Oxidized jewellery is as adaptable as a gymnast and complements both Indian and Western outfits. It is both affordable and appealing. It gives your western ensemble an ethnic twist, giving the ensemble a fusion feel. So, here are five different ways to wear your oxidised jewellery.
The office necessities:
Every woman to be able to find jewellery that is uniquely hers. Planning office attire and jewellery that strike a balance between beauty, comfort, and decency, on the other hand, can take things to the next level of difficulty.
Tip: Style small stud earrings, neckpieces, and finger rings with a white shirt and a trouser to add quirk to your outfit. It’s the easiest to experiment with because they require less attention and are less uncomfortable when worn for a long time.
The ethnic edge:
In a time when everyone is wearing gold, polki, or diamond jewellery, you stand out by wearing an oxidised silver stack. They represent the beauty of Indian ethnic jewellery, whether it’s Oxidized Silver Jhumkas, chanbalis, or hanging dfangler earrings.
Tip: Wear any traditional oxidised jewellery with kurtis/kurtas and sarees to instantly enhance your look. Combine floral motifs with the ever-popular jhumkas to create an irresistible look that will turn heads in any room.
As summer approaches, with a smidgeon of spring thrown in for good measure, you can play around with your style and colours to your heart’s content. Color blocking with oversized clothing and personalising jewellery can be a fun way to change up your look.
Tip: To add a twist to your outfit, stack several layerings of silver oxidised chains with a kaftan or any fusion wear instead of wearing a single large necklace.
Nothing beats chunky oxidised silver jewellery to add a boho touch to your ensemble and transform your overall look. You can incorporate elements that you enjoy, such as wildlife, stars, tiny bells, shells, or even a traditional Indian dangler, but be prepared to draw everyone’s attention.
Tip: For an aesthetically pleasing Bohemian look, pair chunky silver oxidised jewellery with long skirts and tie-up shirts styled with a high ponytail, or wear a scarf with an off shoulder top paired with silver oxidised stackable rings to add glam to your look.
Bring out the Screen Drama:
Gone are the days when you had to wait until a wedding ceremony or a reception party to wear a traditional Maang tikka. Simply pair it with the best appropriate outfit to transform into a Bollywood diva in no time.
Tip: You can wear them with a saree, lehenga, or evening gown. When worn with an indo-western outfit, these Maang tika create a bold and stunning look too.
With inputs from Rubans Jewellery