Artificial jewellery is now accepted as a viable option for brides. Because there is such a wide array of options when shopping for fake jewellery. When it comes to the various ornaments for the various ceremonies, brides favour unique designs and one-of-a-kind patterns over traditional sets, whether it be a simple yet elegant terracotta set, contemporary designer concept jewellery, or exquisite antique jewellery. Hence the widespread craze. In case you’re a future newlywed on the hunt for a stunning yet reasonably priced artificial jewellery set, consider the examples we’ve compiled below.
Meenakari Jewellery Set
Flaunt this spectacular artificial jewellery set on your big day and watch all heads turn your way. The intricate Meenakari work with red stones on the bronze colour metallic base gives this heavy necklace the perfect royal touch. If you’re planning to have a royal theme wedding, this is the kind of jewellery you’d love to go for. The tiny pearl beads dangling from the bottom of the necklace only accentuate the grandeur of the ornament. The beautiful chandbali earrings with red stonework are just the icing on the cake! It’s ideal for occasions like: Wedding or Reception.
Choker Jewellery Set
Have choker bracelets always held a special place in your heart? This synthetic jewellery set features a wide, heavy choker necklace and a long necklace that pair beautifully together to show off the intricate stonework. This magnificent collection of jewellery is enchanted by the interplay of gold and red, with the occasional addition of Polki stones. The necklace appears to be more substantial due to the large, protruding arches that stretch from its base. You can accessorise with a pair of Jhumka earrings or a set of large teardrop-shaped studs. Try shorter earrings and leave the long necklace at home if you need to appear casual for a pre-wedding event. These are ideal for occasions like: Sangeet, Wedding or Reception.
Contemporary Jewellery Set
Want something fresh and original? Try on this collection of synthetic jewellery that looks like gold and features a very original design. The unusual designs of the oversize rings and the Matha Patti are sure to get noticed. The matching golden Nath with the teeny pearl beads completes the ensemble beautifully. Combine this stunning jewellery with an Indo-Western ensemble or a daring new style of dress, such as a dhoti saree, a romper saree, a saree paired with a crop top, or a pre-stitched saree in the shape of a ball gown. They are meant for occasions like: Sangeet, Engagement or Cocktail party.
Rajasthani Style Jewellery Set
These imitation jewels are a must-have for any bride planning a traditional Rajasthani or Rajput ceremony. This set is fit for a Maharani, thanks to the wide waterfall necklace and its many bell-shaped danglers. The small Nathni and gold-plated Rajasthani Mang tikka with broadside bands round out the royal look. To draw attention to your jewellery, dress in a deep-necked top. Earrings in gold and Jadau that match the rest of your jewellery and tonnes of colourful bracelets are a must. Best suited for the occasion like: Rajasthani Sangeet or Wedding.
Stone Jewellery Set
If you want to make a statement with your wedding jewellery but don’t want to break the bank by doing it, artificial jewellery set with as many stones as you like (Polki, diamonds, Kundan, pearls, rubies) is the way to go. All that glimmer makes this set of stones set in gold appear absolutely stunning. If you’re going to show off your passion of stones, why not go all the way and wear a bib necklace covered in large teardrop-shaped stones, a Matha Patti with tiny diamond-style stones, and traditional jhumka earrings with pearl beads? Wear some bracelets with stones that go with your other jewellery. Looks cool when worn at occasions like: Wedding.
Temple Style Jewellery
Authentic south Indian shrine jewellery designs are unequalled in their elegance. You can still look like a million bucks by purchasing a set of fake jewellery with intricate designs that are worthy of a museum. Every gaze will be fixed on your divine beauty when you don a colourful Kanjeevaram saree, a Kasuamala/ Manga Mala with Lord Krishna motifs (or those of your favoured Gods & Goddesses), and coordinating earrings, Vaidayanam, and Vanki. These are ideally be worn at engagements, weddings or receptions.
Buying an artificial jewellery set not only saves you a lot of money but also gives you access to a wider variety of jewellery choices. There is a plethora of alternatives available when shopping for fake jewellery online. The items and amount of money spent on the ceremony should be chosen by the bride. It’s also not right to feel compelled to buy conventional gold jewellery just to fit in with the crowd. Choose wisely without giving up on your goals.
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