New Delhi: Many people think that tribal jewellery is only major runway trend.
Bright colors, bold chunky pieces, a lot of wood, ceramic, zebra and giraffe prints, kente cloth, batik, caftans, earth tones, flowing peasant blouses, trade beads and large statement pieces are all part of the style branded "tribal," or sometimes "ethnic."
You will also see particularly bright, zany or mixed-media pieces often marked as "tribal."
When we describe tribal jewelry as pleasingly primitive, bright and fun, pleasantly unrefined, we are extending that to tribal people.
Most of the people think that tribal jewellery can only be worn on ramp or by celebrities but it's not like that.
We common people too can flaunt these chunky pieces with elan. Don't go for neckpiece, hand cuffs or bold earrings in one look but try to accommodate at least one piece in your look.
Suppose if you are wearing an ethic tribal print saree or salwaar-kameez, you can glamourize it with a heavy chunk of neckpiece or earrings.
These days' long skirts with ethic prints are quite popular among young Indian girls. You can wear hand cuffs to make your attire look more attractive.
Next what you can do with your jewellery is to place the necklace on the crown of your head. It will add festivity to your look.
The majority of pieces in the market for the tribal jewellery are fusion of old and new trends, so it will give you different ways to dress up in style.
Tribal jewellery gives you an opportunity to stand different from crowd and that also in style. Hold on! Tribal jewellery is not restricted to women only.
There are a variety of things even for men. From silver ear cuffs to statement neckpiece, even men can display their style.
'Kamarband' is a part of jewellery which is loved by all Indian women. This piece of jewellery makes you look sexy. You can wear a tribal kamarband with a silk, chiffon sarees.
So, go grab your piece of tribal jewellery and be ready to get compliments!