Lets just say it, we all love to dress up and get ready in those expensive lehengas, sarees and dresses. Every outfit becomes perfect only with the perfect jewellery. This Festive Season we thought of coming up with a quick guide to the perfect Festive look. We have curated a list of jewellery pieces that are trending and the festive must haves. Trying to reduce your stress of running from shop to shop searching for the perfect jewellery, read on –
1 – Chic to Ethnic gracious Waistbelts!
We’ve always been pairing saree’s with our fixed bunch of necklaces, earrings and bangles. While these jewellery are more than awesome we want you’ll to take a look at the newest trends and ideas. How about you add an elegant Waistbelt around your waistline and make it shine. Undoubtedly, the waistbelt looks fabulous when worn over low waist sarees, and the new trend of wearing them high-waisted is definitely a must-try!
2 – Bajuband – The Armlet!
A little change in the way we always style our lehengas and jewellery. This time lets add a little more shine to this wonderful outfit. Pair your lehenga with an ethnic Bajuband. Bajubands are an old world charm and now are returning back in trend. A Necklace Set + a Bajuband will do wonders.
Make sure your outfit is sleeveless or has short sleeves so that the bajuband can make the most out of its radiance.
3 – Ring attachments to a Bracelet – “Haathphool”
Dresses are the most worn outfit throughout. While dresses look great simply with a pair of earrings. But for a little more drama you can add a beautiful Hathphool instead of bangles. Haathphool embellishes the wrists as well as the fingers. Also known as ‘Hand Harness’, this jewellery style is making all the waves in the South Asian Fashion scene.
4 – Statement Jewellery – “Long Indo-Western Earrings”
Gowns have always been in trend. But the craze for ethnic gowns is doing the rounds. Indo-Western outfits don’t need much styling to be done. A nice pair of long Indo-Western Earrings would do the talking.
Long Earrings are all you need to make a Style Statement.