Call them classics, must-haves, timeless, celebrity-inspired, or whatever, but the glory of traditional jewellery is known to many. They make or break the look, making it imperative to choose one wisely. It can be paired with numerous styles - fusion sarees, contemporary lehengas; Or our good old banarasi silk sarees or zardozi embroidered kurta sets. Since we are running a Big Luxury Sale at Aza which is offering up to 80% off on season's It closet-essentials, we thought about taking you through some of the best traditional jewellery styles that we liked, inspired by our favourite celebrities.
Sit back and check out the fabulous hand-picked add-ons for you that can be the best finishing touches to your look. Happy shopping!
Chandbaalis have a separate fan-base when it comes to traditional jewellery. This timeless piece, shaped like a crescent moon, is a must-have bauble that looks gorgeous with ethnic, contemporary, or even western styles. Katrina Kaif inspires us to go pro statement chandbaalis and stay away from other jewellery. Check out these options to wear with your modern lehenga now!
Chandbaalis With Bead Tassels
This style is an extension of the classic chandbaali. Janhvi Kapoor's latest look had us swooning over the traditional jewellery with beaded tassels. Wear it with a kurta set or a contemporary saree to stun in these shoulder-grazing beauties. Here are the best hand-picked options for you.
Temple jewellery is considered as an invaluable heirloom-worthy bauble. Much rightly so, this stunning piece of jewellery is saved for super-important occasions, like a wedding or engagement. Shraddha Kapoor inspires us to wear this style with our mom's silk saree. Check out your options below.
Jhumkas are every girl's weakness. If you're like me who cannot resist the temptation to get your hands on any kind of jhumkas that you get - like oxidized, temple, beaded, then add this latest Karisma-approved piece in your box now! Kundan marks the ultimate sophistication when it comes to traditional jewellery, hence making it a constant part of your classic looks. You can also wear it with contemporary or fusion sarees to make the look indo-western.
Which style of traditional jewellery are you longing to wear? Let us know in the comments below. Also, don't forget to check out our Big Luxury Sale which has coveted styles up to 80% off.