WHAT VARIETY OF OXIDISED JEWELRY IS POPULAR AND TRENDY?
Oxidised jewellery is the first choice of women who adore the feisty, ethnic, folksy ‘rarer than thou’ look. You may have already noticed women with an artistic or creative bent of mind wearing oxidised jewellery often. To state this as un-stereotypically as we can, think of a high profile literary critic, an independent artist, and a budding hipster musician at a high browed literature or art festival, chances are all of them may be carrying oxidised jewellery. Women who appreciate the boho and hippie look prefer oxidised jewellery too.
Differently, in provincial or festival circuits, oxidised jewellery is immensely popular during Navratri and cultural festivals. Foreigners interested in Indian tribal hand-made jewellery make a straightaway to Rajasthan, Gujarat, Odisha, or Bengal for the best regionally-made fashion oxidised jewellery. The original enthusiasts and wearers of oxidised jewellery are the tribular folks of any region, including but not circumscribed to Rajasthani Banjaras, the gipsy people, the Native American tribes, ethnic hill tribes, African and Asian tribes.
Usually, oxidised necklace and earring sets are paired with regular outfits or sarees but don’t confine oxidised ornaments to just these attires. You can mix and match different Indo-western or modern sartorial styles like a rainbow skirt with a cotton tank top and pair it with chunky oxidised necklaces, or wear a strapless gown with geometric or animal/floral themed oxidised choker and bracelet cuffs of oxidised silver. Or else, just go with classic oxidised gemstone lockets or totemic oxidised earrings paired with daily workwear. The options are many and the more you experiment with oxidised jewellery, the more artistic you can get with your outfit pairings.
HOW TO BUY OXIDISED JEWELLERY
The great news about oxidised jewellery is you can buy it from Fern Stall. Styles are versatile and choices are limitless. Regular silver jewellery would require regular upkeep due to its tarnish-prone creation, but the blackened silver look is the USP of oxidised jewellery so you won’t need to wash it for shine. But if you’re cognizant of the clash between the shades of the silver and your skin tone, try them on really before ordering similar shades online. Scrutinize each piece before spending money, to see if the metal is sturdy as opposed to bendable, or if the stonework or enamelling is firmly set.
Buying contemptible oxidised jewellery for short-term wear or single wear is not a cause for concern, but if you’re planning to make it a daily or regular wear, make sure you buy it from a trusted jeweller. Hard-wearing oxidised jewellery will cause its blackened look to disappear over some time and the true silver will appear. In such cases, take it to the jeweller for a re-blackening touch-up.
WHERE TO BUY OXIDISED JEWELLERY FROM?
If you’re keen on buying high fashion designer oxidised jewellery, look no further than Fern Stall. Oxidised silver jewellery with unique and conceptual designs is one of the best in India. Fern Stall having affordable oxidised jewelry in a variety of styles.