Heading to a friend’s wedding and need the perfect jewellery to add to your bridesmaid trousseau? Or do you need to add some fun to your generic white shirt and trousers duo?
Be it festivities or our day to day lives, we need some fun colours to experiment with. After much pursue, I have found the solution to all your customised jewellery woes. If you are genuinely tired of the same old
If you are wondering where you can get yours from, just head over to any of the online shopping platforms. It is available on almost all your day-to-day Indian Shopping sites like Myntra, Jabong, TataCliq, Amazon.in and Flipkart. They have it all like necklaces, bangles, earrings, maangtikas and much more. You have the option to experiment with bright colours like neon oranges and turquoise blues. You also have varieties of options if you want to stick to the classic silvers and golds.
What stood out for me are the modern geometrical designs. For earrings, you can choose from the crescents, the drop earrings and the florals. The Chaandbaalis available are to die for. I feel, everyone should have one of these Chaandbalis in their jewellery box. You can choose from the wide variety of huge silver cocktail rings, which are currently trending. You can pair the bangles, with a regular kurta, and that would make for really nice work or college wear. The heavy necklaces are perfect for the wedding season!
The pricing is just the cherry on top. Don’t we all just love pretty things that do not burn a hole in our pockets? This one is especially for you college going girls, who spend everything they have on fashion. I know you cannot help it, but at least this will not make your budget bleed. They have a range that starts from 200s and go up to 2000s.
For my first look, which I wanted to be very traditional, I wore a Rajasthani bracelet, earring, necklace and maangtika combination. The earrings, necklace and bracelet were of the same colour combination: gold and ruby. The maangtika covered my head without feeling too heavy. It had hints of yellow and white. The drop earrings had Meenakari work and had red and kundan stones in them. The necklace and bracelet were part of the set, with Meenakari work again and red and white stones. I paired them with an all-black dupatta-kurti. The colours really popped out with this all-black look.
I really wanted to experiment with my second look and so I went with Fusion Style. This consisted of chunky jewellery that had stained glass and silver. I wore a huge circular multicoloured drop earrings with a matching necklace. Based out of silver, the colours were bright and stood-out. I paired it with a bright yellow strappy top and a long black pencil skirt. For the footwear, I wore yellow heels.
In the process of creating these looks, I realised that one could create a plethora of styles with