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The Most Innovative Ways to Match Your Jewellery and Lehenga!

BY Sakshi | 25 Jan, 2018 | 48754 views | 5 min read

We love how adventurous brides are getting with their lehengas and their bridal jewellery, and we've been getting to learn a thing or two from them too! Yup, brides have upped the game as far as their jewellery for lehenga is concerned, and here are some cool new ways to match them- whether it's contrasting or all match-matchy, these are some cool new ideas!

Contrasting Jewellery For Lehenga Ideas

Bright Contrasting Colours: Violet and Green

Image via Nandini and Ajay's Wedding

We love how Nandini picked up the beauty of her green and gold embroidery on her violet lehenga and matched her jewellery to it- both are contrasting colours, but they work so well!

Bright Contrasting Colours: Reddish Pink with a Pop of Blue

Image via Purva and Shivam's Wedding

Real Bride Purva had the most gorgeous necklace, which was a very unlikely one when paired with her strawberry pink lehenga- but they still worked!

Bright Contrasting Colours: Saffron and Green

Image via Colorblind Production★ 5  and Nirali & Ribhu (Udaipur)

Real Brides Meher and Nirali wore a very unlikely combination- saffron lehenga with green jewellery- but it still worked so well!

Bright Contrasting Colours: Pink with Red and Green

Image via Bhumi and Simran Photography★ 5

This Real Bride really upped her jewellery game by contrasting her lehenga with not just one, but two more colours in her jewellery, but it still works!

Contrasting Jewel tones: Maroon and Emerald Green

Image via Divya Vithika Wedding Planners

Real Bride Kritika went all deep rich jewel tones- with her lehenga and her jewellery, which were both contrasting! Her lehenga was a deep maroon while her jewellery was emerald!

Contrasting Colours: Blue Stoned Jewellery With Golden Lehenga

Image via Sasha & Samarth (Muscat)

Real Bride Sasha had some gorgeous polki jewellery- adding a tiny pop of blue to her otherwise beige and gold lehenga!

Contrasting Colours: White with Pink

Image via Aashna & Uneesh (Baroda)

Real Bride Aashna really took a chance with her bridal look, and it worked so well! She paired her white and gold lehenga with contrasting pink jewellery and it looked gorgeous!

Contrasting Colours: Pastel Pink with Green

Image via Harleen Deol Photography

Real Bride Guneet had contrasting lehenga and jewellery- the green in the jewellery adding more depth and a pop of colour to her monotone outfit.

Contrasting Diamond and Emerald Jewellery with Red/ Maroon Lehenga

Image via Shri Gurudev Photographers

The jewellery and lehenga of these Real Brides have nothing in common, but they still go so well! That's the beauty of diamonds and emeralds- they are pretty versatile!

Pearl Jewellery With Lehenga That Has More Than One Colour

Image via Gautam Khullar Photography

Pearl Jewellery is a safe bet to go with a multicoloured lehenga- it stands out, pulls the whole look together and looks gorgeous!

Multicolour Jewellery with Simple Pearl Lehenga

Image via Shreya and Nikhil's Wedding

Real Bride Shreya's choker had a lot of colours and pearls, but her lehenga was a simple silver and red one with a lot of pearl work on it.

Matching Jewellery Ideas

Pastel Lehenga With Pastel-toned Jewellery- like this bride and her matching jewellery for pink lehenga

Image via Sahej & Prateik (Delhi)

Real Bride Sahej had her jewellery match her pastel lehenga- no pop of colour, just subtle prettiness!

Matching Exact Hues Of The Jewellery With Lehenga

Image via Cupcake Productions

The exact same hue on the jewellery and the lehenga. Always works!

Matching Colours, Different Hues

Image via DotDusk Studios

This Real Bride kept her jewellery in the same colour family, but the hues were different. The lehenga was a light pink while the jewellery of a darker more stark shade.

Matching Jewellery To Dupatta Border

Image via Rish Photography

So this Real Bride matched her jewellery to her dupatta's border, which was a bright greenish-blue as opposed to the light pink. Another cool way to do it and add a much needed pop of colour!

Looking For Matching Jewellery For Maroon Lehenga? Pick Stones In Matching Color

Image via Fotowalle - The Story Folks★ 4.9

Another way to do this is to match the colour of the stones to the lehenga- have a red lehenga? Get jewellery with rubies? Pink? Then pink sapphires might do the trick!

Matching Every Colour In Lehenga And Jewellery

Image via Raghav and Roma's Wedding

Roma's red bridal lehenga had embroidery with gold and green too, and so did her jewellery- every single shade on the lehenga and jewellery was matched!

Matching Jewellery To The Work On Lehenga

Image via Akansha and Prabhav's Wedding

Akansha's lehenga had a lot of gold zardozdi work- so she matched her statement jewellery to that- and she wore loads of layered necklaces instead of a big one. The longer rani haar adds so much more to the outfit!

Simple Piece That Takes Any Lehenga To Another Level

Pic via Photozaapki;Weva Photography

A plain kundan neckpiece and earring set can really take any lehenga to glorious places. So opt for one in a unique shape!

This Simple Diamond Beauty That's So Unique

Pic via Photozaapki

Delicate neckpieces go well with delicate embroideries - a match made in heaven!

Wondering what jewellery to wear with lehenga of different colors? Well, not anymore! Whether you are looking for contrasting jewellery with golden lehenga or thinking of matching jewellery for maroon lehenga, there's something for every one in this list!

Safe to say matching jewellery with lehenga won't be an issue anymore?

ALSO READ: 10 Basic Rules for Colour Contrasting Jewellery to the Outfit!

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