‘Jhumka gira re’- Our Take on The Jhumka Fashion

‘Singaar’ or embellishment is the most beautiful part of womanhood. However, due to hectic schedules, women become the puppets of hands of the clock. Not her fault, though. Thus, women miss out on the essential pampering. Along with proper diet, hygiene, good sleep & skincare; one underrated thing is often missed - Ornamentation. Most of the women forget to accessorize themselves. I am one of them too. However, it is interesting to know that one small accessory can uplift the mood & elevate one’s entire look. Well, our happiness lies in little things, isn’t it?

Silver oxidised jhumkas or jhumkis would grace any basic or colorful Chikankaari kurti on any denim paired with jutti. The speciality of silver oxidised jewellery is that it can go with anything. Plus, they give a nice Indo-western look. Any office kurti is basic until the jhumka arrives. This wedding season, there seems to be a cherry blossom of choices. Heavy umbrella jhumkas in pastel colors are in, these days. They easily grace any Banarasee or Chanderi saree, especially if paired with a sleek bun. Jhumkis with pearl work give a delicate yet stylish touch to any monotone look. There are hoop jhumkas which are light in weight & are slightly away from the face. So that the earrings don’t bang into the blushy cheeks.

Well to sum it up, be it Meenakaari or Chaandbaalis, a pair of jhumkas is a must.