A-Z JEWELRY STYLES EVERY WOMAN MUST HAVE!

Indian Wedding Saree has launched its Imitation Jewelry line earlier this month which has made it the one-stop Bridal shopping online website. And not only brides; bride’s mom, bridesmaid, a housewife, a corporate woman, every lady can find her style here. This collection has wide range of Bangles, Necklace, Earrings, Pendant, Mangalsutra (Wedding necklace), Ring and Bracelet.

This blog will take you to discover a series of unconventional designs in jewelry that will touch the woman inside you and bet, you can’t stop from owing them. We will talk about 26 jewelry styles in Alphabetical order, from A to Z which, we think, are a must have for your jewelry box.

A: Art-Deco – The Art Deco period covers the early 1920s and extends till 1960s. Art Deco jewelry design is defined by geometric forms and bold colors.

B: Beads – Beads add a youthful touch to the traditional jewelry. This piece, for instance, has the touch of pearl, green and red beads which makes it look one of its kinds.C: Coin Style – If you are left blinded by the amount of bling on jewelry runways, this one is for you. The vintage look of less-bling Coin shape earrings. Smart and chic!D: Danglers – Walk with your head high. Let this style ‘almost’ touch your shoulders with the make the look overall quite stylish.E: Emerald – These green stone ooze the positivity and look great with neutral colors like ivory, black.F: Floral – The never dying floral trend is a hit in jewelry too. This is sure to add the feminine look to your personality.G: Geometrical – They are contemporary and are sure to make women around you conscious. Be a little more experimenting and carry this trend in both ethnic and western look.H: Hoops – They are sexy since early 70’s. Let the concentric circles do the talking for you!I: Ice – Let the cool sophistication of diamonds reflect the same in your star persona.J: Jhoomar – Jhoomar, a Hindi word, means Chandelier. They are for sure the old world glamor you have noticed in 60’s-90’s movies.  Wear them and you don’t need any other accessory to complete the look.K: Kairi (Paisley) – We’re going crazy for paisley. Leave alone clothes, they are very famous in jewelry designs as well.L: Layers – Aim for impact with multiple strands in a single necklace.M: Minimal – For the everyday simple, elegant look, wear the understated yet subtle rings.N: Navratna – The sacred nine gems of the Vedas will never fall out of taste, at least for those who love Indian culture. Get this necklace with similar touch of style.O: Oval – They can’t go unnoticed…the softly rounded shapes with beautiful detailing.

P: Pink – It is the universal color for feminism. Opt for holy Mangalsutra with Pink stone.Q: Quirky – The striking jewelry shapes that can make any boring dress look sexy!R: Retro – Going for a movie, great. Here is what you need. Retro style works well when you for any outing with friends, at a small festive gathering or even in your casual look.S: Studs – These go from simple to ornate with little detailing around them. So, if you have less time to think what to wear, these will save you.T: Tribal – Tap this trend with African jewelry style.U: Uncut – The power of rough diamonds has stood strong every time. They became more famous after the movie ‘Jodha Akbar’, where actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was seen in many uncut jewelry pieces.V: Valentine – Let the world know you are in love!W: Work Wear – Of course, at work you don’t want your colleagues to turn their heads at you and laugh at your heavy jewelry. Keep it light weighted and simple looking yet with most exclusive design.X: X-citing white – White has been a favorite color throughout 2013 runways. You can’t miss this color in your jewelry box.Y: Yes! – Solitaires which will make her say ‘Yes’ at once.Z: Zebra Colors – The Zebra colors – Black and White – are another must-have jewelry trend. Let the monochrome become your style statement.

*Click on the images to go o the website links of these jewelry pieces.

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