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Published on: 05 Dec 2016 by rajnisingh095

Terracotta Jewellery – Go Ethnic In Style

Are you on the lookout for simple but stylish jewellery that does not make you spend a fortune? Then terracotta jewellery is the right option for you. These are much cheaper compared to gold and silver jewellery and available in vibrant colors.

Terracotta means ‘baked earth’ and is made by baking clay. Unglazed terracotta has a brownish orange color. Glazing it helps increase its durability and add color to terracotta. Terracotta jewellery is made with hand and has a rustic and earthen appeal, which makes it much in demand among women. Nowadays terracotta beads are colored or painted and also blended with copper and brass, producing stunning and chic jewellery.

Light in weight and easy to maintain, terracotta jewellery is available in traditional as well as contemporary designs. It will go with any outfit and make you look ethnic and classy at the same time.

Simple terracotta jewellery with minimum details is apt for wearing with semi-formal and ethnic outfits. You can also combine them with daily wear.

Heavily embellished jhumkas, pendants, bracelets, earrings, rings and bangles are perfect match with anarkali, traditional heavy sarees and lehengas. You can also wear them for special occasions like weddings, receptions and religious ceremonies and look class apart.

Wearing bright terracotta jewellery in geometrical or abstract shapes with light colored cotton saree will make you absolutely stunning. This is an ideal choice when you go to office or formal meetings. You can wear bright red, black, blue and brown terracotta necklaces, jhumkis and bangles with white or cream colored handloom cotton sarees with golden border. This will make you look simple yet graceful at the same time.

Terracotta jewellery with traditional designs suits ethnic wear while those with contemporary and modern designs go well with western outfits. When you are wearing a simple kurti, team it with bright colored terracotta jewellery – black, red, rust and brown. This will make you look chic and fashionable. With kurtis, you can wear simple earrings while larger and more elaborately designed earrings match sarees and lehenga choli. Wear them with matching necklaces and rings.

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