So you are busy buying clothes to match the celebratory mood of the season. Since it is all about traditional religious rituals, you are filling up your wardrobe with saris and salwar kameez.. Now you need to accessor ise them with appropriate jewellery. So here are some bauble buying tips that will help you invest right.
Opt for matte gold finish rather than sparkling one since that is trendier. Also a matte gold piece can be matched with a western wear.
Since gold prices are hitting the roof, opt for lighter pieces.
Instead of solid gold pieces, pick stone studded pendants, or ear rings.
Try chandelier earrings since they can be worn with a sari or a trouser with equal grace.
Buy a over sized polki or kundan pendant and wear it with a silk thread or leather string.
If diamond is out of reach, then try cubic zirconia or moissenite jewellery. They have great brilliance as well
Chunky silver pieces also go very well with saris and salwar kameez.
If you like some bling bling, gift yourself one piece of solitaire either a ring, or a pendant. It`s a classic that goes with everything.
Kundan or enamel bracelets are also in trend this season. Opt for chunkier piece rather than slim bangles. Stone studded cuffs also look great with indo weatern garments.
You can pick up pretty anklets to go with your kanjeevaram. They can be later joined together and worn as a necklace with a deep necked top or a blouse.
When buying stone studded pieces some popular stones this season include yellow topaz, emerald, garnet, amethyst set in gold or silver.