While the conventional gold and silver accessories work wonders, be it the steady or gloomy days, you need something more experimental and oxidized jewelry would be a classy option! Indian women across centuries have always had a special bond with jewelry and somewhere they always find themselves stuck between traditional jewelry and runway trends.
This alluring set goes really well with Silk Saree, Linen Saree or Cotton Saree. The choice of the pendant in this set is what gives it a very fascinating and graceful look. The matching pair of Jhumkas are just an extra treat to wear to complete the glamorous look. Many Bollywood celebrities like Vidya Balan, Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, etc were spotted with these kinds of oxidized workpieces. And, now they are revamping this trend and bringing in a major twist by wearing it with any western wear like maxi dresses, fusion wear, denim, and shirts.
Please follow the video below to make this classic set for yourself, flaunt every piece with vanity as you walk down the streets.
Materials Used – Antique Pendant, Gear Wire, Cotton Thread Beads, Antique Beads, Antique Caps, Antique Jhumkas, Antique Studs, Crimp Beads, Pearls, Gold Pollen or Head Pins, Cotton Back Dori, Tools
Jewelry Making Materials – www.knottythreadz.com
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I hope I inspire you to make these at home. Please feel free to share your comments.