The Perfect Mix: Contemporary and Classic Jewelry Trends for New-age Brides

Summer is the season of love, warmth, and weddings. As wedding season is approaching, deciding what to wear with what gets more challenging. Contemporary jewellery is all about making a bold statement with a hint of sophistication and adding an exciting layer to your outfit choices. With an array of trends, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Whether you’re planning to get your hands on personalised pieces or craving some of the latest fashion statements, we’re here to guide you through the maze of choices. If your style leans towards subtle elegance or daring boldness, we have the perfect jewellery to compliment your look.

Let’s explore the latest trends together and discover the ideal pieces for the modern bride.

1) Offbeat Color Jewelry: Making a Statement

The brides are often seen wearing offbeat colour combination jewellery. The offbeat colour jewellery trend involves incorporating unconventional or unexpected colours into jewellery pieces. Brides have started experimenting with broader hues instead of sticking to traditional gemstone colours like diamonds, rubies, and sapphires. This trend often includes gemstones in shades like teal, lavender, peach, and even black. Brides looking to create a bold statement should go for Asher Choker by Amama. It is made of pearls and will easily complement any ensemble.

2) Jewelry for Pastel Ensembles: Subtle Elegance

Recently, pastels have gained popularity with their soft, romantic appeal. The key to accessorising is maintaining balance with pastel shades and avoiding jewellery pieces that overpower the outfit. Brides opting for a pastel vibe should balance out the delicate hues of the outfit without overshadowing them. Light, airy pieces with intricate detailing are perfect for achieving this look. Consider floral-inspired earrings, handmade bracelets, or subtle pendant necklaces with crystal or pearl embellishments. One such piece is Amama’s Magnolia Sheesh Patti and Belt – An accessory that enhances your look without stealing the spotlight.

3) Pearl Jewelry: Timeless Elegance

Yes, you heard it right. Pearls are back in style, and modern brides are going crazy. Pearls have long been associated with bridal attire, symbolising purity, innocence, and timeless elegance. But this new trend has captured attention with its contemporary flair. Adding original pearl earrings can bring a touch of sophistication to any bridal look. Additionally, pearls have come a long way from traditional white pearls to more unconventional shades like blush pink or champagne, ensuring a pearl jewellery piece suits every bride’s style and taste. So, this wedding season, get your hands on the Magnolia Chandbali, offering a combination of pearls, sequins, and stones.

4) Gold Jewelry for the Red Lehenga Bride: Regal Radiance

With many trends going in and out, some are meant to stay. We are talking about the red lehenga and the extensive, magnificent bridal jewellery set. It’s one classic style that has been followed for ages. But our new-age brides are thoughtful and give it an all-new look. Remember when Priyanka Chopra stunned in a modern twist on the all-red ensemble? If so, then you can also go for a traditional red lehenga and pair it with gold jewellery. To create more such looks, explore our gold-plated jewellery for endless possibilities.  You can also opt for Amama’s newly launched Maxima collection, which is all about gold, to create a contemporary and classic look.

Conclusion: Finding the Perfect Balance

The key to creating the perfect bridal jewellery ensemble lies in finding the right balance between tradition and modernity. Be it a statement piece or a subtle accent, our collection offers something for every occasion and personal style. Whether opting for offbeat colour jewellery, pastel-inspired pieces, pearl jewellery, or regal gold ornaments, the goal is to choose jewellery that complements the bride’s outfit, enhances her natural beauty, and reflects her style. With the perfect mix of contemporary and classic elements, every bride can create a bridal look that is uniquely hers—a true reflection of her individuality, style, and sophistication.