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Style Notes! The Ultimate AJJ Bride/Bridesmaid’s Guide to Jewelry
Style Notes

Style Notes! The Ultimate AJJ Bride/Bridesmaid’s Guide to Jewelry

With wedding season upon us, Ali Javeri Jewelers brings to you the ultimate collection for all brides and bridesmaids looking to add the finishing touches to their final looks.

The best thing about acquiring an AJJ piece is that you can not only wear it on yours or your besties big day, but also enjoy the timeless heirloom pieces for years to come. Scroll down to check out more! 

Bride: For the quintessential red bride, the age old favorite Mala and Choker combo has made a comeback. Those brides that aren’t experimental enough to go for the layered necklace trend, opt for this combo to create a bold and beautiful look. Tops as opposed to larger earrings have been paired with this look to keep all the emphasis on the Floral Dholna Mala & Thick Pearl Drop choker encrusted with rubies, emeralds and cultured pearls. The mathapatti in a neutral color breaks the monotony of emeralds and rubies and allows the piece to stand out and shine on its own! Our favorite piece of this look is the peacock ring that adds a quirky element to the entire look! 

Bridesmaid: Being a bridesmaid means you get to experiment a little more with your looks than the bride. The Kundan Cluster Clips are the funnest accessory in this look. Styled here to be worn on either side of your parting, they add an oomph to an already bold look. The large shoulder duster earrings are not only perfect for your besties big day but also a piece that can be worn sans any other jewelry and still create an impact! The choker, which is made using the same motifs as the brides Mala, let’s you match

with your bestie without stealing her spotlight!  The solid gold arm candy again helps break the monotony of rubies and emeralds and helps add variation to the look.

Bride: Who says you can’t pair gold jewelry with your silver outfit? Pairing gold kundan jewelry with a silver ensemble works as the perfect blend of modern and old world charm. The bride here is seen in a matching dholna Mala and choker combo. You may call this typical but the hanging fish motifs and inlay of pearls on the intricate design sets these pieces apart. The long jhumkas with an interesting take on a sahara, will surely be the one piece that will stand out the most. Foregoing the teeka and opting for a wide jhoomer, this look proves that you don’t have to wear every piece of jewelry you own and that sometimes, ( only sometimes ) less is more.

Bridesmaid: Large earrings are all the rage this wedding season. Pair it with a statement choker as seen here or wear on its own. These Jhumka Chandbali’s will make a statement however you style them. A headband with desi clothes you say? We say why not! Wear as a headband or use as a choker later. This piece is versatile and complimentary however you wear it! 

Bride: This bridal look is for the experimental diva. Big statement teeka that covers the forehead, paired with layered necklaces and jhumkas create a look that will be remembered forever.

Due to the silver ensemble most of the pieces in this look are Gold & Kundan based. The choker, ring and bangles encrusted with rubies and emeralds add the much needed pop of color without being ott. The best thing about investing in a look like this is that each piece from the look can be worn on its own (or together) with any festive ensemble after your wedding. Another big plus is that the choker (like most of our jewelry pieces) has been made such that it can work from both sides, one side is encrusted with rubies and emeralds while the other side is all Kundan. This gives you the opportunity to get the maximum amount of wear from your jewelry.

Bridesmaid: This statement set is all you need to stand out from the crowd and mark your territory as the brides bestie. The large Jhoomer style Polki earrings add just the right amount of drama with its matching Polki pendant choker, that is complimented by delicate fresh water pearls scallop detailing. Notice how this look is kept clean and devoid of any headgear or arm candy? It’s because the choker and earrings speak for themselves and need no hair accessories or arm candy to clutter the look. Two delicate rings are the only edition needed so the hands don’t look too bare. 

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