Ladies, it's time to ditch those hoops that have been lying in your bijoux box for God knows how long. The post-pandemic era compels us to adhere to an appealing Zoom aesthetic, one that highlights stylishly put-together layers of jewellery—featuring an elegant blend of your favourite pieces!
2021 is all about putting your best fashion foot forward, and to do so, you must amp up your accessories game. Need some guidance? Well, who better than the fashionista herself? Take a page out of Sonam Kapoor's Instagram feed that offers unlimited style advice on how to partner several jewels and make them the centre of attention.
From ethnic jewellery paired with contemporary ensembles to minimalist pieces that offset bold prints, learn how to layer two or more accessories for maximum impact.
Adding a dash of bling to your all-white look is always a good idea. If a statement pendant doesn't seem to do the trick, throw on a gold beaded string necklace as well.
If you often opt for dramatic, abstract prints, minimalism is the way to go. Like Sonam Kapoor, you could layer a flower pendant with a simple string necklace to tie the look together.
Stacking up strings of beaded jewels—such as pearls—is the perfect way to update your occasion wear outfit.
Sonam loves chunky jewellery, and so do we! Take your monochrome attire from drab to fab by inviting a few pieces of chunky jewellery—bracelets, neckpieces, and so on.
Accessorise your lehenga with a gold choker chain and temple coin jewellery.
You've got five fingers for a reason! The Sonam Kapoor-approved way calls for stacking up multiple rings. Plus, two or more gold chains is a win-win too.
Choker-on-choker? Yes, please.
Pair a diamond/pearl choker with a single string gold chain, and top it up with a triple chain pendant. Voila!
To ace the tribal-inspired look, throw on two trinket necklaces and pair them with a long gemstone pendant.
Here's a shinier and smoother version of glass hair
The couple tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in 2020, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.