While the anklet does not have a specific symbology in the West other than its status as a fashionable piece of jewelry, it’s an important icon in India, where anklets have literally been worn for centuries.
Also known as ‘payal’, they have great spiritual and social significance.
Though they have also been found in other ancient cultures of Egypt and the Middle East, Indian anklets have an important emphasis — to the point where they’re being emulated all across the world!
2 Hair accessories
Throughout history, types of ornamentation and the materials from which they were made indicated religious significance, social class, age group, and level of fashion awareness.
Infinitely varied in shapes, sizes, and materials, examples of hair accessories include:
hair rings or bands, ribbons and bows, hairpins, hair combs, barrettes, beads, thread or string, hair spikes and sticks,
and other affixed miscellaneous objects (shells, jewels, coins, flowers, feathers) perceived to have aesthetic or social and cultural value.
Hair accessories have been worn by people of all ages and by both genders.
- Type of hair accessories
- Hair Pins
- Elastics & Ties
- Side Combs
- Bun & Crown Shapers
Every girl knows what a process getting ready for a pooja or a shaadi can be.
The number of ethnic clothes and accessories that you need are limitless.
Here are types of ethnic earrings that you need to have in your trinket box that will come to your rescue and help you look your best for any ‘Indian’ event.
1. Evergreen Jhumkas
2. Danglers To Dazzle
3. Statement Chandelier Earrings
4. Chand Balis To Shine
5. Never-Fail Hoops
6. Studs – Simple & Sophisticated
- different types of accessories
3 Bangles and Bracelets
4 Brooches and Pins
5 Cuff Links and Studs
6 Bangles and Bracelets
10 Headdresses and headwraps
12 Hair accessories
14 Handkerchiefs and pocket squares
16 Necklaces and Pendants
19 Phones & peripherals
20 Purses (Wallets)
25 Shoes & Boots
26 Socks and Stockings