The King’s Speech

Jewellery speaks louder than words in Kyles Collection’s opulent new range of men’s accessories

You’ve chosen the theme and selected the outfits but why should your future wife have all the fun when it comes to accessories? Although jewellery is still regarded as a modern concept to the Western groom, in ancient times, Mughal rulers wouldn’t leave their palaces unless they were kitted out in the finest jewels. And since your wedding is the one occasion where you’ll be treated like a king, it’s imperative you look the part.

Kyles Collection have long reigned as the UK’s biggest experts in Asian jewellery, and spotting a gap in the market, they designed the most sophisticated jewellery range for grooms you will ever encounter.

Rav Dadi, Brand manager explains: ‘When the bride comes into our showroom, the groom can now find a whole selection for himself. This makes finding co-ordinating pieces much more fun; choosing your jewellery is something you can now do together.’ The opulent range comprises ornate pearl chains, regal antique necklaces and pendants, delicate kalgis with colourful feathers (part of the turban set), military style brooches and extravagant rings and a whole set can be designed to ensure each piece matches. Designer Nisha Dadi reveals: ‘Just like our bridal jewellery is bespoke, we can work with you, picking out patterns and embroideries that may be found in your sherwani and using them as inspiration for your personal collection of jewels. Popular items include the Kirpan sword, a classic heritage piece which will become a family heirloom – wedding jewels should always be passed on to your children.

Kyles are without a doubt the ones to consult. If you can’t visit them in London, then one of their stockists (14 in the UK and four worldwide) will be just as happy to introduce you to the range.

“Grooms are taking more pride in their appearance. Just like brides they want to feel like royalty.”

September 01, 2013 — Rav Dadi

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