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Oxidised Jewellery are killing the chic look. They are classy, elegant and give a very Indian yet a very sophisticated look. Earlier, they weren’t so easily available only selected in showrooms like the Amrapali Jewellery had the initial oxidised pieces but now its easily available in almost every market!

These are some oxidised jewellery that one ought to have to slay the Indo-Western chic look. 

  • Jhumka

    variety of jhumkas

    You can pair them up with indian wear like short kurtas and suits and if you opt for a slightly bigger size in the Jhumkas(like the one available in FabIndia) then you can pair it with lehengas and saree too!

    dress + jhumka
    silver Jhumka with cold shoulder dress

    And that’s not it, you can sport them  with jeans and dresses as well! (Mainly the silverish ones look best when paired with jeans and even dress like the one in the picture)

  • Neckpiece

    silver necklace

    Oxidised neckpieces are the most intricate and the most elegant piece of the oxidised clan. If you’re wearing a deep neck top, or a saree or even a dress this piece of jewellery adds a very earthy touch to your look.

    long neckpiece
    celebrities slaying it with oxidised neckpieces

    Generally, the long necklaces do wonder!t These are worn with sarees with not much detail mainly the cotton sarees and or anything with kantha work or paper silk etc.

  • Ring

    oxidised rings

    These can be carried with everyday casual style dressing. Rings can be worn with any type of clothing or attire they just add a list chic touch to the over all look. There are too many varieties with these in particular and of various sizes too!


  • Anklet


these are the best amongst the rest. There are two ways to wear these either you wear just one anklet to make it look trendy or you wear the complete pair of anklets. Also, while gazing at them on shops one often confuses them to be necklaces but there is a difference,an anklet would appear to be a bit more tarnish than the necklace and also their hooks are slightly different from that of a necklace.

  • Bangle

    Some oxidised banglesbangles are a bit conditional. Bangles alone don’t actually bring up the complete affect of the oxidised jewellery. Bangles paired with jhumkas on a cotton suit looks simple yet great and also wearing juttis with all of that will just bring it all together more beautifully.

P.S.- All these can be easily bought from Dilli Haat, Sarojini Nagar and Janpath market.




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