Latest Jewellery Trends That You Must Flaunt on This Diwali Season


This Diwali, let us make a promise to set to dress like a diva and set the floor on fire. For the perfect attire, you will need the aura of a complimenting jewellery set. This is where a lady gets confused. Despite having the best options in the wardrobe, it is really confusing to find and choose the right set for your Diwali ethnic and western attire.

The experts are here to rescue you from the dilemma. You can find the following tips from the top fashion experts in the industry and discover the best combination of jewellery and Diwali dresses. It will be easier to make proper segmentation to understand what is best for your different attires.

Designer Jewellery to Sparkle on Diwali

1. Beautiful Earrings

A pair of earrings can set the right tone for your attire. Knowing different popular trends complimenting your ethnic attires will turn out to be a superpower this Diwali. Prefer Latkans with ghagra choli, simple sarees and kurtas. Let these earrings grab the attention. Jhumkas, on the other hand, made of pearls and gold, will be the best part of your Anarkali suits. You can also go simple in this case. If you have decided to go bold this Diwali, choose elegant studs which you can wear with western wear. Chandbalis go well with chaniya choli look. Chandelier earrings look excellent with sarees and Indo western gowns. Choose solid colour indo western dress and add exclusive chandelier earrings for a divine look.

2. Unique Nose Rings

The nose rings are back on the fashion trends. The ladies out there love it. In fact, these rings are the ideal addition to your jewellery set you want to adore this Diwali. Single hoops with a minimalist design are perfect choices for bolder and shimmering looks. You can also go for septum nose hoops made of sterling silver or gun metal for a mixed western look. Kundan rings with pearl studs in the chain are a brilliant choice for a full ethnic wear. Make sure that your dress has the bling to match its aura with the kundan rings.

3. Magnificent Necklace

The third most important part of your jewellery items is a necklace. For this, you will have to consider the necklines of your dresses first. Layered necklaces go well with the high-neck blouses. You can also wear them with a strapless and off-shoulder western wear. The heavier designs of Jadau and Kundan jewellery suit well with heavier lehenga designs and embellished sarees. Diamond necklaces and earrings will always be the best choice for any kind of occasion. The festival of sparkles will become more interesting when you adorn a simple diamond necklace with your ethnic attire. A sophisticated dress will also need a bling necklace.

The most popular trend these days is the asymmetric necklace options. The designs have no particular symmetry which offers the ideal look with your western and ethnic wear. Simpler designs with eclectic shapes will add a nice feature to your attire.

4. Splendid Pendants

Adding a designer pendant will give a unique feature to your attire to flaunt. The pendant will alone attract a lot of attention from the onlookers. All you have to do is to make a perfect choice. Let us find out the trending pendant designs. Silver gem-studded pendants are on the roll. The simple designs will complement your dress choices perfectly. You can also choose a single-gem pendant for a minimalist touch. Small round or abstract gold pendants can be a great choice for this festive season. You can also go for an elegant conglomeration of top ethnic pendants with your western or fusion dress. Find out your dress and then go for a pedant hunt to discover the best designs compatible with your attire.

5. Sparkling Bangles

The next part of your dream attire is bangles. This year, add some bling to your jewellery choices. Gold plate bangles are the top choices for your exclusive saree and blouse combination. The latest trend is to wear thread bangles with exotic colour combinations. You will enjoy the flexibility of choosing the right colour palette for your ethnic wear.

What can go wrong when you adorn classic bangles studded with diamonds? Ladies, let’s make a strong style statement this Diwali and give the onlookers a reason to feel envy. Serene silver bangles are also a prime choice to add to your neutral palette outfits. If you are looking for budget-friendly options then choose oxidized bangles for their remarkable black silvery tinge.

6. Magical Anklets

This is an age-old fashion statement that still draws us towards it. When you are going full ethnic, a pair of anklets can be the magical touch you are looking for. The mesmerizing designs go well with ghagras, lehengas, sarees and kurtas. In fact, the top minimalist designs are fabricated for western and indo western dresses as well.

Simple star and black studded anklets are also a brilliant choice for skirts, A-line dresses, long skirts, frocks, etc. You can also make a bold style statement by choosing metal anklets to give the onlookers a small shock.

7. Fantastic Toe Rings

Nothing looks sexier than a toe ring with your indo western or ethnic attire. Generally, toe rings are adorned by married Hindu women. In most cases, the latest choices circle around single strand toe rings made of gold. This simple design is ideal to pair with ethnic dresses such as minimalist sarees and long kurtas.

Diamond studded toe rings made of silver are also brilliant choices to go with for any occasion. When Diwali is knocking on the door, choose a dark-coloured saree and wear these diamond toe rings to give a new twist to your ethnic attire. Triple toe ring designs might sound old and vintage but have an elegant charm to add to your Indian attire.

Finally your choice will definitely make a huge difference. Choose your dresses first and then start digging deeper for a perfect set of jewellery items. Make sure that all the items you choose complement each other perfectly. Discover the best jewellery sets and look like a trendsetting diva this Diwali.

Vaishali Mhaske
Vaishali Mhaske
Hey! Nice to meet you! I'm Vaishali. I am a Puneri girl, Extrovert and Lover of Road trips and Swiss rolls. Among many passions, "Playing Dhol" is on top of my list. Always love to enjoy my own company.