Apart from lighting up our houses, exchanging gifts, gorging on sweets; one thing we all love doing during Diwali is flaunting our new clothes, jewelry and clicking a lot of pictures with our family members and friends. It’s that time of the year when even tomboyish girls are expected to wear something ethnic! All of us would agree that this is one festival when our parents themselves make us buy new clothes, accessories, etc.
Selecting clothes is still fine but jewelry is something that we girls find extremely tricky. After all no one wants to end up looking twice one’s age! But, worry not. Allow Anika, Naira, Gauri and Shivangi to give you some khidkitod jewelry tips this Diwali.
If your outfit is inclined more towards Indo-western look, don’t hesitate to try fusion jewelry. Lace chokers, statement matha pattis, shoulder-length earrings when used in innovative ways can add a festive appeal to your outfit.
Shivangi (Naagin 2)
One fashion advise or jewelry tip for Diwali is to keep it chic with simple accessories. Wear just one statement piece – it could be a nose ring, a maang teeka, jhumkas or chaand baalis.
Naira (Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai)
If you are some one who loves wearing jewelry then you can also go for a heavier look while keeping the budget in check. Just remember the ground rule, don’t over do it by wearing everything because you surely don’t want to look like a Christmas tree. Like for example, if you are wearing a maangteeka and long danglers, you can skip the necklace. Just pair it up with a silk suit or a saaree and get ready to feel like a queen.
Team up your kurtis and palazzos with hoops, pearl earrings or the cult jhumkas. You can wear an elaborate wrist cuff like Gauri Kumari Sharma wears on Ishqbaaz or can create a distinct look by wearing a lot of colorful bangles in one hand.
I hope these tips come handy to you while deciding your look tonight. Do tell us in the comments section below how did it all turn out. May you have a stylish Diwali.