Things to consider when buying traditional jewellery

It’s obvious that you can easily get confused when you get to the market and set your eyes on a lot of different eye-catching jewellery. This does not mean you have to be crucified; it’s common for any woman to get twisted in between the selection. However, you don’t have to take home something you will not like after a short period even after you invested a lot of money in it. Here are a few things to look into while shopping for traditional jewellery.

Material quality

Ensure that the type of material used is of the best quality to guarantee you long life service. When you are not careful on this spot, it is evident that you can get something that will shine only while at the shop, but when using it in real life, the stunning and attracting features it displayed first will not be known. Have in mind that all that shines is not gold. With this in mind, it will not be easy to make a mistake in quality selection.

Craftsmanship design and experience

Your jewellery, specialy the punjabi traditional jewellery should be something that you will be able to wear any other time apart from the day of your occasion. Therefore, the design should be something eye-catchy and neutral. Besides, the hands behind the creative design should be informed of nature to ensure that the results of the jewellery after the crafting, makes you distinguished in the middle of all others having the same outfit as you. The jewellery should also have features that blend well with the type of outfit you wear. Therefore, before you place your order, ensure you have done enough research on different gallery and jewellery studios.

Also see: Jewellery for Men


Before you get to the shop to purchase jewellery, it’s important to have a working budget. This will help you to identify the type of jewellery to buy. With a budget, it will be easy to ensure that you don’t strain yourself trying to get something that will drain your pocket. With a budget, you will be able even to make the decision on the type of material you will buy and still look good as if you have a different material. People would opt to go for gold. However, if you cannot afford gold it does not mean you can’t look even better while in a diamond jewel.

It is also good to know if the traditional jewellery store that you are interested in can give the piece you want a personal touch to have that unique personal design that will make you feel special on your day. Your type of jewel should make you outstanding in the crowd and still feel beautiful than ever.    

Top 4 types of kashmiri shawls

Hi, kashmiri shawls are in demand these days as the winter season is in full swing now.

I wish to show you 4 top kashmiri shawls designs that are the favourite among indian women of north.

  1. Jaal design kashmiri shawl: This style is one of the oldest and traditional kashmiri embroidery design that is used mostly to make the bridal shawls. It has full embroidery all over and gives the most elegant looks. Here s an example of the jaal embroidery shawl:

    jaal embroidered bridal kashmiri shawl
    jaal embroidered bridal kashmiri shawl
  2. border embroidered shawl: This type of shawl with border work kashmiri embroidery is usually used as a casual wear wrap which a woman wears at office or home. This can also be used as party wear though. here is an example of a border work shawl:

    border work kashmiri shawl
    border work shawl
  3. kaani work kashmiri shawl: This type of shawl is usually used by the senior women who are aged and like to wear sober colour clothing. Kaani work shawls are made with soft colour wool which looks elegant on the aged women. An example of kaani work shawl is here:

    kani work kashmiri shawl
    kaani work shawl
  4. Body work kashmiri shawl: This type of shawl is one of the top favourite item among the young girls as it is a universal type of product that can be used at college, at a function, at office or at home. An example is shown here:
    embroidered kashmiri shawl
    kashmiri shawl with body work

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