Friday, June 10, 2016

How to reuse wedding jewellery after wedding

I must be honest about this. Getting engaged and being one step closer to tying the knot, changes your perspective about a ton of things in life. You stop making impulsive Indian buys, for one. You actually start to stop and mull over jewellery decisions that you are or would be making. Yes, imagine. While I'm still quite clueless of what I really want for my wedding, the practical (almost non-existent) person in me decided to share a video on 'how to repurpose your wedding jewellery' with you all.
This video is in collaboration with Kalyan Jewellers and their Bridal property, Truly Bridal; which is everything you need to know about, before and after getting married. I, along with a few other extremely talented people from the fashion, beauty and jewellery industry have attempted to answer every question that plagues a bride-to-be.
I hope you enjoy the video and tune in to their channel for a lot more of these.
Tips on repurposing your wedding jewellery:

  • Wear your rani haar over a crisp white shirt with well tailored pants to go from work to cocktail dinner.
  • Use your pendant from your pendant set as a brooch for your plain clutch. 
  • Add your heavy chaandbalis to a cocktail gown or evening dress for the perfectly regal look.
  • Create your own hathphool with a big cocktail ring and a gold chain.
  • Use your multi stringed haar as an opulent piece of headgear or mathapatti for weddings and parties alike.


  1. Nice post...So informative! It's really helpful and specially for those women who can't take a proper decision with their bridal jewelry that where to wear and what to wear for which occasion! You can also choose a wide range of collection to pair up your bridal jewelry at

  2. Sounds complete fun! I am fond of wedding jewelry especially rings. Last week attended a promotional event with my friends at local Chicago wedding venues. There saw an outstanding new collection and looked awesome.



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