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Haresh Pahuja, CEO and chairman, Itan Jewels
Statement pieces: A statement piece is the perfect way to complete your bridal look. Bold, fun or meaningful, a bespoke piece of jewellery is a conversation starter. A statement piece should be worn on its own, to showcase all its glory without any distraction.
Rashi L.J., managing director, Legacy Fine Jewellery
On layering: Layering jewellery works for weddings, but it depends on the bride whether she wants make it elaborate or keep it simple.
Statement pieces: A smile is the best way to compliment statement jewellery! Remember the trick is to keep the attention on the statement piece and not let it be overpowered by clashing designs.
Ramesh Kalyanaraman, executive director, Kalyan Jewellers
On layering: Layering completes the bridal look. A statement look is created by the layering jewellery of various textures and styles.
Statement pieces: The purpose of a statement piece is to make an impact and therefore correct pairing is essential. This includes the outfit, neckline and textures of both the outfit and the jewellery. It is also important to consider the season and the occasion that one is attending.
Shaheer M.P., head of gold jewellery procurement at Malabar Gold & Diamonds
On layering: layered wedding jewellery gives a more royal look. Using thin, delicate pieces layered below each other creates a delicate, royal effect rather than a very big, statement piece. Always ensure that the longest piece of jewellery ends above the navel or it can look overwhelming. Another strict rule to follow is sticking to one or two colours that matches with the colour of the wedding dress.
Statement jewellery: The first step is deciding what you want to wear and wearing jewellery that compliments it.