Come Navratri and a large part of India bustles with people shopping for lehenga cholis, oxidised jewellery and dandiya sticks. The latest fad is to wear a new outfit every day for the entire 9-day event of Navratri. However, if you are not willing to splurge on nine outfits, you can go for a new piece of oxidised jewellery.
Here are some appealing jewellery picks for Navratri –
#1 Traditional oxidised necklaces studded with stones
These oxidised traditional necklaces which come with a large pendant have an ethnic appearance. These necklaces are studded with stones which compliment your lehenga choli. Don’t forget to wear a pair of mojaris to complete the look.
#2 Oxidised necklace sets studded with beads
If you are not fond of the plain texture of oxidised jewellery, you can opt for this unique oxidised jewellery blended with colourful stones. Unlike the classic necklace, these necklace sets studded with coloured beads give a contemporary look. Who said Navratri attire should only look traditional!
#3 Oxidised necklace sets with danglers
These oxidised necklace sets with danglers look traditional and are meant for people who love to dance to the Garba/Dandiya tunes. These danglers produce melodious sounds when one is in motion. These necklace sets go really well with those lehenga cholis with mirror work which are a speciality during Navratri.
#4 Dual tone jhumki style earrings
If you are not fond of those heavy necklace sets, you can opt for something that looks festive but is lightweight at the same time. Whether you are wearing a lehenga choli or even a heavy kurti this Navratri, this dual tone jhumki style earrings would really compliment your outfit.
#5 Oxidised earrings with a twist
These oxidised earrings are a little dramatic. These earrings look distinct and are the perfect addition to your collection of festive jewellery. These designs are rare to find and are fine crafted to suit your personality.
#6 Statement oxidised bracelets
These statement oxidised kadas are extremely versatile and would go with all your Navratri outfits. You can even go for these kadas if you are wearing something simpler and less formal like a kurti or salwar kameez.
#7 Durga Maa Pendants – Wear it on the 8th night of Navratri
Every year, Durgashtami falls on the eight night of Navratri. On this day, you can wear a specially crafted Durga Maa pendant along with your Navratri outfit.