Getting That Stunning Look with Indian Gold Bangle Design


Women don’t need an occasion or any reason to flaunt that gorgeous and stunning look with the selection of the most precious gold bangle design in their collection. They are highly attracted to jewellery because they have to have that perfect style and grace in any place they walk.

The fact that a woman looks an absolute diva in her most perfect dress enhanced with the proper Jewellery gives her the confidence and will to do anything she wants. Such confidence can be observed by the woman’s smile while walking head high straight.

This is a very attractive quality for almost everyone around, and she’ll have a lot of eyes on her.

How to Accessorize Yourself Properly!

There are various types of jewellery through which women can look like a magnificent diva. But one should know the type of jewellery which would be suitable for her body type perfectly. Experimenting with different models of the same jewellery type is the most preferred way of getting the best one.

Another way is by doing some research beforehand to find out what type of jewellery would be suitable for your body, like the length of a necklace as per your neck height and circumference. Or choosing a proper and latest gold bangle design based on your wrist, dress, as well as your ring you’re already wearing or planning to wear.

Proper Jewellery Designs Depend On Your Other Beauty Aspects

The most basic and necessary detail to look when on a jewellery shopping spree is to look for Jewellery which matches your skin tone. There are three types of skin tones you must be aware of which are cool, warm, and neutral.

Skin Tone

To find your skin tone, just stay directly under the sun and take a look at your veins in your arms. If the colour of your veins looks greenish, then your skin tone is warm. If the colour is bluish, then the skin tone is cool and if there are both colours present, your skin tone is neutral.

The people with tan or dark skin mostly have a cool skin tone. The best type of jewellery for this skin tone is jewellery crafted with platinum and white stone. Gems like Blue Sapphire, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Ruby, Opal, Tanzanite, and Zircon would also look excellent for this skin tone.

For people with warm skin tones, yellow or rose gold will be a fantastic choice. You can also opt for gemstones such as Alexandrite, Garnet, Morganite, Ruby, Mandarin Garnet, and fancy yellow diamonds.

Best Choice for Any Skin Tone

If you’re not sure about your skin tone, don’t worry. Diamond is your best friend. They look amazingly fantastic on either of the skin tones, and you can’t go wrong with it. There are Indian gold bangles which have studded diamond in them. Try once and you’ll never go back to researching if your skin tone will match your jewellery.

You must also keep in mind that if you feel comfortable in any other earrings, necklace, bracelet, or a ring; choose it regardless of the colour of your veins. It won’t impact much as long as you’re comfortable and confident in what you are wearing.

Compliments of the Matching Dress

Have you ever wondered how some people look fabulous with a simple dress and minimalistic jewellery while some people give a shabby and unorganized look no matter how much precious jewellery they’re wearing?

It all comes down to being able to fashion a dress and jewellery which complement each other as per the occasion. If this is done appropriately, each piece of jewellery and dress will have a statement of their own, and they’ll work together to bring yourself in a wonderful and gorgeous look.

Let’s talk about the three most common types of dresses and how to pair them with Jewellery:


Saree is indeed one of those garments which can be worn on several occasions. You need to keep in mind that your saree is your extension, and it should elevate your look and make you stand out from the crowd

The most important aspect is the border of the Saree. Gold complements sarees with yellowish and golden borders nicely. The sarees like Kanchipuram Silk, Paithani, &Banarasi Silk are the perfect examples of this. For a Saree with heavy work, a singular statement piece looks stunning or maybe just some additional subtle Jewellery.


Choosing that perfect Lehenga Jewellery is an important factor, as it plays a pivotal role in making or breaking your entire look. The colour of the dress also matters a lot when picking the dress; not only colours but the choice of ornaments for Jewellery as well.

Statement by flaunting a large earring with the lehenga is also a popular choice as it offers a trendy and bold look. If the earring is bold enough for you, you can also choose to completely skip the necklace.

Choosing such gold bangle designs which are bold look exquisite on lehengas with more traditional designs. Multiple layered bangles could also enhance the existing look on you.

To drive the entire attention on you, you can wear a short necklace or a choker. A flattering front neck or lehengas with heavy work will go well with statement chokers.

Western Dress

The most playful of outfits and experimenting with them has become one of the most loved choices for Indian women. The rule of thumb is to pair the jewellery as per the neckline of the outfit. Here are a few examples of how the dresses with different necklines can be paired with necklaces or pendants:


Dress Neck Type Suggested Jewellery
Turtle-neck Long Chains or Pendants
Scoop Short Pendants with high Volume
Square Angular Pendants
Strapless Choker
Off Shoulder Asymmetric
Halterneck Slim Pendants
Collar Short Pendant or Choker
V Neck V-Shaped Pendants
Boat Neck Long Beads
Sweetheart Curved Beads or Pendants


You must always make sure to look your absolute best and comfortable with any choice of dress and jewellery.



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