Six stunning jewellery pieces that will pair beautifully with your ethnic ensembles!
Kundan, Polki, Temple are the Internet’s latest obsessions. They are ours too! This writer has often played dress up with their mom’s heirloom pieces and can safely tell you that nothing pairs better with your new Binks blouse and saree like a stunning Indian piece.
Below, we’ve collated a list of six stunning jewellery pieces that will pair beautifully with your ethnic ensembles! So if you are surfing the Internet for new or trying to repurpose the old ones, here is a quick guidebook on pairing different jewellery types with different types of Indian wear!
6 jewellery types that work best with Indian wear
Kundan jewellery is a staple among Indian women. After all, it is very versatile as it comes in different sizes with various combinations! A simple Kundan set with necklace and earrings pairs beautifully with a flowy satin saree or a sharara. For a more dramatic look, work them with zardosi filled lehengas.
Next, let’s talk about Polki necklaces that compliment a myriad of Indian embroidery work – chikankari, kashmiri, kantha, aari and more! One is spoiled for choices as they come in chokers, short necklaces, or even harams. Furthermore, we recommend wearing this polki pieces with anarkalis and traditional salwar sets with loose curls and kohl-rimmed eyes!
When it comes to Indian wear, nothing says flamboyance like a bold and beautiful diamond necklace. We suggest pairing a diamonds with sequinned sarees, embellished lehengas or even pastel-shaded Kanchipuram saree!
Kemp jewellery comes in a variety of styles. Usually available in 92.5 silver, kemp jewellery pieces have rubies encrusted in various peacock shaped designs taking form in earrings and necklaces. Moreover, you can style these colourful accessories with your plain tussar silk sarees or kota salwar sets!
Temple jewellery works best when worn with Indian colours for a traditional look or deeper sunset hues for a fusion look. If you are a South Indian bride, we recommend temple jewellery with zardosi or mirror work embroidery as it elevates the overall look.
Finally, believe that every woman should invest in a simple pearl necklace. Stylish and understated, pearls have a charm that can work with Indian and western wear effortlessly. If you are experimenting with pearls, style them with plain chiffon sarees or a ready-to-wear saree gown.
Disclaimer: All outfits are stitched by Binks. All jewellery images are sourced from Pinterest for this feature.
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