What could be more special than something new which is made in the likeness of something old? Brides all over the world are head over heels in love with vintage-style modern bridal jewelry which is the newest addition to the wedding jewelry collection. Designed inspired by old ones with a distinctive modern streak is the new in thing in bridal jewelry. Cuts like pear, asscher, emerald, marquise and oval are taking over the bridal range as vintage-inspired designs are brushing jewelry to perfection. Let’s take a look at how you can pull off a perfectly vintage modern look on your wedding day with your bridal jewelry suite.
Part Diamond Chain Bracelet
Simple is not boring. In fact, simple is standout and stunning. This elegant chain and diamond bracelet establishes that once and for all, settling all doubts and debates. A simple combination of chain and diamonds, this bracelet features a diamond front and a rope chain that closes at the back. Set in prong setting in a single row, this bracelet is a vintage-inspired piece with a very modern touch to it.
Mixed Cut Drop Earrings
If you want something vintage with a modern flare to it, go straight for the mixed cut drop earrings. A new entrant in the market, these earrings are fashioned using a combination of stone shapes that reveal a unique character. The choice of stone cuts are strictly antique while the design is refreshingly new. These drop earrings unite these two elements in a perfect body to compliment the taste and personality of a classic loving modern bride.
Cluster Accent Ring
This ring is the last pick to complete this suite of vintage-styled modern bridal collection. Although mentioned at the end, it’s equal in importance to the rest of the article. Featuring a central gem and multiple smaller stones as accents, this ring is a lovely creation that combines the ideas of yesterday into a framework of today. Creating the same visuals as a three-stone ring, this one features smaller stones on the side which brings down the price of the ring without compromising on the aesthetics. Platinum makes the best foundation for this kind of stonework.