01/5Because there is more Indian earrings than jhumkas

Because there is more Indian earrings than jhumkas

That Alia Bhatt and Sonakshi Sinha’s little romance with Indian wear has inspired us is no lie at all. This time though, we’re moving away from the beautiful ensembles and putting the focus on their gorgeous jewelry. Both Alia and Sonakshi have been wearing stunning Indian jewelry along with their ensemble, which begs us to question – how much essential jewelry piece do we own? With too many options to choose from, accessorizing an Indian ensemble can be daunting. Ahead are some types of earrings you must own, for a fail-proof collection of Indian earrings.

by Deesha Bondre
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02/5Jhumkas

Jhumkas

The charm of jhumkas or jhumkis have been timeless – no wonder they work for most Indian or western (depending on your style of dressing) The good thing about these is that you will find in just about any style or metal – gold, silver, oxidized or multi-coloured. Stick with basic gold jhumkas to begin with.

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03/5Danglers

Danglers

With a telling like a name this, we are sure you’ve pictured them already. ( The above image helps too!) We love this kind because you don’t always have to tie your hair up to make their presence felt. If they’re long, you don’t need a necklace along too.

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04/5Chandelier Earrings

Chandelier Earrings

Chandelier earrings are the chandeliers you wear – basically, these type of earrings begin with a small stud and become broader, much like a chandelier. They are a great way to add some glam on a simple outfit or even a snazzy festive one.

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05/5Hoop Ballis

Hoop Ballis

A traditional take on the classic hoop earrings, hoop ballis have the potential to look good with your everyday kurtas and your festive ones – depending on the type of detailing you pick.

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