Exquisite ethnic Indian earrings are staple to every women’s jewellery box. These heavy and unique earrings are a must have for bridal trousseaus. These earrings be in chandeliers, jhumkas or drop earrings add glamour to an outfit you wear and work wonders to get you be the centre of attraction in any party or wedding or even a festival!
It is important to remember that the right earrings will draw attention to your face and enhance your most attractive qualities .
It is no doubt that huge chandelier earrings or delicate danglers add the required elegance to the person wearing it and gives an ethnic look. These earrings are perfect for all occasions as they look great with different types of dresses. But they are complete no to pair with LBD’s or western wear!
As beautiful they are they are not the always the easiest piece of jewellery to wear. Here are a few do’s and don’ts of wearing ethnic earrings.
Do’s and Don'ts to remember while choosing and wearing ethnic earrings :
- Don’t try to pair these set of earrings with short dresses and halter neck maxis or even on jeans, they often end up a look rated as a DISASTER !
- They go well with sarees, ghagras, anarkali suits , floor length anarkalis, bridal wear , salwar kameez and lehengas…
- To show of the real beauty of these earrings you actually took so much pain to wear such heavy stuff, tie your hair up into an elegant ponytail, or a neat /messy bun. You can also part all your hair at the side to show of these beauties!
- Its important you match your ethnic earrings with the outfit you are wearing in order to look beautiful.
- These type of earrings can get very heavy hence its important you find the right earring clasp or hook wala balis ! I prefer hook jhumkas and chandelier earrings with a chain at the back to hook it to my hair for support!
- Don’t wear your earrings before the event has started , as they are heavy and tend to cause pain if worn for longer periods but a few earrings are light , choose wisely according to how much time you’ll be spending at the event/function.
- Its recommended to wear heavy chand balis and jhumkas only when you are leaving for the event at the last moment .
- Don’t mix and match your ethnic earrings with huge statement necklaces as they often tend to give ugly cluttered look.
- Don’t wear heavy ethnic earrings the whole day as they tend to elongate the earlobe .
- Don’t wear them on a professional attire , it will end up giving an unprofessional look. Even though you could wear small or light danglers they give a simple professional attire a fashionable edge.
Also I am so Loving the ethnic earrings celebrities from our very own Blooywood are sporting ! Want all of them ^_^ . Next time you go shopping for ethnic earrings do keep all the points listed above in check!