Traditional bling is the flavour of the season
September, October mark the beginning of the festive season with Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri followed by Diwali. Festivals are an important part of India’s culture. They are celebrated with great pomp and gaiety. These celebrations are special for another reason as well.., it’s the time to catch up with friends and relatives.
Festivals are also the time to look your best. Women step out adorning the trendiest dresses along with the latest in festival jewellery. The big, bright jewellery pieces shine! Women, young and old, pair chunky earrings, neck pieces and arm bands along with their ghagra cholis, anarkalis and designer sarees to complete the festive look. Gold and silver jewellery is also popular during the festive season and when teamed with a beautiful dress, it fits the festive mood perfectly.
As there will be back-to-back functions and fun gatherings, it is important that you look stylish and glowing. Here’s what is hot and what is not in jewellery this festive season:
- Trendy Maang tikas: Maang tikas are in vogue this year and are available in many sleek and trendy designs. Unlike the maang tikas of olden days, they are lighter and not too flashy in designs. The maang tikas popular nowadays are smaller but make a style, enhancing the overall look. These simple maang tikas look good with elaborate designer ghagras and chaniya cholis.
- Traditional Jewellery: Go traditional this festive season and bring out all that yesteryear beauties in gold and silver that are locked away in the cupboards. Traditional neckpieces, earrings and bracelets match up well with all festive outfits. The traditional touch can never go wrong.
- Elaborate neckpieces: Elaborate and chunky neck pieces are hugely in vogue these days. Whether it is a long chain or a choker piece, intricately designed pieces are what women prefer to flaunt for special occasions. It perfectly complements attires in both bold shades or subtle hues.
- Classy hand ornaments: Elegantly designed hand ornaments and haat phools are making a comeback this festive season. These jewellery trinkets are designed to blend well with any outfit—be it a designer saree or a heavily embroidered chaniya choli. Hand ornaments are a must-have in every girl’s wardrobe during this festive season.
As always Jos Alukkas has a new and varied collection of jewellery, with many intricately designed pieces, up on offer this festive season. So do drop by at your nearest Jos Alukkas showroom to revel in the spirit and sparkle of festivities.