7 Indian Accessories to Elevate any Wardrobe

Go back to Indian roots to enhance any outfit with our most coveted accessories:

Maang Tikka:

Give your look the perfect ethnic edge this season! The demure maang tikka brings that unique spice to your western ensemble. Whether you wear it with a dress or a gown, this jewelry piece will infuse new life into your ensemble. We’ve seen Alicia Keys wear Maang Tikkas with various red carpet looks, and we totally understand why! Gorgeous, intricate and definitely different, this accessory is bound to have the spotlight on you.

Alicia KeysBottom Left: VEEMAKSH Kundan Matha Patti with Red Stones. Top Right: KANIRA JEWELZ Carved Golden Maang Tikka. Bottom Right: PRETTY STONED Orange & Blue Hair- Accessory.

Hand Candy:

When it comes to adding a traditional touch to your western attire, haath phools steal the spotlight! Who doesn’t love a statement accessory? Let your hand do the talking! No Indian attire required, just pair it with a midi skirt and a crop top and you’re all set.

Shraddha KapoorClockwise from Left: VEEMAKSH Set of 2: Kundan Haathphool with Pink Stones, BANSARI Tradition Haathphool for the Bride and VEEMAKSH Set of 2: Crystal Haathphool.

Sari Belts:

First things first, these belts are definitely not limited to being worn with a sari. Although you can definitely style your six yards of elegance with these belts, they look just as fabulous on a dress or gown! Try a sari belt on your western ensembles to add that extra dose of glamour. It is a must have accessory this season!

Jacqueline FernandezBottom Left: HEMANT & NANDITA Neon Pink Woven Belt. Top Left: PRETTY STONED Golden Cutwork Belt. Right: VEEMAKSH Sari Belt with Rhinestones and Ruby Quartz Stones.

An Embroidered Bag: 

Bored of your simple clutches? Don’t hold back in sporting an embroidered clutch or potli bag with a dress, jeans or any other outfit. Gone are the days when you would only hold an embroidered clutch at a wedding with an Indian ensemble. These bags come in a myriad of shapes, sizes and styles so there’s definitely one out there waiting to revamp your outfit!

Kate WinsletClockwise from Left: KARIESHMA SARNAA Midnight Blue Clutch with Floral Embroidery, KOKOMMO Golden Clutch with Crystal Accents and SAMANT CHAUHAN Khaki Clutch with Dabka Work.

Statement Necklace: 

With statement necklaces becoming the talk of the town, break away from the regular chunky pieces and go for something with an ethnic, modern twist. Pair your ensemble with kundan or polki jewelry for a regal, unique touch. These pieces intricate pieces complement any wardrobe with an elegant and eye-catching twist.

Sonam KapoorClockwise from the Left: SORANAM Multiple Strand Black Necklace with Coin Pendants, JUST JEWELLERY Kundan Necklace with Pink Stones and TRADITION & BEYOND Silver Necklace with Turquoise Stones.

Feet Frenzy: 

Since flats are a go-to and a rage this season, why not give the a trend an extravagant twist? Juttis will give a contemporary spin to your western outfit. From jeans to dhotis and skirts, jutties are the ultimate fashion rescue for your feet! Comfortable, chic & stunning, these breathtaking shoes are perfect additions to your wardrobe.

Alia BhattClockwise from Left: FINESSE Noor-Jahan Jutties, FINESSE Zahira Jutties and FINESSE Rangeeli Jutties.

Elegant Earrings: 

With so many covetable designs out there, it is difficult to choose the right earrings for your outfit. Try mixing Indian earrings with your western outfit for a bold eye-catching look. Intricate earrings will instantly take your wardrobe up a notch and without a doubt, cast a spell on anyone who sees you walk by.

Deepika PadukoneBottom Left: SILVERMERC Pink Stone & Cream Pearl Earrings. Top Left: MADHURI PARSON Cabochon Turquoise & Pink Tourmaline Earrings. Right: AMETHYST BY RAHUL POPLI Long Earrings with Pink Zircons.



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