Navratri 2017: Know How To Mix ‘N’ Match Your Outfit With Jewellery

| September 21 , 2017 , 17:41 IST

Navratri, the auspicious occasion is significant for celebrating new beginnings, all blinging into the celebration making investments and enjoying the festival through traditional songs and dance. This nine-day long celebration brings lot of craze among people from food to clothing.

Women are found to be more into this festival and they prefer to have new outfits for all the nine days, but here they get stuck with, how to get matching jewellery for each? As jewellery is an integral part of every woman's wardrobe. Each piece of jewellery reflects the personality and it is grandeur for every women.

So here we have some tips how to overcome the limited jewellery option this Navratri:

Gold Jewellery:

Women can start the first day of Navratri wearing gold jewellery. Golden colour is mostly common in any traditional outfit so it can be matched accordingly. As gold jewellery never goes out of fashion, it can be repeated after two or three days, matching with sarees and indo-western out.

Oxidised Jewellery:

Navratri goes all way in full tradition, chaniya cholis and garba outfits can be mixed and matched with oxidised jewellery. Oxidised jewellery with gold and silver plating easily makes your outfit look heavy and gives you that perfect festive yet modern look. One can go for different sets of oxidised jewellery easily as it is not too expensive.

Contemporary Jewellery:

You can also add contemporary jewellery to the traditional lehenga dresses. All you need to do is get creative and mix it with your outfit. As the festival itself is too colourful, we can match different coloured pearl and stone jewellery with outfits. Multi-coloured accessories can also work good with traditional outfits.

Adding to the festivity starting from Navratri one can follow the tips as mentioned above and you will definitively enjoy wearing different style each day of Navratri.
Here’s wishing all our readers a very Happy Navratri!

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