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Trendy Ways for Styling Indian Jewelry with Western Outfits

We all have a boxful of traditional Indian jewellery bought over the years. Not to forget our mom’s selected jewel pieces we love to indulge in, on special occasions! But why have a limit on when you can wear traditional Indian jewellery? Break stereotypes and wear those Indian jewellery with western outfits. Just a bit of style aesthetics and you’ll be the style guru for all your friends! Read on to know how you can mix & match & have fun being you!

Let’s start off slow anklets with jeans. Those silver trinkets of joy can be worn with a pair of jeans or that flowy skirt and they will fit right in. Big payals too work wonders to create a mystic look. 

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  • Kundan/ Polki with dressy gowns

Kundan/Jadau and Polki work jewellery has long been in the ‘only wedding, traditional functions wear’ category. Take cue from style icons like Deepika Padukone & Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, a chunky kundan necklace with a dressy gown works wonders to add panache to your look.

  • Jhumka gira re off shoulder tops pe

Jhumkas are ever present in some shape or form in every Indian girl’s jewellery box. Gracing your ears with these timeless beauties while wearing a cold shoulder or odd shoulder top or dress, will add a royal touch to your persona.

  • Oxidised exuberance

Any of the big, small or chunky pieces of oxidised jewellery you got will go really well with Indo western wear.  Pair oxidised jewellery with just about anything and have your Goa mood on just like that. From earrings, to bracelets oxidised jewellery is in plenty to mix and match!


  • Chandbali aur monochrome dresses ki Jodi

Jab chand sa roshan ho chehra toh Chandbalis with a completely monochromatic dress is a match made in heaven.


  • I like big headgears and I cannot lie

Maangtikas and paasas are not just wedding only jewellery any more. Big headgears worn on a shimmering piece of gown will add the right amount of jazz, so you make heads turn wherever you go.

  • Meenakari earrings, bangles galore

Meenakari work is so artistic and pristine that it is a work of art. Pair the fresh colours of meenakari earrings and bangles with a floral jumper and be a complete angel. 


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  • Colour stone danglers 

It’s not just jhumkas, those big colour stone danglers will make your net work tops or even off shoulder dresses look brighter.

  •  Kamarband on a maxi dress 

Kamarbandh are traditionally worn by brides. But cinching up your waist with a kamarbandh will give you the perfect hourglass figure, the epitome of beauty!

  • Bole choodiyan with crisp blazers

Gold bangles, tode and such can be worn only with benarasi sarees and heavy ghagra cholis? We think not. Stack up your gold bangles and kadas with a crisp blazer for a sleek look.

A little bit of old with a splash of new makes for a merry combination. Do try these combinations and let us know how it works for you! You can share your pictures on Instagram and tag us our social media handles are stated below. Let us know if we have missed out any traditional jewellery with modern outfits combinations.

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