New Delhi: Beautiful jewellery always completes traditional dressing. Festive seasons are a high time when you actually prefer wearing traditional attire with beautiful jewellery. Yash Agarwal, Creative Director, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jaipur suggests some statement pieces to look for when you're out jewellery-shopping.

Intricately designed colorful earrings instantly adds character to an attire. Jhumar-style earrings, chandbalis and multi-layered jhumkas create a minimalistic look when paired with bold coloured outfits.

Jhumkas
Jhumkas

Multi-layered necklaces are more prefered during festive season or any special occasion. This Navratri, accessorise yourself with a simple lehenga or a beautiful organza saree with these statement pieces to create a majestic look for the evenings.

Multi-layered necklace
Multi-layered necklace

While traditional wear can be coupled with polki or kundan jewellery, opting for traditional or a fusion-styled choker can add an extra edge to your elegant look.

Kundan jewellery
Kundan jewellery

Rings larger than normal rings are called cocktail ring. They have been in style for some time now. While all types of cocktail rings can be eye-catching, exquisitely crafted emeralds, diamonds, sapphires or rubies are big this festive season. They add on a graceful look to your attire.

Cocktail Rings
Cocktail Rings

Traditional headgears in any form like matha patti or maang teeka are very versatile as they add a dramatic element and feminine appeal to your ethnic look. They can also be transformed into a neckpiece, a brooch or a pendant.

Mathapatti
Mathapatti

A kamarbandh or a waist belt is a versatile jewellery item, which can enhance the elegance of a simple lehenga or a manifold skirt.

Kamarbandh
Kamarbandh

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