Different types of Jhumka every woman should have in their jewelry collection

Be it a traditional or a contemporary look, brides cannot go wrong wearing a pair of Jhumka earrings. After all, it is a timeless piece of bridal jewellery that can instantly pep up your look and add that extra bridal oomph. But with so many designs available on the market today, which ones are really worth being a part of your collection? Not sure? We share with you different types of Jhumkas that are a must-have for every bride

Traditional Golden Jhumkis: Traditional ancient Jhumkas are gold conical-shaped Jhumkas worn with traditional costumes. The prosperity of these Jhumkas is due to the adornment of precious stones which gives them a different look. Traditional Jhumkas design is inspired by nature elements; They can be intricate with floral designs or can be temple designs. Sri Bhavani jewels is very famous for wedding jewellery collections so if you are getting dought to select any jewellery they are helping and helping to choose the perfect one as well.

Simple diamond studs: Diamond studs are a great casual accessory in yellow gold or white gold base. These can be round or square in shape and vary in size depending on how much blur you like. Diamond studs can be combined with various Indian or Western outfits. Whether you're going to a work meeting, shopping at the grocery store, hanging out with your kids or going on a date, diamond studs are perfect! They suit every face, every skin tone and every age group to bring a glow to your eyes.

Ethnic gold jhumkas: These are very important ornaments for the Indian woman. Gold jhumka suits almost every Indian dress. You can wear them with a simple salwarqamis for work, or with more ornate Indian clothes for weddings, pujas, festivals and other auspicious occasions. Jhumkas have eternal charm and they never go out of fashion. This best Indian accessory is worn in all parts of the country and suits perfectly on Indian women of all ages.

A beautiful pair of bridal jhumkas:  this one can be worn for your other bridal functions such as haldi or mehndi! And if you like wearing them for the main wedding, choose something that looks heavy or can be paired with other jewelry such as Matha Pati and Nath. Btw, how they cover their ears all the way and give the necessary support needed for a long liar.

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