If you’re looking for an awesome, versatile, and classy jewelry pick for the upcoming Navratri season, then you’ve landed on the right page! Jhumka – the eternally favorite, timeless, and classic earring that has been lovingly adorned by Indian women of all ages is what you need to bank on as the highlighting accessory for your festive chaniya cholis. Jhumkas go perfectly well with all sorts of Indian ethnic ensembles. Available in an irresistible variety, they are indispensable in any Indian accessories collection.
The Jhumka earring- the traditional temple jewelry originating design, has lately garnered a lot of popularity. Its versatility makes it a perfect add-on for ethnic sarees as well as a chic Kurti fusion combo. From chunky dangling versions to cute and small evergreen ones, the Jhumka is a stunning accessory in all sorts of metallic surfaces.
Take to heavy, rich jadau jhumkas in real gold for your wedding staples and quirky flowery, beaded, handmade thread, and ceramic ones, for your casual wardrobe statement. While there are plenty of variants to keep up with all your occasion needs, the one jhumka style that has gained the love of all and sundry is the silver or oxidized white metal jhumkas. These are also integrally related to the fun festival of Navratri and the folk dances of Garba and dandiya. Jhumkas with red stones is another eternal favorite!
Navratri Chaniya Choli gets a huge lift when paired with lovely, stone-encrusted or silver, oxidized jhumkas. These can be your go-to accessories for all your Garba nights. And, if you are going to wear something with gold accents, you can also sport gold and Kundan style jhumkas. You can match your lehenga color with the enamel hue of the jhumka you pick – like this light blue peacock shaped one that is a something to treasure!
However, Navratri shopping can be quite tiring, as the markets are teeming, and it does get super inconvenient to brave all the crowds and scour markets for your favorite stuff after long workdays. But we have a solution! To help you get your Navratri festive look spot on, here we suggest some pocket-friendly fun jhumkas buys available online at a very reasonable price. Now, you won’t need to step out to get gorgeous!
A page from the regal fashion history, this earrings’ pair is an absolute must-have in your festive wardrobe. With a charmingly ethnic feel, this big carved pink and gold piece has little hanging faux pearls and enameling in pink. The statement earrings are sure to remain a winner in your closet for years to come!
These small and intricately carved ones with hanging pearls are perfect to go with all sorts of Navratri Chaniya Cholis. Since they are demure and subtle, they will also look great with everyday looks in casual salwar kameez and office-wear sarees.
A multiple-edged dangler that is sure to catch everyone’s eye, this statement, elaborate silver Jhumka pair is a beautiful add on for any fusion wear outfit or lehenga attire during puja, festivals, and ceremonies. You can also pair them with simple churidaar suit, bohemian skirts, and halter neck blouses. Tie your hair to show off its ornamental design!
Perfect for those twirl-friendly lehenga cholis and ensembles that have an earthy tinge, these red bead and faux pearl Jumkas with Kundan work are a highlighting classic.
Just what the stylist suggested for the vibrant festival season! These peacock jhumki earrings are adorable enough to take your breath away. The intricate work in small pieces of the imitation jewelry is a mesmerizing detail. Eternal favorites among women and girls of all ages, these will hold you in good stead long after Navratri is over. You can wear them to family functions or during Diwali parties – with a stylish lehenga choli or a designer saree.
A break away from the usual metallic or oxidized jhumkas or jhumkis, these Meenakari danglers with Kundan stones and pearl strings will always remain fresh in your imitation jewelry collection. They are versatile and classic – meeting the dressy norms of Indian festivities. For Navratri, pair them with grand-looking Anarkali suits, dressy lehengas as well as silk sarees.