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Considered as the new gold, brass is climbing up the trending ladder in the world of jewellery. With the transitions in jewellery trends from precious jewellery to imitation and fashion jewellery, brass is gaining popularity, thanks to the never-ending struggle of coping up with the increasing gold prices. It has a luxuriously textured surface and showcases a hint of luxury when adorned in the form of jewellery.
You can never, ever go wrong with hoops. A pair of stylish hoops can light up any boring outfit, baggy tees or perfect Indian clothes! From Deepika Padukone To Alia Bhatt, everyone has been spotted with a pair of hoops on. The best part is that you can get them anywhere from your favourite local market like Sarojini and Causeway or an online store with ease.
Pearls haven’t lost their modernised lustre. This jewellery type has managed to bring in its old-world charm into the new age with style. Sonam Kapoor’s wedding outfit was beautifully complemented by the inclusion of delicate pearls in the jewellery pieces. A single pearl earring is the biggest one among the pearl trends, and it’s only getting bigger as more designers are flaunting them in their runway designs.
Many variations of bold links and statement chain pieces are ruling the runways. Its easy-to-notice aesthetic certainly inspired fashionistas’ recent fascination with the similar jewellery style. Sobhita Dhulipala was seen wearing a chunky woven chain with a monochrome saree and that was true #fashiongoals.
A vibrant dose of intense colour is what we all need after a lacklustre year. The 80s disco-themed neon bling is back and it has already made its way to the runways. And this fluorescent trend looks set to keep on glowing. Colours like dayglow pink, lime green, bright chartreuse, and blazing blue are making their way into fine jewellery as well.
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