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Some designs are forever – such as jhumki and paper quilling earrings. Jhumka - from being eternal pieces of beauty are now also a hot fashion trend. They have found their way from traditional weddings or ethnic dance concerts to fashion ramps and party circuits. This means that wearing a diamond jhumki or a gold jhumki is a bare necessity. Being exotic earrings, jhumkis were always designed traditionally and with a certain predictable style.
But Voylla goes several steps ahead. These chandelier shaped earrings that come in a dome or bell shaped appearance are now fashionably styled. The traditional symmetries of antique jhumkas are fused with modern forms. The culmination results in a breed of diamond jhumkas, gold jhumkas or silver earrings that is truly outstanding. This breed is called Voylla fashion.
Single-layered jhumkis versus multi-layered jhumkis
Traditionally earrings were restricted to gold and silver – and there were more bridal jhumkas than the ones that can be worn every day. But modern day accessories are made of copper as well. There are scores of options for those on a Terracotta jhumkas online shopping spree. Currently, the focus when looking for traditional online jewellery is only on design originality – metal hardly matters.
Big jhumkas or small ones or medium sized accessories can be yellow gold plated – as long as it’s amazingly designed and fashionable – it’s the best pick! Multi-layered antique jhumka designs have given way to single-layered ones. Multi-layered jhumkis have many circular domes stacked atop each other. It was thought that more number of circular domes added more glitter and beauty.
Voylla achieves spellbinding beauty with just single layer jhumkis. And these designer jhumka accessories are convenient to use, lightweight, and durable.
North-Indian jhumkis versus south-Indian jhumkis
South Indian jhumkis were mainly based on the dance form named Bharatnatyam. Pearls and kemp stones adorned these temple jewelry jhumkas. Another prominent feature was the ear chains attached to the accessories. Voylla has taken inspiration from this design philosophy and created
Bharatanatyam jhumkis – but in distinct fashionable avatars. Similarly North Indian jhumkis such as Kashmiri jhumka earring online or Rajasthani jhumkas or the ones worn during Gujarathi festivals such as Navratri and worn with ghagra-cholis have also undergone a makeover. This is not mere makeover or face-lift fashion. This is creating a new breed of Indian jhumka designs that is progressive, convenient to use, traditional, fashionable and futuristic!