Jewellery is an essential fashion accessory without which an Indian woman
looks incomplete in her attire. Indian jewellery in different styles,
designs and techniques are popular all over the world. Jewellery styles of
India differ from place to place. The traditional jewellery complements with
Indian traditional sarees. But, nowadays, the fashion conscious women are
also preferring fashion or costume jewellery. The look for today's woman is
simple and soft when it comes to jewellery. "Fashion jewellery"
which is more a fusion of aesthetic ideas from the east combined with the
dash and style of the west.
Types of Jewellery
- Gold jewellery
- Silver jewellery
- Beaded jewellery
- Tribal jewellery
- Metal jewellery
- Precious and semi-precious stone jewellery
- Wood jewellery
- Oxidised jewellery and so on.
What one wears should be in harmony with her personality. The middle
class woman is now matching her wardrobe with semi-precious stones of
different colours to match the scheme of her clothes. Over the last few
years branded jewellery has discreetly found its way into the jewel box of
the contemporary woman. Brands like Tanishq, Oysterbay, Gili, De Beers and
Carbon have made their way. For those who don't want to get caught in ethnic
wear, inexpensive brands offering simple and delicate designs are available.
Loop earrings are in after a long time now. A dozen, or may be two dozen,
bangles in metal or glass match well with Indian outfits and give a touch of
Indian style even to western outfits. Costume jewellery is inexpensive and
savvy. Diamonds and platinum are favoured among the well to do with
Nakshatra diamonds and international brand jewellery coming in.