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Indian Jewellery Trends to Watch Out for in 2023, According to Experts

Indian jewellery has always been an essential component of any wardrobe, be it for a special occasion or everyday wear. As we enter the new year, it is time to embrace the latest Indian jewellery trends that have been forecasted by industry experts.

Bespoke Jewellery

Customisation in jewellery has been on the rise since 2022 and is expected to grow in popularity in 2023. Mass-produced jewellery no longer fits the bill for many customers who want unique and exclusive pieces. Tarang Arora, CEO and Creative Director of Amrapali Jewels, shares that clients are increasingly interested in made-to-order pieces with names or logos, or they may wish to repurpose heirloom jewels. There is also a growing trend for exclusive pieces that are not displayed on social media.

Material World

Experimentation with materials has become more popular, with gold and silver remaining timeless classics. There are exciting mixes of beads, shells, and pearls, along with eco-friendly materials like recycled threads and yarns. Gold-plated brass is also becoming more prevalent, making fashion jewellery more affordable and accessible. Self-care is also influencing jewellery trends, with healing stones and crystals becoming popular. According to Arora, Rudraksh jewellery and jewellery crafted with specific stones for spiritual purposes are highly requested by customers.

Key Pieces to Own

Statement and heirloom pieces that tell a story will continue to be popular in 2023. These pieces can be repurposed and reimagined, with Arora recommending layering neckpieces and refashioning them as bracelets or headpieces. The fine watch category is also a trend to watch out for, with Vipin Sharma, Chief Merchandising Officer of BlueStone, noting that fine watch jewellery is at the intersection of technology and style. Multipurpose jewellery is also becoming popular, with length adjustable chains, stackable pieces, and interchangeable jewellery.

Styling Trends

Layering is a key trend when putting together looks, and hoops remain an eternal favourite, with imaginative variations in shapes, weights, and sizes. Matching jewellery is no longer fashionable, with experts suggesting that putting together different pieces that may not match can create a chic and cohesive whole, expressing individuality.

Indian jewellery trends are versatile, diverse, and cater to all styles. The jewellery industry is evolving, and the latest trends forecasted by industry experts for 2023 are bespoke jewellery, experimentation with materials, statement and heirloom pieces, multipurpose jewellery, and layering. So, update your jewellery collection with these latest trends and express your individuality.

Courtesy : Vogue

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