What you’ll find in your favourite celebrity’s jewellery kit
From vintage glam to classic diamonds...
Our Bollywood ladies work hard, and play equally hard. And when it comes to their precious baubles, they don’t mess around. Self-professed diamond addict Priyanka Chopra adds a touch of frosting to all her red carpet outfits. Sonam Kapoor, on the other hand, ensures that all eyes are on her with her statement picks. Mention graphic accessories and Alia Bhatt won’t be far. Always wanted to ace jewellery like your favourite celebrity? Here’s your chance.
Bollywood celebrities and their signature jewellery style
Alia Bhatt: Graphic
Karl Lagerfeld earrings, you say? The prophesised Mayan apocalypse wouldn’t be enough to keep Alia Bhatt away. Her graphic accessories collection complements her equally graphic choice in clothes. The Dear Zindagi actor has always been vocal about dressing her age, and her stacked rings and expressive accessories serve her diktat well.
Sonam Kapoor: Maximalist
Why chose between a statement necklace and earrings when you can have ‘em all? Life’s short, and Sonam will have a bit of both, thank you very much. Dramatic pearls, statement earcuffs, tiered necklaces: her extensive collection is the ultimate trump card up her sleeve when it comes to cinching an outfit together.
Deepika Padukone: Statement pieces
Deepika hasn’t ever been much for stacking up jewellery; factor in her shiny tresses and dewy glow and the job is usually done. She hasn’t ever been one for doing things quietly either; the lady always packs in a punch with a statement piece. Her Valliyan earrings received as much as of the spotlight as her Monsiha Jaising outfit did as the MTV EMA red carpet. And livening up a monochrome suit with a Bulgari serpenti neckpiece has gone down in our commandments book.
Priyanka Chopra: Classic
At the very top of the food pyramid, Priyanka Chopra sits pretty in her classic solitaires and tear drop diamonds. The Baywatch siren loves herself some frosting, and her viral Oscar red carpet debut pays homage to that.