The day is near ladies. Karwa Chauth for the year 2021 is on Sunday, 24 October. While looking for new trends for this coming Karwa Chauth, many of us are fascinated by the numerous vibrant shades in the variety of bangles that we wear. Here are some types of bangles you can go for if you would like to tone up your look for your hubby!
The first-ever trace of a glass bangle is from the period of the Indus Valley Civilisation. For years, many of us girls have been accessorizing our outfits with different bangles and glass bangles have been the one for all of us. Glass bangles are light in weight, translucent in opacity and smooth in texture. Having a low cost of manufacturing, the type becomes a cheaper substitute for a conventional bangle.
Glass bangles look incredibly gorgeous if a versatile set of colours are put together in a bunch. Using 1 colour but different shades or complementary colours in the pairing of bangles in a bunch is a great trick to ace your bangle game.
A metal bangle is a type of rigid, circular bracelet that is worn on the wrists. These bangles are sub-divided into two categories; fancy and spiritual. The spiritual metal bangle is the bangle of the Sikh, with significance taking certain regions of India and is worn by both men and women around the world.
The fancy metal bangle is attached with embellishments and is worn on special occasions such as Karwa Chauth in India. The embellishments can be carved onto the bangle or attached to it.
A fancy metal bangle can be thick or thin, light or heavy, silver or coloured, and possibly anything you want it to be. Your self-designs can be turned into metal bangles.
The silk (Here’s A Complete Guide To Wash Silk Clothes) thread bangles is a kind of thread jewellery that is fashionably in demand. To make thread jewellery, you need to cut 10 to 20 strands of silk thread 12 inches (30 cm) long. You will need to make several strands of thread wrap the entire bangle.
To store and keep a thread bangle clean is a major task. Keep the bangle away from water or any liquid items. Do not apply excessive pressure on the bangle. Avoid chemicals and perfumes as much as possible. Do not forget to store properly after using.
Kundan jewellery is one of the oldest forms of jewellery in India with a legacy of over 2,500 years. The jewellery is created by setting the shaped, uncut diamonds and the polished multicoloured gemstones into a designed pure gold or faux metal base.
Kundan is a form of jewellery made from gold. The actual gold content is very low, as the design showcases more of the stones than the metal itself. As a result, Kundan is not as expensive as it seems. Kundan jewellery always needs to be stored in plastic boxes with sponges or cotton as it reacts with the other chemicals and turns black. Avoid any chemical contact with your jewellery.
Cuff bangles are wider bangles worn around the wrist. They are made by flattening and shaping metals, usually in gold or silver, or in other substitute materials such as leather or copper. The metal is flattened to form the basic shape of the cuff and later rounded so that it can easily slip onto the wrist.
Cuff bangles are a great bangle type for a daily wear accessory. You can get your name or a quote engraved on it for yourself or someone special for a celebration too (Here Is How You Can Celebrate A Lockdown Birthday In The Family!).
Which one are you planning on wearing for this Karwa Chauth? Let us know on our official Instagram account. Stay tuned to HerZindagi for more trends!