Unveiling The Trend Of Latest Oxidised Jewellery 2021
Sultry, seductive and special are the three Ss dedicated to the jewellery that has been finding a special place in the jewellery wardrobe of the actresses, divas and women in general. Celebrities such as Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Vidya Balan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Konkona Sen Sharma, and many others have often showcased their select oxidised jewellery onscreen and offscreen as well. Oxidised jewellery can be visibly marked and identified by its black and dark effect over the metal, which is why some people also recognise it as black metal jewellery. This is the trend of Oxidised Jewellery that has taken the world of jewellery by storm.
Earlier, Oxidised jewellery was associated with the Indian hippie culture, where only the tribal women would wear chunky oxidised jewellery while on their diasporic experiments made. However, with time, people recognised the beauty of this type of jewellery and the way in which it enhanced the overall look of a woman and her outfit. Oxidised Jewellery is now seen on many occasions, such as ramp shows, festivals, wedding events, and even in regular day to day wear.
Usually, a decorative oxidised metal piece is woven into a coloured thread or even attached to a metal chain. For earrings, oxidised jewellery in interesting motifs such as of animals, nature, fruits and exotic royal symbols are greatly trending right now. Fusion work by adding mirrors, gemstones and even fabric into the jewellery design along with oxidised metal is much seen on the shelves these days.
Whether it is the Jhumkas, Chandbalis, earrings with tassels and pearls, long drop earrings with pom poms or a simple ear stud with a diamond in the centre, oxidised earrings in all forms look beautiful and versatile. These can be paired with Kurtis, Indo-western outfits, sarees, lehengas, long skirts, Indian suits, and so on.
From a bold choker to long rani haar, from a dainty chain to mid-length necklace, oxidised necklace are meant for all moods. Adding ribbons, laces, feathers, stones into the design of such necklaces is creatively done to give a huge variety to the buyers.
Probably a trend especially amongst the college-going girls, oxidised bangles and bracelets are a hit amongst fashionable girls. These bangles glam up the regular look easily, making it look like a style upgrade.
Oxidised Finger Rings and Nose Rings
A ring, whether for the finger or for the nose, is when oxidised, are bound to add so much prettiness to a woman’s hand and face. Big oxidised finger rings look like statement pieces of jewellery and oxidised nose rings give an edge to a woman’s look.
Apart from these, oxidised payals, baajubandhs, maang tikas, kaan chains, and kamarbandhs are also very popular amongst women who choose to wear this kind of jewellery for various events. The more contemporary designs of necklaces, earrings, nose rings, and bangles in oxidised jewellery are also a trend amongst the working women as they feel comfortable pairing their oxidised jewellery with their formal office wears too!