Lockdown cleaning is in progress and I just cleaned my entire junk jewellery collection. Sorting my wardrobe and my jewellery is my favourite type of cleaning. You can try on some pieces and model around. Sometimes you even discover items that you had forgotten that you owned. I decided to shoot some of my favourite junk jewellery for this blog. I’m a big fan of really huge chunky earrings of different kinds. Most of my collection consists of them. I do have some neck pieces as well but I’m not big on wearing them because it’s usually too hot in India to be comfortable wearing something around your neck!
Let’s start with the very very large earrings in my collection. These are my prized possessions –
I bought these absolutely gorgeous earrings during my trip to Dubai. Don’t know what to categorise these as.
Quirky earrings that are perfect for travel outfits. These were gifted to me.
These are my favourite medium sized earrings:
Moving on to the small-ish earrings in my collection:
Places where I shop my junk jewellery from:
- Janpath Market, New Delhi
- Bandra Hill Road, Mumbai
- Colaba, Mumbai
Travel: all cities in Rajasthan are amazing for picking up classic pieces of jewellery. I’ve picked up earrings from Jaipur, Pushkar & Jodhpur.
I also shop for classic pieces from Amrapali and FabIndia which I haven’t included in this collection, since I won’t classify them as junk jewellery. Definitely Tribe by Amrapali is my favourite brand to pick up quirky yet gorgeous jewellery.
These are some of my favourite earrings. I love fashion, junk jewellery and getting dressed up! I’ve decided to do a few blogs on fashion. Do let me know how you like my style of earrings and if I should do a similar post on the neck pieces in my collection.