Two Indian necklace trend not to be missed this festive season
I know TWO doesn’t sound a good enough representation of anything but believe us there are usually two or three trends that multiple into variations that we see around. These two trends are from the runway worldwide. You surely must have come across them in contemporary dressing so here is our variation of the trend in the Indian context, the two traditional Indian necklaces that you need this season.
The Traditional Choker
This season the choker has made a comeback. It was always present in festive Indian jewelry yet this season its importance cannot be emphasized enough. Just look around, you’ll see them everywhere paired with high neck blouses, plunging necklines, off shoulder tops, you name it and the choker is there. A choker works the best even beautifully on a long, thin necks. The longer and slender your neck, the wider and elaborate the choker you can wear. If you have a short or wide neck , choose a choker that is thin and simple or a collar necklace that simply starts from the base of the throat. So all things considered, choose a choker that best flatters you and your wardrobe.
Read more on how to choose the correct neckpiece that suits you the most here
The Multi layer/strand/string necklace
This seasons look has borrowed heavily from the opulent and sophisticated dressing by the bygone Indian royalty. Multi-strand necklaces studded with stones and pearls were abound on the runway, with Sabyasachi paving the way for strong jewelry trend direction with his stunning jewelry line.The Multi layer/strand/string necklaces can fill out any look and instantly add a touch of grandeur to the outfit. Choose from Kundan, pearls to semi-precious stones. Pearls and semi-precious stone strands are sophisticated and can lend grace and charm of the yester years. Kundan is excellent for creating dramatic and brilliant visuals for festival and wedding.