Be it your fusion outfits for particular occasions or ethnic sarees for the casual get-togethers; the traditional accessories like earrings and bangles in artistic shapes can really add all that grace and style to your outfits. Here are a few top accessory options that can lend that magic to your ethnic costumes.
Bangles, kadaas and bracelets are one of the most quintessential jewellery pieces to enhance any Indian outfit. Feminine charm of the clinking bangles can transform the look of every designer ethnic outfit. You can adorn your wrists with a set of bangles for both casual as well as festive occasions like weddings, rituals, poojas and family events. Glass bangles, kadaas in antique silver finish or bracelets with kundan or stone embellishments can be matched with your designer suits, sarees or even Indo-western outfits.
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Regal yet chic, Punjabi jootis are like an inseparable part of any ethnic attire especially salwar kameez. Jootis done in zari, gota, laces, embroidery and even motis make for the most sought-after accessory for a classy and coy Indian look. You can have your pick as per your occasion, price, colour and your foot size. You can also buy your jootis or mojaris from any ethnic wear online store
that offers an entire bridal couture collection.
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Cotton kurtas, salwar kameez, dhoti dresses or your nine-yard wonders; a pair of anklets can be just perfect to dress yourself up. Anklets featuring ghungroos, gold beads, pearls or even kundan can accentuate your feet and your festival-appropriate outfits like never before. You can go for cute, modern indie anklets, traditional payals or even artsy silver anklets for that boho, ethnic and modern blend.
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Traditional maang tikkas, matha patti or a rajasthani borla are beloved jewellery for Indian women and brides. Oxidized, golden, gem-studded, dainty or a floral maang tikka not only adds style to your hairdo but also enhances your traditional look like no other ornament. Maang tikkas can add a nice festive vibe to your plain skirts, suits or other ethnic ensemblensembles.
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Waist belts are the new fad this season to flaunt that ethnic grace with sarees, salwar kameez or ethnic one-pieces. So, once you get your hands on your favourite couture from a designer boutique
; it’s time to add some beauty to your waist too. An ethnic waist chain or kamarband with multiple-strands is a must-have accessory to complete a bridal look. Kamarbandhs or belts have also become a fashion statement for the casual and formal dressings.
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Calling jhumkas an ultimate Indian signature style wouldn’t be an exaggeration. They can add grace, tradition and style to almost any Indian couture. Gold, silver and the tassel jhumkas are the ones showing up at weddings events like sangeet, dance and mehendi. Ladies can pair them with ethnic skirts, sarees, kurtis, anarkalis and other varieties of outfits.
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We at Kapaas by Nikita offers a wide range of Indian ethnic wear for ladies and kids at the best price. We also have a broad range of apparels and unstitched materials for your casual outings, glam evenings, rituals, pre-wedding events and more. It’s a ladies’ ethnic wear fashion boutique in Noida that also offers formal, fashion and western apparels to suit various occasions.