This year Diwali is on October 20 and its festivity can be felt much in advance. As shopping for the festival commences before hand, markets are all decorated to welcome potential customers. From styling homes to preparing traditional cuisines, people still follow the age old rituals to celebrate Diwali. Ganesh-Lakshmi idols are worshipped and toys made of sugar are still unavoidable part of puja thalis.Women are especially excited for the festival as they get to flaunt their ethnic avatar on such occasions. Whether it for the puja or Diwali bash, they want to look flawless. Often in excitement we pay attention only to our outfits, thus ignoring accessories which play an important part in accentuating our look. This Diwali, try these amazing jewellery pieces to wow everyone.
Neck piece: If you are wearing a simple cotton anarkali, you can pair it with this leafy neck piece. It is sober and classy. How about mixing traditional with Bohemian style? Absoultely stunning, right? You can try such neck pieces to bring out the chic in you. If you are bored of those kundan and pearl set and want to experiment, then go for such colourful neck pieces. They are perfect choice for salwar suit, lehenga and even saree.
Kamarband: Nothing looks as sexy as a kamarband. Pearl, stone or oxidised piece, it looks great with lehenga and saree. Pair your single coloured simple lehenga or saree with kamarband and see the magic. The band tied on the waistline enhances beauty of women.
Anklet: Don't make your feet feel like an underdog. Select the most stylish yet traditional anklet to complete your overall look. You can go for a heavily layered payal or even a simple one.
Nose pin: Amp up your glam quotient with the most trendy nose pins. You can also choose nose rings for the occasion. There are ample of designs and sizes available in the market ranging from silver nose pins to the gold ones. Nose pins and rings give a complete different look to your face.
Ear cuffs: Unlike earrings, ear cuffs cover your ear and accentuate the traditional look. Pair it with simple lehenga or saree and flaunt your inner diva. There is no dearth of designs in the market. From trendy to traditional, you can pick your favourite as per your outfit.