Ways to Accessorize yourself this Spring

Hello lovely readers, hope you all are safe and rocking without breaking the social distancing norms. 

Karma Place wishes a safe and health Spring for you all.

Spring is here and its time to wear those beautiful pastels and some nice colour pop outfits along with some eye catching jewelry we have seen all over Instagram and Pinterest after the spring/summer style drops by our famous fashion weeks.

For all you peeps staying away from home, you always tend to miss the culture and try to hold on to it in some way possible. Am I right or am I not right?
Well one such convenient way to hold on to your roots and tradition is incorporating a kurti with a touch of western trends, because of course who wants to wear a full blown Indian outfit in their daily routine life unless there is a traditional event or a function to attend.
But a kurti is chic, versatile and can definitely paired up with ripped denims, pants and long flowy skirt as well. Not only does a kurti look beautiful but it also very comfortable to be in all day.

Another fun way of achieving an Indo-western look is wearing western outfits with grungy oxidised jewelry. This will add the quirk in your style as well

Let us tell you different ways to accessorize yourself this Spring. 

  • Classy Jhumkis

When talking about accessorizing yourself with Kurtis the first thing that comes to your head are jhumkis or jhumkas, and with good reason. Kurtis and jhumki are a match made in heaven. Pairing nice jhumkis with a kurti can instantly make you look Wow!

Generally jhumka are worn with heavy Indian outfits but the smaller and a more delicate version of this can easily be worn with kurti and will look stunning as well.

Our Advice: Keep a few jhumkis in gold and pearl and oxidised metal in your jewelry box. These pretty much go with all outfits.

  • Studs.

Studs are small and look very cute as well. They have a beautiful and an elegant vibe when matched with kurtis. They are not too much in your face and one can always rely on studs if you do not want to go very heavy with accessories. So if pretty and cute is what u aiming for then studs should be your go to accessory.

  • Bracelets and bangle.

Bracelets and bangles are really underrated you can wear a good gold bracelet or a silver oxidized bangle with your kurta. They look extremely beautiful and add to the over look of a simple kurti.

  • Hoop earrings

Hoop earring are really trendy and goes well with ethnic as well as well as western outfits. They can be worn with any outfits and gives a modern approach to a traditional kurti. Hoop earrings can be worn during day or night for an informal events and occasions.

  • Small pendants

If you are not a very big fan of wearing chunky jewelry this one is for you, Wear a small delicate pendant with a simple chain in your neck. This combinations works really well with your kurtis and helps with not having a completely bare neck.

You can also wear a pair of matching stud earrings with this.

These were some basic accessories we can use with our kurtis who believe in simplicity and like to stick to basics.

But let us tell you a few of the quirkier options available to style your kurtis, for all of you who like to add a touch of quirk and uniqueness to their outfits.

  • Feather earrings

It is really hard to not fall in love with these chic colourful and trendy feather earrings. A blend of tradition and trend never harms anyone. This colourful dainty piece of jewelry can be paired with multiple outfits and is definitely a must have for your jewelry box. Also this earrings are a perfect match to your party outfits as well.

Style tip: Pair it with a party wear kurti and ripped denims or wear a crop top and a long ethnic printed skirt with these earrings.

  • Oxidized Jumkis

We really feel these earrings are underrated, because nothing completes a look better than a pair of oxidised earrings. These simple stylish earrings are embellished with intricate designs and small danglers.

Style Tip: You can pair it with a silk or a chanderi kurta and matching palazzo or also wear it with a sexy halter top and a flowy skirt.

  • Scarf necklace

This is comparatively a new piece of jewelry made for our modern fashionistas and style bloggers. This piece of jewelry is a combination of necklace and scarf. This scarf necklace is a perfect piece of jewelry for those chilly evenings and office parties. It is a perfect piece that scores high on utility and even higher on fashion

Style tip: Wear this stunning piece to up your style quotient with a deep neck khadi kurta or a classic combo of jeans and a simple top.

  • Ear cuff

This is one of the latest in fashion trends as well. Earmuffs go really well will Indian, western, bohemian and fusion looks. This pieces of chic accessory is as good as god sent for people who are bored of the same old necklace and earring trend and would love to break free and try out something new.

Style tip: Team it up with an anarkali or a dress or even a skirt and a strappy top. The options of combining ear cuff with outfits are plenty.

  • Bohemian Necklace

These necklaces are also know as tribal jewelry. These necklaces are really unique and always have elements of earth nature and universe. The necklaces has intricate designs and are oxidised as well. The trend of bohemian jewelry is not to miss out on. These necklaces can be worn with and long flowy boho dress or a skirt and a top or even with a saree blouse. This chic boho necklace is a perfect pick for your pool parties with friends or brunch dates. Even though these pieces are not blingy they are stylish enough to spice up a simple white gown or a beige kurta palazzo set.

Style Tip: Team this necklace up with a quirk printed long flowy dress which has a deep neck to show off your neck piece perfectly or you could also wear it with a sexy off shoulder blouse and a saree.

We hope the above style tips and jewelry trends will help you style your ethnic outfits to give you a fusion look.


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