An auspicious time to shop for jewelry, Dhanteras marks the start of three-day Diwali festivities. It is celebrated along with Trayodashi Tithi (thirteenth tithi), Krishna Paksha (waning phase of the moon) of Kartik Maas.
For many, it is the day when jewelry is bought and goddess Lakshmi is worshiped along with Lord Kuber. Over the years, jewelry choices have evolved and now it’s not just about gold and silver. With a penchant for elegant and custom pieces, other metals and gemstones are also considered a great buy.
This year, make way for diamond jewelry from the house of Izzari of Aanchal Jain. The anticipation of festivals inevitably brings to mind sparkle and sparkle and joy and what could be better than diamond jewelery to close out the year with? Give your ensemble a special meaning with these diamonds.
For those who love the shine of the gold metal, choose from a beautiful range of gold, gemstone and diamond jewelry from DishiS Jewels. The wide range includes finely cut rings embedded with precious stones and diamonds. The earrings contain drops, gold earrings and diamond earrings to match lehenga, saree and any ethnic look. Simple yet stylish and beautiful, the gold bracelets are available in 14KT and 18KT gold.
If you love the sparkle of diamonds, but your family insists on buying gold on the day, go for a 14kt yellow gold necklace with round and princess-cut diamonds and emeralds from Anmol Jewelers. Everyone should be happy, it’s the festival of lights after all. Boost your inner glamor with this piece and a beautiful sharara set.
18kt rose gold earrings with round diamonds and semi-precious stones is also a nice option. Style this with a classic white anarkali set or a pastel dress and you are sure to impress your friends.
This Diwali, let’s bring festive merriment to the fore by adding gold bracelets, earrings and exotic rings to your festive collection and recreate any festive look from scratch.
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