How to treasure hunt for silver jewellery


If you’re looking for an instant and stylish wardrobe refurb that’s trans-seasonal cool, then a piece (or two) of well-chosen jewellery has the potential to uplift and enhance an everyday outfit.

Whether you’ve a penchant for simple stacked rings or prefer a standout pair of earrings, shopping for jewellery can be tricky.

There’s nothing quite like a beautiful piece of silver jewellery. It is a standard metal that illuminates most natural tones. Who doesn’t love good silver finds? Silver jewellery is strictly tribal and boho friendly and we are always game for a good stacking style!

Break the rules
Don’t be afraid of breaking the old-fashioned jewellery rules, such as ‘only gold suits my skin tone’ or ‘never mix your metals’. Play around this season with mixing different metals and break out of your comfort zone. The rules are there ain’t no rules. Look for statement pieces and you’re sorted.

Multilayered neckpieces are a thing we just cannot miss out on!
So, you are not a big fan of heavily embroidered necklines in your dresses but want to keep it stylish with a touch of pretty jewellery? Well, multilayered neckpieces would do just the right work to elevate your accessorizing game!

Time for some pretty hand jewellery!
While neckpieces are always the first thing you will go for, but a beautiful ring or a bangle will add the best finishing touches to your accessories!

How about these super-pretty ghungroo-style rings and bangle? You won’t see these sort of accessories in a typical jewellery store!

However, it’s good to get the most out of your jewellery. Simple additions and mixing up your combinations can make all the difference when putting an outfit together. Since the whole point of accessorizing is to further elevate the beauty of your look, a great jewellery buy is when it’s not only beautiful but also won’t burn a hole in your pocket!

By Vuha Kunapareddy

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