This wedding season, experts are vouching to create your very own style statement. New Woman suggests you to get a bit choosy with your jewellery and make that the focal point of attraction of your look. Be it a heavy neckpiece, a chandelier earring, a big finger ring or a chunky bracelet…that should act as THE statement piece for you. Don’t go for the cluttered look by wearing to many of those. Be specific and go for one at a time. Take inspiration from the following looks of Vidya Balan and see how the actress has accentuated her look with the statement pieces that she has worn.
Donning a burgundy dress by Manika Sureka, Vidya promoted Kahaani 2 in Hyderabad. She accessorized her traditional look with earrings by Ritika Sachdeva. In the second look, she has teamed up a simple white kurta with a minakari Amrapali statement neckpiece.
Red and silver can never go out of fashion. The statement piece from Amrapali is enhancing the beauty of the simple nine yards wonder. In the 2nd picture Vidya stepped out in a linen jamdani indigo-blue sari with grey checkered lines by Anavila. To complement her look, she picked a statement boat fringe double strand ghungroo necklace and a mystic ring by Ritika Sachdeva.
Donning Zoraya separates (right), Vidya appeared on a television show looking elegant in statement chunky silver jewelry by Amrapali Jewels. For the other appearence (left), she wore a simple kurta and palazzo paired with a printed long jacket by Mint Blush. Messy updo and silver tone jewellery by Inaayat Jewels finished out her look!
Classic temple jewellery with a contemporary twist, that’s the piece she has chosen with a Madhubani printed border silk. In the other one, Vidya picked Bungalow 8 to wear. Wearing her hair in a top knot, she finished out the look with a statement necklace, a gold-toned Purab Paschim one.
Wearing black separates with an ikat jacket from Blueprint (right), Vidya Balan was photographed on the sets of a television. Her accessories of choice included jewelry from Rara Avis. In a different evening, she picked a chikankari sari by Gaurang, with a green kalamkari print blouse. Hair in a bun, her look was finished out with a silver jewellery from Silver Streak, green bangles and a red bindi.