Want to modernise your heritage jewellery? Two experts share their tips
From age-old to Insta-friendly, make a note of these expert advice to reinvent traditional pieces for your big day.
Something old, something new, all trending seems to be the mantra for the modern-day bride. She inherits her mother’s wedding outfit for the big day (like Kareena Kapoor Khan, whose bridal look comprised of a gharara set that was originally worn by her mother-in-law, Sharmila Tagore, for her own nikaah in 1962). Or pillages an heirloom sari to merge with her contemporary bridal lehenga (à la Isha Ambani’s wedding outfit). From outfits to jewellery, brides today prefer to include their own signature in their wedding choices today—most often by giving their picks a new-age update. While it may be easier to do this with sartorial pieces, bridal jewellery may pose as a confusing area to navigate. We got two jewellery experts, Farah Khan and Swapna Mehta, to tell us how conventional jewellery pieces can be reinvented for modern day. Scroll ahead for their answers to any questions you may have.
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