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A Touch Of Ethnic Jewellery

An ethnic look goes hand in hand with the traditional attire. Right from anklets, bangles, bracelets to hair accessories, everything becomes a royal embellishment. But, your look glorifies when a set of ethnic jewelry is in sync with your clothes.

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Go Springy with AJIO!

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I am back with another amazing brand i.e., AJIO, they have all kinds of fashion clothing with nice accessories and footwear. This brand has all of it from western to ethnic, to indo-western, all the latest and unique collection, the best part which I have experienced is that the material is very comfortable to wear. 177 more words

4 Types of Outfits You Can Wear this Festive Season

So the festive season is here and everyone has already begun their shopping hunt! We are always in the search of something trendy and beautiful when it comes to clothing. 392 more words


FAB Ways To Add Ethnic Pieces To Your Everyday Wardrobe - POPxo Fashion

From an ethnic clutch to traditional jewellery, here’s how you can wear these beautiful pieces even after the wedding season is over!

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Must-have Ethnic Earrings in Your Closet

Ethnic earrings only look good if you team them up with the right Indian ethnic attire. India is a country filled with rich collections of stones and ethnic jewellery. 344 more words

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Four Ethnic Jewellery Pieces to Look Gorgeous

You must have been pondering over some dazzling jewellery pieces for a long time. True, every woman loves to adorn the perfect jewellery that not only suits their look, but make them stand out from the crowd. 447 more words

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Ethnic Jewellery with Terracotta

Terracotta, an italian word meaning “cooked earth”, is one of the oldest forms of jewellery in the world. In India, several terracotta figurines, ear studs, necklaces, bracelets and well polished bangles were unearthed in the archaeological sites of Harappa and Mohenjodaro. 376 more words