25 September, 2017
Bejewel Like A Goddess This Durga Puja!
Durga Puja is undoubtedly one of the biggest festivals celebrated in West Bengal. During this time, Goddess Durga is worshiped with great celebrations and cities are decorated with colourful lights and lanterns.
Also known as Dusshera and Navratri in other parts of the country, the celebration is a triumph of good over evil and is one of the biggest religious festivals in the country. This ten day affair is the perfect chance for you to show off your favourite lehengas and sarees. And to compliment those outfits, you definitely need the right jewellery.
Take a look at our top picks of jewellery to wear during Durga Puja:
Virtuous Bliss Hand Harness
Let your hands do the talking with this hand harness that’s rich with crystals to truly give you a glamorous look. Keep your earrings simple and let this piece stand out on its own.
Mirror Mughal Ring
Dress up like the royals did back in the Mughal era with this ring. With rich hues of brass and a mirror effect centre, this is the perfect stand alone piece of jewellery to wear during the Durga Puja.
Enamlize Black Kada
Make a statement this Durga Puja with an elegant Kada. This gold and black piece with intricate detailing and dainty crystals is the perfect combination of traditional meets contemporary.
Mewar Red Kundan Set Red
is definitely the colour of festivities and what better way to highlight this than with this statement set. A perfect combination of red stones, kundan and gold, this is a must have this festive season. Paired with drop earrings, it is a classic combination of sophistication meets bold jewellery.
Jhumkis are all the rage these days and these gold and stone moon shaped earrings are perfect for a night of celebration and grandeur. With complex details, these earrings are guaranteed to get you plenty of compliments all night long.
Durga Puja is steeped in history and has an centuries old association with jewellery. Gold, silver and stones are very popular during this time and jewellery worn during Durga Puja is often similar to that worn by the Goddess.
Jewellery with intricate details are also very popular during this time. During the festive season this year, experiment with statement pieces of jewellery, play with bright colours and find pieces with plenty of work on them as well as kundan and other stones. After all, the more you dress up, the more fun you will have.