Buying Fashion Jewelry-Faux Kundan Polki Necklace
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December 29, 2011
It is a well known fact that jewellery forms a vital part of the ‘solaha sringar’ or sixteen adornments for the Indian woman. In keeping in line with the past traditions, jewellery has become a significant element of both festive and regular wear for people. Many women wear jewellery during religious occasions such as Diwali, Holi, Dhan Teras, and Laxmi Puja, since it is considered extremely auspicious to wear them.
For many young women, wearing imitation jewellery perfectly suits their attire and standard of living. Nowadays, many Indian women also work to sustain their families. Imitation jewellery forms a perfect combination with their lifestyle and dress in such situations.
Many women keep a range of authentic jewellery to wear on authentic and religions occasions. However, wearing imitation jewellery during other occasions such as a parties, or even while out on a trip is considered perfectly acceptable these days. Wearing imitation jewellery is also safer in many out door situations, such as going to work in crowded transport or while walking through a crowed street or even a deserted lane.
A variety of imitation jewellery is available in our online gallery presently. Such jewellery includes necklaces,polki jewelry,faux pearl pendant,meenakari jewelry,anklets, imitation pearl ornaments, chains, gift articles, kundan sets, lakh bangles, and a lot more. Also, a range of bridal, designer, sets, and singles are available as imitation jewellery at present.
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