5 Jewellery Trends from Sonam Kapoor’s Dolly ki Doli
by Priyanka V : December 15 2014

5 Jewellery Trends From Sonam Kapoor's Dolly ki Doli

Bollywood diva Sonam Kapoor is a popular fashionista as well! Her upcoming latest ‘Dolly ki Doli’, produced by Arbaaz Khan, has Sonam’s experimenting with 16 new looks for her character of a con lady. She has carried many Indian bridal looks and appeared in many traditional avatars. Though, the film is due to release early next year, we have thought of presenting you the 5 popular jewel trends that our fashion diva Sonam Kapoor has donned in her film ‘Dolly ki Doli’.

5 Jewellery Trends From Sonam Kapoor's Dolly ki Doli

Jhumkas Style

Jhumkas are getting more popular these days! And with Sonam wearing them a many times in her film ‘Dolly ki Doli’, the trend of wearing Jhumkas (the big one) or Jhumkis (the smaller one) is surely going to hit the taste of Indian women.  You can pair up the original silver or golden jhumkas or the artificial one with your traditional suits as well as with your jeans and t-shirts. With traditional wear, jhumkas will add more ethnicity to your attire while with the western, it will make you appear Indo-fusion. And if you wish to flaunt the one worn by Sonam in the film, then there are many imitation jewellery also available in the market.  

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Maangtika’s Magnificence

Wearing Maangtika is one sure shot way to look traditional! Sonam Kapoor in her film donned maangtika in almost all her bridal looks as well as semi-traditional looks. From a silver Rajwada style to a small flat one to matha patti to a big maangtika, she has worn all possible styles! You can try them as well. You can also purchase the maangtikas online from various fashion portals as well as from Vastradi Jewels.

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Elegant Earrings

Once you wear your set of beautiful earrings, you are set for the party! Really! Pairing up a set of earrings would be enough to accessorize your outfit for any get together or outing. Sonam Kapoor has donned only earrings to match her white gown as a bridal outfit for her Christian wedding and she looks no less than a gorgeous angel! You can even don ethnic earrings too with your traditional attire. A lot of artificial earrings or imitation jewellery are also available online at Vastradi Jewels for you to buy. Walk with your head high like a confident woman!

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Magical Mangal Sutra

This is for all the married women! Wearing mangal sutra is back again in trend! You can choose to don a smaller one. In one of Sonam Kapoor’s outfit in ‘Dolly ki Doli’, she has even worn it with a full necklace set, which doesn’t look as bad as we would have thought of it. If you check out her movie poster, she even simply wears a mangal sutra with her jhumkas and traditional choodas while flaunting her attitude in a leather jackets, glasses and sneakers! Well, you need not to try that bold style as it is, but you can surely don that mangal sutra to accessorize even your western look. Buy your favourite designs here.

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Pearl Droppings

Pearls never go out of trend. They still hold their charm as elegant as always. Heavy jewellery with pearl droppings are more often seen these days. Even Sonam Kapoor wears it in one of her Parsi wedding looks avatar. She even tries the similar trend for her Hindu wedding look. Pearl studs can be matched with any of your outfits. They will surely add a touch of gorgeousness to your appearance!

5 Jewellery Trends From Sonam Kapoor's Dolly ki Doli

So, how are you going to wear these Sonam Kapoor’s Dolly ki Doli inspired jewel trends? We are curious to know!