Real Brides Reveal : The Artificial Jewellery Store They Recommend!
BY Apoorva | 16 Jun, 2017 | 4629 views | 2 min read
Almost every Indian wedding has a minimum of three functions these days. And you can’t possibly pick real jewellery for all functions, especially when you get imitation ones that look so fabulous! So we asked real brides one jewellery store they would recommend to pick the perfect bridal jewellery.
Image via Rehat Brar Bridal Makeup Artist
“Curio Cottage was my wedding game changer! I never knew they made customised pieces and they did such a fantastic job of it. I got my necklace, earings and bangles in real so I wanted the other stuff like haathphool and mangtikka in imitation, so they did a complete matching set that went with my real set so well that no one knew better!”
“I would happily give away the award to Mortantra Not only they did a fabulous job on my wedding set but I have bought so many of my bridal trousseau pieces from them. The best part was that I opted for artificial over real, bought more in that budget and half the people don’t even know the difference!”
“I had a very boho mehendi so I wanted tribal jewellery for it. I picked up a few pieces from Amrapali Jewels or it was called something similar and fell in love with it!”
“Though they are sometimes as expensive as real, Outhouse has a very special place in my heart. If you are looking to go edgy or modern, even a pair of earings from Outhouse will transform your look. They do designs in Swarovski, semi-precious stones, leather, and metal and gold plating which equals to super classy brides!”
“I got only one piece from here and even after a year of getting married, I get calls from my relatives asking where picked it from! Aquamarine. My mom wanted me to wear a satlada at my nikkah for some reason and I wasn’t too keen on spending a bomb on a 7 layered necklace for my house nikkah! But Aquamarine made my moms and mine dream come true in a stunning sea green satlada. Totally recommend it“
“Silverline Jewellery I loved Amrapali’s collections but they were too much for my bridal purse. Silverline has very similar stuff but much cheaper. Not only that, they do some stunning handmade, temple, kundan and polki work jewellery.”
Which store is your favourite?