August 10, 2020
The term “antique” is used to describe jewellery with ancient charm and design. They are rustic, nostalgic with time-worn looks, and state-of-the-art craftsmanship. Antique jewellery takes inspiration from vintage designs, royal lineage, and religious beliefs of Indians. Antique jewellery making was earlier a legacy art which only a few people or families could execute to perfection. Later, as its popularity soared, various version of it started doing the rounds. Now, Antique jewellery is getting more and more popular among the modern-day woman who values the legacy and finds herself inclined towards timeless classic numbers more than ever.Therefore, here are four ways you can blend antique pieces of jewellery with modern-ethnic fashion.
Antique jewellery is mostly worn on functions or festivals for it adds to the richness and typicalness of an Indian festive look. Therefore go for minakari necklaces or jadau necklaces with lehengas or sarees. If you are not a fan of sparkles, opt silver-toned pieces with dark and bold-hued traditional clothing. Rose-gold would also do!
For a simpler yet statement ethnic look, you can turn to floral designs, bold motifs for salwar kameez, or a contemporary saree. Maybe choose a full wrist bracelet and a floral dangling earring.This shall add a bit of glam to your contemporary look. However, if you want a sophisticated yet gorgeous finesse stay away from flashy and blingy earring.
Those of you who like a little bling in your traditional jewellery - team up your traditional attire with embellished, stone studded pieces of jewellery which could enhance the richness of your outfit while adding a whole new gorgeous dimension to the ensemble.
Gold lovers could create an authentic antique look with solid or chunky pieces of jewellery enhanced with a slight addition of white pearls or colorful stones. All gold-toned jewellery with a dark red or maroon lehenga is known as a vintage combination loved by women of all ages.
Temple-inspired jewellery is most loved by all Indian women. In fact, it is considered to be auspicious to wear jewellery inspired by certain gods and goddesses. A statement temple jewellery piece paired with a silk saree is the go-to look for many south Indians.
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