Anklets are one of the most graceful pieces of jewellery. They not only adorn your feet but also go so well with an array of different types of outfits. These days, women wear them on denims as well. The tinkling ghungroos and the right amount of glint will add a hint of Indianness to your look. Here are 10 different traditional designs of anklets to choose from for this festive season.
If you are going to wear any monotone or monochrome traditional outfit, opt for these anklets; they will give a pop of colour to your overall look. You can even go for a pair of multicoloured stone anklets to team with such outfits.
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These anklets are the bridge between modern and tradition for Indian girls; these go well with casual as well as traditional outfits. You can wear them with a pair of jeans or with leggings.
Notch up your jewellery set by opting for pearl anklets. They look extremely regal yet absolutely supple. They look best on outfits which are of creme, beige or white colour.
Kundan anklets are many bride’s to-go style of anklets. But that does not mean you can’t opt for a good pair of kundan anklets to wear during festivities. Wear them on dark and deep hued sarees or salwar kameez.
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The Rajasthani design of jewellery will never disappoint you. Nowadays, most of the ‘designed’ silver anklet in the market have meenakari work on them. You can wear these on daily basis as well.
Meant to wear on daily basis, silver band anklets are what you should opt if you want to keep it simple. Don’t go on their simple look, they will definitely adorn your feet nevertheless.
Chunky Silver Anklets
Chunk silver anklets are to die for! especially when you are all gaga about a little hip-a little traditional look. Think about Banjara women and their sexy beautiful feet adorned by such chunky silver anklets…! Wearing them with a simple cotton saree will not only make you look sexy and graceful but also feel it.
When your pocket money is showing a red alert but you still want to purchase something as beautiful as chunky or simple silver anklets, go for oxidised ones (unless you are not allergic to them). You can pair them literally with every thing; even with cute summer dress to add some funk and indo-western touch to it.
When you want to make a grand and gracefully tinkling entrance in a festive social event wear the heavy ghungroo anklets. They might be too much for a modern woman’s taste but haven’t we all been dreaming of owning a pair like these in our childhood? Wear them on a lavish layered anarkali and a pair of chudidar salwar or leggings.
Toe Ring Attached
These were, are and will be favourites of brides all over the country. There is nothing as sensuous, feminine and beautiful as the combination of henna (or alta) and toe rings with attached anklets. To mellow down all the bridal jazz for this type of jewellery, opt for simple anklet chains attached to the simple band for toe rings.