Singapore jewellery brand, Kinchos, reveals top jewellery trends this year – as well as indispensible tips – for the bride-to-be

Once the excitement over the engagement ring has passed, the next step for the bride is to decide on the jewellery she’ll be wearing on her big day.

While opting for classic pieces like a diamond necklace, pearl earrings, and a tennis bracelet might be the obvious choice, we encourage unexpected choices that allow for the bride’s personality to shine for 2020.

Kinchos, a Singapore jewellery brand known for its one-of-a-kind pieces that feature colourful gemstones, has highlighted bridal jewellery trends to keep in mind this year, as well as important advice for those who don’t know where to start.

Bridal Jewellery Trends

Statement Earrings
Whether they’re drop, chandelier, or feature coloured gems, statement earrings are not only eye-catching – they easily define the bride’s look too by framing her face. Wearing a pair of statement earrings also allows for flexibility to add your own personality to make a style statement.

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By mixing a more trend-forward pair of earrings with classic pieces like a simple necklace or bracelet, the bride can effortlessly juggle between being fashionable and timeless.

The Art of Layering
Layering jewellery is perfect for weddings, as long as the bride understands how to mix them together without bulky or outrageous results. As a general rule, it’s best to do this with simple, streamlined pieces that complement each other.

For earrings, try a) adding depth or length by choosing layered earrings with different colours and materials or b) using more than one hole to divide the layers across the ear.

As for necklaces, you can a) incorporate white, yellow, and rose gold with diamonds in one piece or b) choose to wear a layered pendant set with different coloured chains and only one type of stone.

Stacking bracelets and rings is also a popular choice as long as they’re tied by a common element: Colour, material, gemstone, or shape. You want the result to be effortless and elegant.

All About Green
The colour green is making a comeback for jewellery trends this year, complementing well with the bride’s all white look. While diamonds are the perfect choice for wedding jewellery, try pieces that incorporate stones like emerald, jade, and green sapphire.

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Whether it’s an engagement ring with a green gemstone or used in a pendant or a pair of earrings, green is a refreshing shade that will add a touch of elegance and life to the usual white and beige wedding colour scheme.

Tips for Choosing Wedding Jewellery

1 Choose one statement piece
Less is more for your big day because simple, effortless elegance is what most brides hope to achieve on her special day.

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2 Match metals to your dress
Take note of the details, fabric, and colour of your dress before deciding on jewellery. For starters, ivory dresses pair well with gold jewellery, while a classic white dress goes with platinum, silver, pearls, and green gemstones.

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3 Don’t compromise on quality
Wedding jewellery is something that will last a lifetime and has the potential to be passed on as an heirloom. Remember that quality jewellery will never go out of style nor lose its value over time.


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