What's hot this season in Indian jewelry and what pieces are must-haves for your collection? Check out our blog on jewelry trends in 2018. This year, people will see a lot more of flora, fauna, colors which will be an aesthetic combination of glamour, beauty and nature. From trendy pair of over sized earrings, multi layered necklaces to antique and pearl collection, women are demanding more distinct and statement pieces. Let's see some of the Indian jewelry trends that will rule this year.
This type of necklace usually has more than two layers which provide the wearer a royal look. Multi-layer necklaces are crafted in plain gold, temple jewelry and uncut diamonds. Finish your look with layered necklaces from our newest collection-
Oversized bejeweled hoop, long ear drop earrings, chandbalis and chunky jhumkas that have colored or gemstones stones are totally hot this year. These eye catching earrings can be found in many details, styles and designs. Also, they go perfectly with gowns, dresses, jeans or sarees and other ethnic wear.
Chokers are heart of Indian traditional jewelry. This year, the choker necklaces have become very popular for bridal jewelry. Brides are now looking for a distinct statement piece, and heavy choker necklaces seem to be the perfect match with their royal and elegant look. View our collection of 22k gold and diamond choker necklaces- From contemporary to classic, from traditional to fashionable all under one roof.
Pearls are something that never go out of style. This season women are opting for pearls because of their timeless elegance. We can see an increase in use of pearls in authentic Temple jewelry, Uncut Diamond necklaces, earrings, pendants, rings and more.
Ask any die hard south Indian as to what the hottest jewelry trend in 2018 is and most of them will say temple jewelry with an antique finish. Temple jewelry is chunky and primarily made of 22K gold, with precious stones in red and green. Many of them feature large motifs of Lakshmi goddess and other Hindu gods and these tend to be intricate pieces with high carving and handiwork taking days of labor. They look regal when paired with Kanjeevaram sarees and other ethnic wear.