New Delhi, June 14 (IANS) Classy and elegant jewellery definitely defines a woman’s persona and style. Designer neckpieces well-matched with dazzling earrings and bracelets not only enhance looks but also help make a statement.
So get ready to fill your jewellery box with latest collection offered by the leading brands, Dream Tangle by Vikas Chain & Jewellery and Amaris by Prerna Rajpal.
You can choose from elegant neckpieces beautifully studded with precious and semi-precious stones like diamond, ruby, emerald, pearl teamed with danglers and bracelets in varied shapes, colours and designs.
One can also opt for platinum jewellery, wide-range of solitaire and variety of uncut diamonds like kundan and polki.
“Nowadays women are bored of round shape diamonds. They go for shapes like Marquise, heart shapes, ovals, peas and princess cuts. Also, gold neckpieces designed using uncut diamonds are back in trend,” said Sulish Verma, owner, Vikas Chain & Jewellery.
He added: “Women today look for classy and sleek jewellery instead of big and heavy-weight pieces. Modern-day brides also go for light-weight necklaces and earrings considering the hot weather.”
Prerna’s collection comprises a mix of traditional and contemporary designs targeting modern women.
She feels various new trends and concepts are emerging in the world of jewellery and people are going for a mix of contemporary and traditional patterns and cuts.
“Use of coloured and fancy shaped diamonds, concepts such as changeable stones, unusual stone settings, fusion of polki and diamonds, lacquer work, and detachable pieces are being increasingly used,” said Prerna.
She added: “At the same time there’s a shift towards wearable and more classic pieces like fusion of yellow and rose gold is gaining dominance.”
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