How to add pinch of antique jewellery to your office wear

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he one thing that can bring a smile instantly on a womans face are those pretty trinkets that can instantly give a stylish lift to an ordinary outfit.

Pair your white kurti with jhumkas or chandbalis

 

If you are wearing a simple Indian kurta and want to add a bit of glam, pretty jhumkas or chandbalis and long dangling but not flashy earrings can perfectly lend a trendy traditional touch to your look!

Opt for ethnic oxidised or minakari earrings

If you want to avoid wearing real jewellery you can always opt for ethnic oxidized or minakari earrings for a festive look.

Pair your saree with a chunky neckpiece

 

Sometimes our traditional saree also needs an uplift and a bit of glam – A chunky neckpiece is enough to do the magic.

Don’t like wearing a necklace? Go for silver jewellery

If you don’t like wearing a necklace with your saree then opt for silver jewellery or delicate fashion jewellery but do leave out glittery stuff with your saree.

Don’t wear all your accessories

Remember while accessorizing do not wear everything at once. Always wear one standout accessory you wish to highlight.

Go minimalistic with formals

While wearing western formals do follow a minimalistic approach but yes, don’t forget to experiment. Opt for subtle pieces like studs in gold, pearls or diamond and colourful hoops that will compliment your outfit.

Colour me red

Add a splash of colour to a monochrome outfit with a pair of elegant earrings or a statement neckpiece.

Add some bling for office parties

While attending office parties you can jazz up an ordinary outfit with some bling by choosing interesting designs embellished in floral motifs, as they are both unique and feminine. White gold can be paired perfectly for your evening wear. A bold cocktail ring will also do the trick