“Indian women and jewellery – the terms are linked inherently.”
Traditional jewellery is that important element of a woman’s look that not only enhances her couture but also her splendour. An ethnic look is incomplete without the right piece of jewellery.
Made up of various stones or metals such as kundan, jadau, polki, gold, silver, and diamonds, Indian jewellery is no more restricted to wedding trousseau but also gaining mainstream for red carpet appearances, fashion shows. And not just with saris and lehengas, but traditional jewellery pieces now can also be worn with fashionable gowns and the high-end costumes.
Emeralds, garnets, rubies, corals, sapphires, are amongst the stones which enhance gold and silver jewellery.
Our b-town is also not untouched with this upgrading trend. Recently, the epitome of style and class, Sonam Kapoor was sported in gold, CZ, Kundan jewellery, polki and jadau jewellery.
The actress says, “When I was going through the look test, I thought my mom’s collection would just be perfect. My mom has loads of pearls and vintage jewellery in her collection which I feel is apt for the look .”
Sonam in her film donned maangtika in almost every look along with heavy necklaces and gorgeous jhumkas.
The Salman-Sonam starrer movie Prem Ratan Dhan Payo has been shot in Rajasthan. Thereby, the movie revolves around a regal family. Taking this into account, since Rajasthani jewellery is used in the so as to give exceptionally majestic Rajasthani appeal.
The cuts, hues and gems are all in ideal sync with the diva’s character in the movie, Princess Maithili, and her regal taste. From jadau to borlas, Sonam is wearing exquisite pieces in the film.
Didn’t the diva leave you completely awe-struck with her royal avatar? We are totally!
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