By Stuti Khurana
Ethnic Accessories To Buy For The Diwali Look
In order to complete your Diwali outfit, matching right accessories is essential. We take a look at the ethnic accessories which will glam up your Diwali look.
A great pair of earrings is more than an accessory or an ornament. Jhumkas or chandelier earrings are one of the most favorite accessory of all times. Choose appropriately sized jhumkas to match your outfit. You can choose conventional jhumka earrings or the ones embedded with classic kundan work to make it look more elegant.
Chandbali earrings are also extremely popular. They are quite the attention grabber and can pull your look together in a significant way. You can go for either Emerald, diamond, pearl, or kundan work Chandbali earrings. If you want to keep it simple, you can go for teardrop earrings or a simple bali.
Bangles have always been a favorite choice of Indian women. They are available in different materials like gold, silver, heavy stone, oxidized, steel, and of course glass. Make sure that the color of the bangles matches the color of your dress.
Heavy work bangles studded with precious stones can be worn with lehenga choli, sarees & salwar kameez. For ethnic tops & kurtis, you can choose bangles made of metallic, plastic or any other solid stuff with matching colors as well as a combination of different colors. In order to make it look more chic, you can also try wearing multicolored bangles in a single hand. Wearing a single heavy bangle or a single heavy bracelet is also in fashion.
A Bindi instantly lightens up your face. However it is important to decide the right size of the bindi according to your face cut. Go with a small bindi if you have a heart shaped face, a vertically designed bindi for a round face, circular or V-shaped bindi for a square face & round ones for an oval face. In this way, its shape will balance out your facial features.
There is nothing like having an amazing pair of shoes for your Indian attire. Heels and stilettos are very chic for sarees. However it is important to wear the appropriate heel height you are used to. Do not match your dress exactly with your footwear, rather go for other shades which are prominent in the outfit. Choose footwear according to the theme of your dress not its colour.
You can also go for strappy flats if you are not much of a heel/stiletto person but preferably keep them gold, silver or nude. You can choose Peep toe heels which provide a very chic feel to salwars & churidars. In addition, you can always go for stylish Punjabi juttis for a subtle look.
These days it’s all about the bold yet intricately designed neck pieces. They can be real gold, kundan, diamonds, platinum or junk jewellery. You can go for Carpeting Necklaces with exquisite designs which are made as a single piece. They look amazing with sarees and lehengas.
Diamond Pendants are an all time hit with sarees which look stunning & poignant for an ethnic look. Kundan Chokhers are also a classy option and are beyond beautiful. If you want to keep it simple, go for Single Strip Gold Pieces which are classy and always in style . It makes your neck look fuller yet simple with just one piece.
Hope you like these suggestions!
What are you buying for Diwali this year?
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