The wedding season is on, which to some of us means seeing your dear cousins finally after making numerous plans and for others, wearing stunning ensembles and putting countless squad stories on Instagram – either way, we all have waited for it a good enough time. But with all of this wedding buzz and excitement comes the anticipation to dress your very best in every way possible, and whether you’re wearing a lehenga or the Anarkali or the indo-western outfit, there are a few essentials that every wedding attendee needs to have without a second thought. Here is where we come to the rescue – from the most iconic jhumkis, to opulent crystal earrings, to bewitching potlis, we have a list of the supreme knick-knacks to adorn your wedding looks.
Scroll it down for the hand-picked adornments that sure to add charm to your wedding couture.
Surabhi Didwania’s Carved Peacock Head Jhumkis
When we think of ethnic wear, jhumkis come across as a staple need in our closet and here we bring you the not-to-miss earrings of this season. Made from pure silver and gold plated, these jhumkis is what your ethnic closet needs; the meticulously carved peacock adds to the anatomy of your ensemble, be it’s of any colour or silhouette, these will pair up gracefully. We recommend wearing it with a lustrous silk saree for a minimalistic yet gorgeous look.
Hema Khasturi’s Meenakari Adjustable Choker
With Kundan embellishments and intricate meenakari work this Hema Khasturi choker is that light-weight yet appealing piece that will become your favourite necklace to go with outfits for which you were looking for a statement-making accessory – this adjustable choker is the one! It has a delicate teal colour which is sure to look lovely with your pastel-hued outfits. Pair this with a scoop neck Anarkali or any deep-neck silhouette to put your choker and collarbones in focus.
Aanchal Sayal’s The Ivory Oyester & Snow Lace Potli Bag
If you happen to be from the first family of the bride and groom, then probably you’d find yourself running errands all over the shaadi-venue, and to carry your touch-up necessities, you would need a bag of some sorts but of course, you don’t want to make that obvious. This Aanchal Sayal potli bag is what will come to your aid, in the most seamless way, with hand-crafted trinkets like the ivory pearls and the embroidered Resham, the bag will be your versatile ethnic accessory. Grab this when you want an eye-catching contrast piece with your ensemble.
Dyuti Bansal’s Silver Ombre Embellished Clutch
When we’re in the most glamorous of ethnic wear, we often tend to forget the little details that go into making your look from perfect to flawless, and this Dyuti Bansal clutch is the little accessory that will take you outfit to a whole new level. With monochrome ombre hues and gorgeous embellishments over satin lining, the clutch will complete your festive look. Hold on to this when wearing a bright-toned saree to bring out the most of this piece.
Tsara’s Rhodium Plated White And Baby Pink Cubic Zircons Earrings
If you’re someone who loves glittering jewels but the hassles of heavy long chains, not so much, then these Tsara earrings are what you’re looking for. Made with sterling silver and adorned with white and baby pink cubic zircons, these rhodium-plated studs are the completing elements to your minimalistic reception look. Wear these with a classic low bun to look ethereally retro.
Aster’s Silver Plated Faux Diamond Flower Ring
Wedding affairs mean long trips to the spas and salons, which means getting the finest pedicures and manicures, but if you adorn your beautiful hands with a statement ring, why did you even get a manicure? This intricate Aster ring will compliment your hand in the most graceful fashion – made with mixed plates and decorated with faux diamonds this silver-plated ring will compliment your prim and proper manicured nails to the fullest in every shimmering wedding outfit.
Figure out your outfit and shop these beautiful essentials to go along. You can do the vice-versa case also, we won’t mind!