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This Gudi Padwa buy funky jewellery, apt for the new-age, modern woman wanting to break the rules and stand out

This Gudi Padwa buy funky jewellery, apt for the new-age, modern woman wanting to break the rules and stand out

For new-age India, jewellery is an expression, a tool that reflects one’s personality and makes a bold statement.

This Gudi Padwa, break the rules, try something different and unconventional and buy a piece of jewellery that wows you and that you will wear over and over again.

Anayah Jewellery
Traditional kundan pieces come together with modern Cubic Zirconia in these fashion-forward pieces alongside men’s accessories such as kurta buttons and more. Anayah’s costume jewellery is, both, colourful and cheerful, and can be worn on different occasions.

Celebrities Kareena Kapoor Khan, Jahnvi Kapoor, Mahira Khan and Fawad Khan have worn the brand’s pieces as well.

Price starts at ₹2,700.

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Baka Jewellery

For the lovers of conscious luxury, there can’t be anything better than a sustainable brand. The very innovative Baka Jewellery’s materials are ethically sourced and the pieces made from upcycled, repurposed, recyclable and renewable silver, aluminium, gemstones and bamboo. The brand also ensures that its jewellery is long-lasting, slow-designed and handcrafted. They customise pieces as well.

Prices start at ₹2,000

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Photo credit – Baka Instagram


If you are a fan of minimal, structural, hand-made jewellery, De’Anma’s pieces will blow your mind away. They give chaand baalis a whole new dimension, the sleek and contemporary one, which all the lovers of cool will certainly like.

Price starts at ₹1,800

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Photo credit – De’Anma Instagram

Forest of Chintz

New, young brand Forest of Chintz reimagines traditional craft techniques and gives it a contemporary touch. The designs draw from culture, connecting the colloquial to the cosmopolitan. The brand’s bags, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and scarves from Forest of Chintz are inspired by Gothic art, Sea Anemones, Polka Dot, and, of course, the wonders of the Forest.

The brand, which recently opened its first store in Mahalaxmi, Mumbai, is the brainchild of Sumangali Gada and Nitai Mehta of “Adity”, one of India’s oldest fashion export houses, established in 1967.

Retail store – Unit No. F-6, First Floor, Shree Luxmi Woollen Mills Estate, Above ABACA. Shakti Mills lane, Mahalaxmi.
Call +91 99205 96050 from 11 am to 7 pm
Price starts at ₹4,000


Tribe Amrapali
Tribe Amrapali has made such a mark on millennial buyers that it’s hard to do a story without mentioning it. They are everything – fine, bold, boho, tribal and funky. And we are tripping over their newest Adi collection, pieces of rustic yet beautiful bohemian-looking pieces.

Price starts at ₹5,000

gudi padwa funky jewellery


MoonRay is a new label by Karishma Swali (one half of JADE by Monica & Karishma and House of Chanakya and The Chanakya School) and her daughter Avantika Swali and we absolutely love their craftsy, free-spirited designs, especially their minimalist and bold 22krat gold-plated jewellery, which has the stars and the moon and beatles and crochet and more.

Price starts at ₹2,500

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