Jewelled trends at Vogue Wedding Show 2015

The biggest conversation starter in the Delhi circle last weekend was the grand success of this year’s Vogue Wedding Show. In its third edition, the grandest annual wedding show of the year saw the best of the Delhi’s audience flocking from booth to booth trying to get their hands on the fineries before they got sold out. The exclusive exhibitor’s list included some of the most high profiled bridal and couture wear of India like Tarun Tahiliani, Sabyasachi, Manish Malhotra, Ritu Kumar along with exclusive wedding services like locations, wedding planners, invitations and more.

Vogue Wedding Show 7-9 August, 2015
Vogue Wedding Show 7-9 August, 2015

But amongst all this, the eye-catcher was the line up of the finest jewellers from all over the country gathered under one roof showcasing jewellery from contemporary to classic and from bridal to vintage. A visit to all was good enough for one to know the biggest of the bejewelled trends sweeping the jewellery industry.

Sharing the top ten jewellery trends spotted at the Vogue Wedding Show this year…

1.With so much attraction on the hands lately hand ornaments like traditional hathphool at Amrapali, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas and PC Jewellers for Forevermark, contemporary hand cuffs and palm cuffs at Anmol jewellers were a major hit amongst to brides-to-be.

2. Gone are the days of cocktail rings, multi finger rings are here to stay. From Anmol jewellers to Hazoorilal Legacy at South Extension, one could spot a variety of multi finger rings.

Top Open ring by Anmol jewellers with one pear shaped colourless diamond and a cushion shaped yellow diamond
Top Open ring by Anmol jewellers with one pear shaped colourless diamond and a cushion shaped yellow diamond

3. Two solitaire on a single ring, a white and a yellow, a top open ring at Anmol jewellers

4. Most fascinating elaborate ear ornaments- jhumkis, ear climbers, ear cum hair ornaments, spotted at Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas jewellers from their latest launch Adaa collection.

5. Most exquisite creations from Anmol jewellers and Diacolor featuring innocent animals and birds like Peacocks, Panda and Elephant.

6. A new product in the market, playful and colourful wrist bands with a single diamond from Diacolor.

7. Amrapali has taken carved gemstones a notch ahead by integrating the lotus petal from their logo into jewellery at specially carved rubies.

8. Sunita Shekhawat, the enamel specialist in traditional jewellery, offers fresh colours in enamel like pale blue, pale green, dark and light green combinations, deep blue, pastel pinks and many more.

9. Classic diamond and coloured gemstone jewellery to last a lifetime and pass generations at Anmol, Diacolor, House of Rose, Forevermark, Bharany’s and B N Jewels. Solitaires so big at Mehta & Sons, that they are not meant for the faint hearted.

10. Traditional jewellery, so grand that no bride-to-be can resist wearing them, from the jewellery masters like Amrapali, Tibarumals Jewellers, Bespoke Vintage Jewels, Hazoorilal Legacy South Extension, Hazoorilal by Sandeep Narang, House of Rose, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas, Sunita Shekhwat and Raj Mahtani.

Images Courtesy: Vogue India FB page

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