We adore imitation jewellery for endless reasons. It’s inexpensive, versatile, trendy, and classy in its own unique way. All festivals, customs, and traditions undeniably miss that sparkle and charm without the touch of imitation jewellery in India. And to sway the Durga Pooja festivities, here we spill the beans on how to decorate your closet so that you look nothing less than outstandingly beautiful.


Tip 1: Befriend kundan jewellery

Kundan jewellery is the talk of the town for obvious reasons. It is gorgeous to look at, stunning to parade around, and also quite royal in appearance. Kundan earrings, kundan necklace, and kundan jewellery sets make wonderful choices to adorn on Durga Pooja. What we recommend is to first zero down on a sari and then look for artificial kundan jewellery online that coordinates with its style and colour.

Tip 2: Go glam with jhumka earrings and a long chain necklace

There is something about jhumkas that we truly admire. Innately Indian and exquisitely elegant, these pieces of earrings add that much-needed cultural touch to Durga Pooja festivities. To add an extra dose of finesse to the look, pair the jhumka earrings with a long chain necklace. Keep in mind that the proportion of the two should be aptly balanced. If the jhumkas are short, you can play around with heavily embellished necklaces like polki or jadau. Know your taste and style accordingly.

Tip 3: Let your hands do the talking, too

Ladies, believe us. Your hands can also make an outstanding statement if the accessories are aptly selected. To make a lasting impression, go bold with a gold and pearl hand bracelet, and if you’re looking for something more traditional, wrap your wrists in the splendor of gold-plated meenakari work bangles. To add more emphasis to the traditional look, finish the style appeal with a gemstone statement ring. During Durga Pooja, you’re sure to offer prayers to the Goddess by conducting the ritual of aarti. While doing so, why not let your hands steal the show?

Tip 4: Invest in some ravishing headgear

Isn’t it human tendency to look at someone from top to bottom? To get that ‘oh my God’ reaction, we strongly suggest accessorizing your head with a maang tikka or a passa. While doing so, tie your hair neatly in a bun, though this is not a hard and fast rule as your silky strands can anyway cast a spell. If you want to add more femininity to the look, you may as well go for floral headgear with complementing haath phool. The only point to be careful of is not to overdo it. Whatever you choose to adorn, keep it simple yet sophisticated.

Durga Pooja is a wonderful time to buy ethnic jewellery online. With so many options available out there, it is natural that you may get confused. But with royal imitation jewellery by your side, all you should focus on is making some lasting memories and swaying the festivities.


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Divya Shetty