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Flaunt your neck with a neckpiece this Diwali

Aren’t you fully dressed? If you want to look stylish with minimum jewellery, go for neckpieces that give a touch of taste and completeness to your look. Let us take a look at some of the most sought after neckpieces available in the market.

South Indian Temple pendant necklaces

These neckpieces come in beads of various colours like white, maroon, blue and golden. The main attraction, the pendants, are made of alloys white are gold plated. These pendants bear the images of goddess Laxmi, Gansha, Balaji and many other gods and goddesses. These also come with long chains made of coins giving it an ethnic look. You can wear these with sarees having broad borders. These are available for a price of about Rs2699.

Bridal neckpieces

These neckpieces are designed to cover the whole neck. These often come with contrast colours like white and maroon stones. These can be worn singly or with earrings. You can wear these with sarees, lehengas and even with salwar suits. They are available for a price of about Rs1950.

Antique metallic necklace

These are casual neckpieces that go with salwars and sometimes even with skirts and tops with ethnic prints. These add a different glamour to your appearance. These are available for near about Rs1200.

Meenakari neckpiece

Again with a touch of ethnicity come these meenakari neckpieces. They are made of beads with meenakari work on them. These can be worn with saress, salwars and lehengas. Get these for about Rs1300.

Diovanni neckpieces

These neckpieces look neat and petite. They can 0be easily worn with western dresses and salwars. The chains come in gold and silver colours and sculpted loop designs. These are available for about Rs500.

Stone neck pieces

These come in multiple colours. They can be worn with sarees, salwars and skirts. They come with an affordable pice range of Rs300 to Rs800.

These neckpieces show how the look of the neck can change your entire persona. A neckpiece fits beautifully in almost any dress. It seems to be the last missing piece of a puzzle. Possessing one will not go waste.

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Written by Ranja

A book editor and a content writer, my first love has always been to write. I'm also a romantic at heart and love dwelling in my own world of imagination.

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