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A piece of jewellery can elevate any outfit and enhance your beauty on any occasion. Be it a wedding, a party, a formal meeting, or a festive event, you can always add on a piece of jewellery and make a statement. With a variety of types and themes, jewellery also has a wide range. Nykaa Fashion helps you provide the best curated designs in jewelry. Check out the best of collections in jewellery and choose the ones you love. With special discounts, multiple offers, easy exchanges, and returns, shopping online has never been easier.
Be it earrings, neckpieces, or handcuffs, Nykaa Fashion has you all covered with a wide variety of types of jewellery. You’ll love accessorizing with these pieces as they grab attention wherever you go and make you set a great impression. Brilliantly crafted, they’ll make you feel a touch of the divine and radiate an incredible aura. Some of the types of jewellery that can be shopped on Nykaa Fashion are listed as follows.
Worn since the Bronze Age, earrings have always been a popular jewellery item for women for years. Today, even men love sporting them. Coming in all sorts of designs like studs, hoops, drops, dangle, etc, they are commonly attached to the ear lobe, but can also be worn on other parts of the ear. They have been worn by people of different civilizations and have always been of cultural importance.
One of the oldest types of jewellery, Necklaces were made from bones and teeth in the pre-historic ages. Today, they have become extremely trendy and are a style staple in many cultures. There are many types within necklaces as well. Bead chain necklaces that are made of small beads, cable chain necklaces with circular rings in an alternating manner, Figaro chains with a distinctive design are some of the few options to look for. Pendants are also one of the loved choices these days. Here the locket is the eyecatcher and gives off an extremely elegant look.
A piece of jewellery worn in India since ancient times, the word bangle derived from the Hindi word bangri. A bangle is a type of bracelet that has no closure and is made to be worn on the wrist with an open design. Hence, they hold a special value in India due to their cultural significance. It is a must-have accessory among married women who wear it as a good luck charm.
Rings have been a part of jewellery since the earliest days of humans. The earliest form of a ring was a signet ring that highlighted its owner. Then came the engagement ring which was used as a pledge of commitment. As time passed, several designs and styles of rings came into the market. Regardless of the occasion, rings always enhance the beauty of ones hands and can be worn in various designs and shapes.5. Maangtika
Worn by Indian women, a Maangtika is a form of jewellery worn on the forehead. It has a pendant on one end and a hook on the other. Considered an integral part of a brides ensemble, this piece gives a glamorous and charming appeal to a bride by enhancing her overall beauty. Women also wear it at different traditional occasions to portray a true splendour in their ethnic fashion. They go well in sync with lehengas, Sarees, and Salwar suits.
With such rich heritage and history in jewellery, it is bound to have various themes that have been inspired by the tradition and culture of various locations. Each of these jewellery styles has its charm and appeal. The following styles are the most popular and are always on trend with the current fashion.
Kundan means highly refined gold and hence this type of jewellery is usually made from 24K gold. Having a rich legacy of over 25000 years, Kundan jewellery is one of the oldest forms of jewellery in India. Crafted by the Rajputs and Mughals, it was worn by the royal families. Kundan pieces are extremely intricate and require a lot of skilled labor. It is a great piece to wear by brides to make their look regal and charming.
Artificial jewellery, better known as Imitation jewellery is made from a bunch of artificial materials. Since they are cost-effective, people can experiment with different styles and trends. They are designed to replicate highly expensive styles but with the same intricacy. This means you can look elegant, classy, and beautiful without worrying about the cost.
Temple jewellery is one of the most traditional designs. Made with designs inspired by various gods and goddesses, they are made with metals that are mixed with decorative stones and gems like rubies, diamonds, pearls, etc. They symbolize the ethnic style of South India. Intricately designed, they give off a graceful and regal look in a very subtle manner. They go best with traditional sarees but can also be worn with Indo-Western looks.
Crafted with floral designs, floral jewelleries is back on-trend. Made from real or artificial flowers, they give off a very fresh vibe. Traditionally worn since the ages of Ramayana and Mahabharata, flower jewellery has always been a part of Indian culture. It can be worn by brides on their Haldi or Mehendi ceremonies to look extremely elegant without going over the top. Women can also wear it on special occasions for a simple yet chic style.
You can also select jewellery from a wide variety of materials used in their making. Whether you are looking for a glam look or a subtle style, the material plays an important role in highlighting the vibe you wish to showcase. Here are some of the most popular types of jewellery based on the materials used while crafting them.
Gold jewellery helps invoke the spirit of a woman. They make one look flamboyant and are sure to make heads turn. This gold necklaces from Isharya is borderless and transcending. With an enamel technique to create a seamless color-centric focus, it is embedded with semi-precious stones. Wear it with traditional or western clothing, it matches them all.
Diamond is the most precious stone on this earth. Wearing diamond jewellery makes you feel equally precious and special. It makes you look stunning and catch all eyes. This Candere by Kalyan Jewellers is crafted with real diamonds and is set in 18K yellow gold. A must-have for any wedding, it is perfect for those wanting to make a style statement. You can pair it with an alluring saree.
Pearls give you a stellar look and make your style extremely classy and elegant. They breathe life into any piece of jewellery they are adorned with and give a sense of vibrance in any design. This Outhouse bracelets are handcrafted with a 22K gleaming gold finish. It is a medley of luscious baroque jewellery Pearl Jewellery. It can even be personalized with the initials of your name or that of a loved one. For a stunning look, team it with a gown for an evening function.
Considered to be among the finest of metals, platinum jewellery exudes rich class and elegance making it a top choice of jewellery for men and women alike. It holds its luminosity forever and is considered a coveted treasure. Traditionally, platinum jewellery came from Egypt and was later worn by kings and queens of Europe. It was only worn by royalty. Now, it is an ideal piece of jewellery for people who love subtle and minimal designs. Going well with traditional and modern outfits, platinum jewellery is a must-have in your accessories.
Rose Gold Jewellery is perfect for people looking for something unique yet wanting a classic style. Eccentric in appeal, it adds glamour to your look and makes any attire a statement. This bracelet from GIVA is adjustable and is made to fit your wrist perfectly. It helps by adding some beauty and glory to your wrist. Showcasing high craftsmanship with its intricate design, it is a minimal piece that can be paired with your everyday looks, be it Indian or western wear.
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