Accessories For Nine Days Of Navratri
Accessories play an integral part in enhancing the whole look. Like makeup, jewelry and other accessories have the full rights to break or make your look. A perfect and interesting piece of jewelry is all you need to elevate your look.
So as the navratri has already started, I am here with a list of accessories you can flaunt this navratri..
Navratan jewelry set
Start celebrating navratri with a navratan set like this. Navratna Jewelry, which is a combination of nine auspicious stones, is very popular in India as well as outside India.
Classical style gold plated set
These are my absolute favorite. They are gorgeous, stylish, elegant and add touch of sophistication to your whole look. Get the elegance and traditional touch of gold jewelry with these plated ones. Nobody will ever know.
The oldest form of jewelry made and worn in India, a kundan set is irreplaceable. Kundan is a traditional form of Indian gemstone jewelry involving a gem set with gold foil between the stones and its mount, usually for elaborate necklaces and earrings.
The “crowning glory” as they say, has been a part of Indian tradition since long. The maang tikka is a composite ornament composed of a chain with a hook at one end and a pendant at the other. From plain gold maang tikkas with intricate designs to kundan, polki or tribal ones, choose the on that matches the rest of your accessories and also the outfit.
Modern Matha Patti
Give your maang tikka and matha patti a modern twist with these beaded or jewelled chains. A common sight in fashion shows, these will glitter through a light dupatta for that out of the world look. Just wear this single piece and you are ready to turn heads.
I generally wear small jewelled hairpins to cover up my last minute goof-ups. Hairpins have many other roles to play. But I would say wear these hairpins simply to add more style to your hairdo. I love the single stoned or single pearl ones. They make you look ethereal. Easy to wear, light in weight & easy to carry.
The Statement Amrapali Ring
Sonam Kapoor was spotted in the sets of “Comedy nights with Kapil” in an anarkali suit beautifully paired with a beautiful over-sized finger ring. This kind of stunning big size rings covering three fingers were a rage in the era of Kings and Queens. The ring has its own distinctive presence and stands out among all other ornaments. It screams grace, charm and elegance.
Double finger kundan ring
The double finger ring are no longer confined to western looks only, there are double finger rings A gorgeous kundan detailing two finger rings with a pop of colored stone in between each.
A set of glass or lac bangles
A set of a traditional glass or lac bangles will elevate your look to a completely new level. If you are not too fond of glass and lac bangles, you can easily go for traditional red and green polki kadas or kundan bangles.
Dandiya, and that too without a pair of payal adorning your feet? Impossible..
There is nothing like a set of silver tribal jewelry if it matches your outfit. Youthful appeal comes naturally thanks to the boho chic look that comes out effortlessly.
The color and exuberance of ethnic jewelry has always attracted women worldwide. Don’t wear all of these together.
Which of these accessories are you going to wear on the nine days of Navratri?
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