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7 Jewellery Pieces That Go Perfectly With Your Indian Looks

Festive season or not, one wants to flaunt a saree once in a while. That gorgeous monotone saree might have appealed to you, but you keep it for a second thought only because it simple monotone and you are always in a mental tiff with yourself about what kind of jewellery can go with it. Worry not. Here are seven jewellery pieces to beautify your monotone saree even more.

Anklets

Anklets are one of the most graceful pieces of jewellery. They not only adorn your feet but also go so well with saree. These days, women wear them on denims as well. The tinkling ghungroos and the right amount of glint will add a hint of Indian-ness to your look.

Also read: 8 Traditional Styles Of Earrings You NEED To Own

Ear-Chains

Ear-chains are the perfect hassle-free hair-accessories one can swear by. And thanks to Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Deepika Padukone, the trend of these magnificent pieces of ear-hair jewellery are back in fashion and how! Go for the pearl ones with golden earrings and the ash-grey pearls with silver or oxidised earrings.

Statement Rings

Statement earrings have raged like fire in the fashion industry since a long time now. The intricately designed ones were made famous by Indian royal ladies in the past multiple centuries, but the solid rock ones or simply metal ones have been popular amongst those who want to add a single glint to a minimal look.

Kamarband

Probably one of the few Indian jewellery pieces that can boost the sex appeal like anything. Wear a single-chained or simple oxidised kamarband or kamarpatta on your saree.

Also read: 5 Traditional Clutches To Rock This Festive Season

Chunky Kadas

They are so hassle-free and a boon for those who do not like the clinking of bangles. The chunky ones work great on kurti and chudidars too. They adorn your hands gracefully.

Oxidised Jhumkas

It will an understatement to say that oxidised jhumkas are loved by all. Right from college-going girls to elderly women, oxidised jhumkas are worn by all. They give the right amount of rugged but graceful touch to your look.

Nose Rings

 

Gone are the days when nose rings were considered uncool. The silver or the oxidised ones are loved by all, literally. Wear a wide nose ring and team it with a pair of oxidised jhumkas, you are good to go!

Also read: 7 Cotton Saree Styles You Can Flaunt This Ganesh Chaturthi

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