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Happy tinkling feet with latest Payal designs



By Richa

Payals are not only wonderfully gorgeous but sing out loud their attractive and out of box plan. We can’t wait to take hold of them! Thus, no more dilly dallies. Read the latest gossip about them below.

The Payal or Pajeb (or anklets are what they are calling it these days) have been worn from time immemorial and are even shown in the sculptures of ancient temples. It is an integral part of every Indian girl’s jewellery box and to top that we even have many Bollywood tracks with the beautiful payal word (and its various forms) in it like Jhanjhariya Uski Chanak Gayi Chunarii Bhii Sar Se Sarak Gayi *so cool right*. And if we talk about Indian brides, well, there trousseau is considered incomplete if they won’t go all ‘maine payal hai chankaayi’ on their D-Day. And why not of course, imagine the beautiful bride in her best outfit and her pretty mehendi laden feet are graced with a sparkly statement piece – the melodious chan-chan of the payal is a sign of a new bride settling down happily in her new home.

“Women have always had a strong admiration for jewellery and accessories. These days’ women are more inclined towards contemporary jewellery. Be it a college going girl or a newlywed bride, they all want to look gorgeous by putting on something unique. The inclination towards lightweight and quirky accessories has brought back the trend of anklets with quite a bang. In earlier times, married women mostly wore anklets; however, with changing times and trends, it is widely preferred by young women too,” says Mr. Kapil Hetamsaria, CEO and Co-Founder, VelvetCase.com.

“Anklets have returned as a trend and have become quite a hit among modern women. Be it thick, thin or any other design, anklets have the potential to make your feet look more stylish and fashionable. With the increasing popularity of anklets, women prefer wearing them with every outfit from traditional to western,” he further continued.

Every time you lift your lehenga, everyone will have a look at your beautiful foot jewellery! Which is why we have picked our favourite traditional bridal payals. They are all ‘oh so gorgeous’!

Tribal Brio: When you’re looking for an option different from traditional bridal payals, this is the one to go for. Popularly known as the ‘tribal’ style, we can definitely see you wearing this after the wedding. Made from pure silver, we also love the name - ‘silver thandai’!



Rainbow at your Feet: You can’t get more colourful than this! Studded with American diamonds and beads, these payals are perfect for the bride who wants the look without the heaviness. Indulge in colourful anklet allure and let your feet do the talking.

Gleaming Gold: Gold has a deep rooted significance in Indian history, alluring people from different parts of the world with its beauty and charm. Its golden glow is visible across seas and borders, evoking emotions from millions of hearts. “Gold traditional payals are worn by many Indian women on a daily basis. It is also something that is passed down generations,” says Designer Shillpa Purii.

Chamakti Chaandi: Did you ever imagine something as basic as anklets could have benefits other than the melodious sound they make and the beauty they provide to your feet? Silver anklets not only give a mesmerising look to your feet, but also make you feel energetic and divine. That is not just it – they help in getting rid of the leg pain, aids in curing swollen heels, boosts immunity etc. Whatever be your reason, if you think anklets are your thing, then all you have to do is SHOP (that’s a happy word).

Pearl it up! Ubiquitous pearls always give a glorious look, no matter with what they are paired – traditional, Western or Indo-Western – add them with kundans into glinting gold design or make a contemporary starriness floating piece out of them; we promise, you’ll be absolutely sorted for the upcoming wedding season.

Lovely Kundan: Ms. Puri says “When your bridal jewellery is all kundan, then why not your payal? You’ll be light on your feet, and look so pretty! Kundan studded heavy statement payals are popular during weddings.”

Unique Phooljadi: Unlike a traditional payal - which are usually silver - this one has enamel work on it. It differs in shape too - covering the entire foot. The floral motif and colours go with every lehenga we can imagine. Plus, it’s so pretty you can even wear it after the wedding!

 

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