A decade ago, diamond has overtaken the market share of gold jewellery because of the multi-variety styles it offered. However, now gold jewellery is back with a bang with a huge collection of gold rings and gold tops design. Let’s explore the most trending designs of gold jewellery, especially tops and rings:
Owning its name from moon, these half-moon shaped earrings are a must-have trousseau staple and an ideal for daily wear. Get creative with your wardrobe and try mix-and-match styles. Match your chandbalis elegantly with every outfit you wear and brings out that ‘showstopper’ look.
Indulge in precious stones and intricate designs for your office wear. Try intricate moonstone and stunning blue sapphire studs for that striking corporate diva look. Stud and stone ear tops have always been a timeless classic when it comes to quintessential work wear.
For that smart and sophisticated look, try small gold danglers with pastel shades. You can wear that elegant south sea pearl for an aesthetic appeal with your western wear. To dress to impress, pick a gold top designed in a floral cup holding pearl with a pinkish golden shimmer or a nude colour of pearl with a gold framework.
You may find many websites offering gold ring designs with price list as low as possible but those designs are very outdated or common.
For a fresh twist on a classic style, pick a French Pave diamond ring in rose gold. With the perfect hint of pink, this elegant ring showcases French pavé-set diamonds with which you can complement your choice of centre – pearl, gemstones or diamond.
Exquisitely hand-engraved, this gold band ring with solitaire in the centre features an intricate motif to showcase your centre diamond. Vintage-inspired and elegant in its simplicity, this petite solitaire has become the must have for women of all age groups.
It is one such ring that is affordable by every woman and can be finding in every woman’s wardrobe. These evergreen pieces are crafted to suit royalty. It features sparkling small diamonds surrounding a central stone or a cluster of coloured stones surrounding a diamond.
So, next time you go for jewellery shopping, make sure to buy the one that is missing and add up to your accessory wardrobe.