With the wedding season upon us, it is time to ditch the old Indian wedding jewellery designs and embrace the modern cuts with a hint of the old regal charm. Caratlane is one of my favorite jewelry destinations to shop jewellery online and the new “Jaipur collection” and “Butterfly Collection” from the brand in partnership with Tanishq have taken my breath away. The collections have such elegant pieces with unique designs.
I am going to share with you some of my favorite pieces from both the collections so that you can order them just in time for the weddings and flaunt them to make all the other ladies jealous of your unique Indian wedding jewellery collection.
Caratlane “Jaipur Collection”:
This collection is inspired by the Royalty and uses the jharokha and jaal techniques of Rajasthan in the pieces to give them an elegant yet royal look. The collection has pendants, rings, and earrings set in yellow gold and diamonds. The prices start from around 10000 INR and go up to 90000 INR for the pieces from this collection.
Hawa Jharokha Necklace from the Jaipur collection
Hawa Gulabi Jharokha Ring from the Jaipur collection
These pretty jhumkas are perfect for the wedding season and they are the perfect blend of class and royalty. The arch design of these earrings makes them look big and beautiful.
Rambagh Arch Drop Earrings from the Jaipur collection
Rambagh Fountain Ring from the Jaipur collection
Caratlane “Butterfly Collection”:
The Butterfly collection from Caratlane salutes the beautiful fighting spirit of women and is available in three color combinations. You can choose from rings, pendants, and bracelets in this collection. I love the combinations of colors with gold and pearls. The prices start from 12000 INR and go up to 50000 INR for this collection.
Flared Blue Butterfly Necklace from the Butterfly – The Spirit of You collection
Flutter Blue Butterfly Stud Earrings from the Butterfly – The Spirit of You collection
Flare Blue Butterfly Ring from the Butterfly – The Spirit of You collection
So these are some of my favorite indian wedding jewellery pieces from the new collections introduced by Caratlane. Which ones are your favorite?
Have you tried anything from Caratlane? How was your experience?