phool. Elegant and classy are the way to define them and the variety of colors is huge. These designs belong to the Guland and Gulmohar collection are sure to make heads turn.
We have a something for all the quirkiest of the quirky brides. This ace designer made the most off-beat kalire that I’ve spotted till now. Enamel flowers hanging to form these huge kalire, to be carried with utmost confidence and grace will definitely help you set some bridal goals!
This was a start to the jewelry trends of 2018 and we’ll keep bringing you all the latest and classiest trends throughout the year. For further queries or to get styled reach us at STYL-INC.
Jewelry by: Mrinalini Chandra, Artisan Atelier
Cover picture: Morvi images
Keep’in it Styl-ish,