How to Match Jewellery with Your Outfits

Jewellery is part and parcel of a fashion and it is true for all the women around the globe. All women who have the minimum sense of fashion and are aware of their own looks, choose their ornaments with utmost care. Indian women are no exception to this rule. In recent times, the Indian women have shown an inclination towards traditional Indian garments. Both young and middle aged women are showing a preference for ethnic Indian outfits such as Kurtis, Anarkalis and Patiala suits during celebrations. It is imperative to know what Indian fashion jewellery suits these different outfits.

The rise of the online shopping portals in India has revolutionized the traditional jewellery market in India as well. Ethnic Indian jewellery have re-designed and modified to suite the changing world of fashion.  Fashion Equation is one of the leading Fashion portals in this regard. We showcases a wide variety of both Indian fashion jewellery as well as Indian ethnic fashion garments. But it is imperative to choose the right jewellery for the right ethnic garment.If you check out our portal, you will realize that the designs of garments and jewellery complement each other:

  • The colour of your attire is very important while choosing the right designer jewellery. They should match or at least complement each other when you wear them together. 

  • The jewellery should match the outfit and not the other way round. So you should be aware of the quality and attributes of your outfit first. Complex outfits are multi-layered and need simple ornaments of gold or silver. In case of simpler outfits, you can flaunt classy pieces like a long necklace or ear piece studded with pearl. 

  • If you prefer a Saree over Lehengas and Ghagra-cholis, you should always flaunt a necklace, preferably made of precious metals. A gold necklace will be the perfect match but you can also use a silver one. Dangled earrings and bangles of the same material are will complete the look for you with a Saree. A pretty Bindi is the most traditional ornament for Indian women. One of the same colour as your Saree will really make you sparkle. 

  • When it comes to Kurtis and other sorts of Salwar’s, precious metals give away to designer jewellery. Pearls, ivories, or antique style pieces is what you should wear with a typical Indian Kurti. Ethnic Indian designer jewellery is also made of precious gems which you can wear with other sorts of ethnic garments other than a Saree. But be careful about the colour and design of these ornaments as they should match your outfit.

You will get these different jewellery sets and items at their best only on Fashion Equation. Our online portal is the best option in collections if you are looking to buy Jewellery online, simply because the items showcased on our portal are absolutely perfect for ethnic garments of your choice and showcases a wide variety of both ethnic garments and ethnic jewellery of all materials. You will have the option to select the perfect matching combination with just a few clicks on your PC. Online Jewellery shopping for your ethnic wear has been revolutionized, log on to Fashion Equation.

February 27, 2014 by 3
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