Diwali 2018- 4 Rings To Wear This Diwali
By: Pinki Sat, 03 Nov 2018 1:24 PM
Rings are a symbol of love for some while they are a piece of statement jewellery to others. They can be anything-right from dainty to studded rocks, or just plain simple bands. Diwali, the festival of lights is meant to shine and sparkle, so you’re expected to dress up in your finest jewellery and traditional outfits to celebrate with family and friends. This Diwali, amp up your bling game with these different styles in rings. From pujas to card parties and even family celebrations, there is something for everyone.
* Mangalsutra Rings
A modern twist to the traditional symbol of love, these mangalsutra rings are delicate and effective. You can flaunt your chain with your matching ring for a puja or a family party. Keep it simple and dainty with a printed saree and minimal makeup.
* Cocktail Rings
Make a statement this Diwali with cocktail rings in all shapes and sizes. Traditional ornaments with elaborate stones and patterns are eye-catching with any outfit. A good tip: Remember when you wear statement rings, stick to similar pieces that compliment each other. Uncoordinated rings can be worn as casual jewellery for Diwali parties with friends. For a festive puja, stick to simple but chunky pieces instead.
* Midi Rings
The newest bling, midi or flexi rings are beautiful single or stacked. Depending on the occasion, pick the number of rings you want to wear. A filled look can be more of a decorative style where you only need to look pretty and enjoy the festivities. But for a more practical party where you’ll be hustling, opt for solo rings on alternate fingers to look trendy and yet get work done.
* Co-ordinated Rings
Can’t seem to match anything to your outfit? It’s okay. Try to coordinate your rings to each other for a more complete look. You could mix and match delicate single solitaires with chunky pieces. Or stack multiple single rings to make a look of its own. They could be part of a set, such as symbols or designs or floral-themed patterns and are meant to be worn together at the same time for the best appearance.