Diwali is just a month away and this is the perfect time to celebrate with family and friends. This festival of lights brings hope, joy and wishes in everyone’s life. The Indians normally celebrate it by following certain rituals like cleaning their houses and decorating it, performing puja of Lord Ganesh and Goddess Lakshmi, bursting crackers and exchanging sweets and gifts.
If you are looking forward to gifting jewellery items to your loved ones this Diwali, then here are top 5 accessories that you can gift.
Bracelets have emerged as one of the chicest fashion accessories over time. Available in various shapes, metals and textures, they can be teamed up with both formal and casual Indian and western outfits. Thus, it is loved by women of all ages. You can go for sleek sophisticated chain gold bracelet or small broad ones. You can also look for bangle bracelets, which come either with a closed ring or a tongue clasp. The versatility of these bracelets makes them a popular and preferred choice across all age groups. You can even gift a bracelet to a man this Diwali, but then you need to take care that it is simple so that it looks elegant and sophisticated and not distracting and ostentatious.
Another very common jewellery item that comes in many shapes, sizes and materials is earrings. You can choose from studs, danglers, Huggies, jhumkas and more, which come in diamond, gold, pearl, kundan or a mix of materials too. The only important thing to keep in mind is the preference, taste and personality of the person you want to gift it to. You can find no better gift than an attractive pair of earrings to your loved one this Diwali.
Gold is considered to be extremely auspicious in India. Wearing gold bangles is often considered a sign of prosperity and good charm, so why not gift a pair of bangles to the woman you love. In many cultures in India, wearing bangles is mandatory for women, especially those who are married. You can also opt for diamond bangles depending upon your budget.
Rings have charmed generations for decades and people love wearing it irrespective of the country or demographics. You get rings in a wide variety of budgets. You can buy a basic simple ring or opt for precious settings or solitaires depending upon your taste, preference and budget. The only thing to keep in mind while buying a ring is that you should have the right finger size of the person you want to gift it to.
The size restriction that you have with rings doesn’t hold good for pendants. Again, they come in an extensive price range to suit all pockets. You can choose to gift a gold or diamond pendant. Depending on your budget, you have an option to pair it with earrings or go with pendant alone.
When it comes to gifting jewellery items, the choices are immense. Apart from brick and mortar showrooms, you also have options to order online and get it delivered right at the doorstep. The major online players give you the authenticity certificate and most of them also have a return policy within a specified time frame option. Gift your loved ones any of these jewellery pieces this Diwali to make them happy.