Traditional Add-Ons You Can Flaunt This Karva Chauth

Traditional Add-Ons You Can Flaunt This Karva Chauth

Sure, your look is almost set, and you’ve picked the perfect outfit, jewellery, and shoes. You are probably thinking (rather dreading) about the hours of fasting that you will have to witness since now you have some time to spare. Fret not, here’s something better to think over. Why not put together a complete look with these remarkable accessories?

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Hair Accessories

Probably one of the most widely worn hair accessories across the country, maang tikka is adored by all. And why not, they add the right amount of bling to your traditional look. A minimal kundan and/or meenakari maang tikka will go with almost any type of traditional outfit you are planning to don this Karva Chauth.

If you want to notch up traditional look but still want to go simple, opt for one, or maximum two-chained, maatha patti. A simple pearl chain will add the right amount of traditional glam to your look.

Nose Rings

In fact, many urban and modern women around the country want to own a good nath to wear on special occasions. When the month of October arrives, we all are swamped with weddings to attend, poojas to dress up for and festive social events to flaunt it.

Any kundan jewellery will add the right bling and glamour to your overall look. Thanks to Bollywood, big nose rings with hair chains are back in Indian fashion and how! Stick to minimal nose rings and single-layered hair chain for the just the right touch of modern and traditional.

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Palm Bracelets

Instead of donning on glass bangles and fancy kadas, why not go simple with just a dainty palm bracelet? This is a modern version of a bracelet that goes around your palm and is sometimes linked to your fingers. They can be delicate or completely over the top with studded gems and fancy embellishments.

Gajra

One of the closest things to a married Indian woman’s heart is gajra. The fragrant ensemble of fresh flowers will give you an ultimate Karva Chauth-ready look. It is a must-worn ‘accessory’ of a married woman, especially during Indian festivities because there is something about marriage, Indian women and gajra that is pleasantly heart-warming.

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