Earrings are an impeccable part of a woman’s wardrobe. They can easily up your glam-quotient for the day without having to make the effort to match it with your dress. From traditional to funky, embellished to minimalistic ones, these accessories from our everyday routine or a special event cannot be missed.
The year 2020 by far has been all about spending time indoors and celebrating special occasions with loved ones, but who said you need to compromise on style quotient. So, here we are, with a list of trendy earrings you’d love to try this festive season…
The evergreen statement piece among earrings is no other than our very own jhumkas. There is nothing as traditional as a pair of lovely jhumkas. You can pair them with jeans and kurta for an Indo- western attire, use the gold ones from Moms’ wardrobe to wear it with saree, Lehenga, or a simple salwar-kameez and make a great style statement.
One of the most loved ear accessories by women, Tiered jhumkaas have been a favourite for about a year now. A fresh and beautiful take on the traditional jhumkaas, tiered ones allow room for a longer, slimmer look without having to give up on the original ones. Best suited for a contemporary, ethnic look.
The traditional earring of Kashmiri women has a pair of danglers and an extra chain with a drop. You’d find a Kashmiri bride wearing Dejhoor earrings on her wedding day. Rafted in Meenakari or gold, these earrings are embedded with precious gems like Sapphire, Emerald, and Pheroza and touch the shoulders of the women adorning it. Pair it with a set of Kurti and Sharara or a Lehenga to look your best.
If you are more into modern jewellery and a lover of funky earrings, then ear cuffs is what you should opt for. It’s the hottest pick for any season and makes any outfit look more fashionable. A wide range of these latest addition in ear accessories is available online. Choose a stone-embedded ear cuff, an ear cuff with jhumkaas or a feather-light ear cuff for your special occasion. You can pair them with any traditional or Indo-western attire.
Remember Deepika Padukone in Ram Leela? Ever since we saw her adorning that exquisite piece of jewellery onscreen, it’s settled in our hearts. The name comes from the look- Chand meaning the Moon which forms the crescent part of the earring, and Bali is an ear accessory. Chand Baalis were widely used during the Mughal era and has been a part of women’s fashion wardrobe ever since. Add Chand Baalis to your look for a royal touch.
As name suggests, these earrings look like a beautiful pair of Chandelier, starting from a stud and getting broader towards the end. They are the perfect pick to add glamour to your dress and overall look. If you are dressing up in an Indo-western outfit like a Floor length gown with dupatta or an Anarkali suit, opt for these earrings to sparkle. You may also choose to do away with any other accessory when adorning a pair of Chandelier earrings.
Kundan Polki Earrings
If you are looking forward to create a different look this year, go for something that doesn’t dangle beyond your earlobe. Kundan-polki stud earrings in different sizes have been in vogue for quite sometime now. They have made it to bridal trousseaus and blend very well with other jewelry pieces you adorn. Pair your Kundan-polki or Kundan-Meenakari stud with a saree or a Lehenga, and don’t forget to tie your hair into a bun.
Earrings are not just an ornament but make a part of your style statement, an extension of your personality. This festive season break away from the monotony and try these lovely pieces of jewelry to create a new look for yourself.