When it comes to Indian weddings, trends come and go but looks like the minimal trend is here to stay. Why do I say that? Weddings are getting intimate and more women are taking the less is more route.

While we all continue to stick to traditional wear for Indian wedding events, be it a sangeet night or haldi, somewhere our jewellery choices have changed.

Instead of opting for heavy, OTT jewellery numbers, so many of us are inclined towards unconventional and minimal pieces to round off our looks.

If you are someone who has a wedding to attend anytime soon and confused about what jewellery pieces should you invest in for a minimal look then this guide is for you. We talked to Chinu Kala, Founder at Rubans Accessories, and asked her to share 5 must-have jewellery pieces for women who like to take the minimal route. 

Temple Jewellery Necklace/Choker

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Instead of opting for really heavy necklaces or choker, it is a good idea to pick a classic temple jewellery piece. There are a wide variety of designs available, right from those featuring motifs of Gods and Goddesses to traditional art designs. With a temple jewellery necklace or choker, you won't really feel the need to layer your jewellery because just that one necklace would be enough to round off your look. These are statement pieces and go well with just any outfit, be it a traditional lehenga, saree, or suit.

Kundan Necklace

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Kundan jewellery has been here for the longest time and it will continue to be because the classic kundan beautifully complements traditional wear. When it comes to wedding wear, you can blindly trust carrying kundan bangles, necklace, and rings. If you don't want to carry a kundan necklace, you can also complete your look with kundan jhumkas with beads matching your outfit colour. 

Pastel Choker/Earrings

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Pastel shades have taken over the fashion market, right from bridal lehengas, footwear to now jewellery. Along with carrying, pastel-hued outfits, women today are also picking pastel jewellery to complete their overall look. The options are numerous. You can opt for a contrasting pastel choker or earrings or simply pick a matching pair of necklace, earrings, or kadas for a monotone look. 

Maharani Necklace Set

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If you are someone who likes to keep their outfit minimal and let the jewellery do the talking then a necklace set like this one is what you really need to invest in. Maharani necklaces usually have a classic design and are usually studded with kundan, ruby, emerald among other beads and stones for that royal look. You can carry just the maharani necklace with your georgette saree or team it with your pastel lehenga. If you wish to go more OTT with your jewellery, you can complete the look with a pair of matching jhumkas. 

Matha Patti

matha patti

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This traditional hair jewellery is no longer just for the bride-to-be. If you aren't a fan of necklaces, jhumkas or chokers, a matha patti can be your pick. You get them in a good variety so you don't really need to worry here. You can get really light weight pieces in kundan, emerald or polki. These will work best with a pre-draped saree or a chikankari lehenga. 
Tell us which jewellery piece are you planning to invest in this wedding season? For more such fashion related stories, stay tuned!