Unique Handcrafted Anklets for Your Beautiful Feet
Women and their feet have always been best friends with anklets, a beautiful chain like ornament which adorns their feet and holds the power of capturing hearts that witness their beauty and are enthralled by their tinkling sound. Anklets have been a part of the Indian traditions since the era of kings and queens when women adorned anklets to signify their marital status and dancers wore them to add a touch of grace and sensuality to their dance movements. Gradually with time anklets became an integral part of every girl's jewellery collection and underwent a transformation from being only traditional to come in designs that are trendy enough to be worn even at the office. Anklets or Payal as they are commonly known as are gifted to newborn girls as an auspicious gift and gifted to the new bride by her family. Not only are they worn by women as a vital part of their daily life but also as a fashion accessory. There are several designs and kinds of anklets that are available today and you can pick any anklet designs that suits your style.
Metal anklets - These are increasingly popular among young girls and working women. Not too flashy but dainty enough to amp the beauty of your feet, metal anklets do not have many embellishments and you can have one in any metallic hue right from yellow gold, rose gold, and silver to oxidized silver. They are mostly in the form of a slender chain that goes well with western attire really well without drawing any attention to them.
Beaded anklets - Beaded anklets are generally worn by girls with western attire and mostly on one foot. The colorful beads and the various shapes and designs can be matched with the colors of the dress.
Bridal anklets - Also known as Jhaanjhar because of their ornate design, bridal anklets are generally quite heavy and have a beautiful inlay work of polki, kundan or even diamonds. Many brides are now opting for rose gold anklets, unlike the traditional silver ones. Little bells or ghungroos are a part of these anklets, along with intricate craftsmanship.
Gold anklets - Gold anklets are now trending at par with silver anklets which were once the only option women preferred. Gold anklets go very well with traditional Indian clothing like sarees, salwar suits and lehengas with ease. If you are wearing polki, kundan or diamond jewelry on any occasion you can now match your anklets along with the rest of your jewelry.
Ajmeri Payal design - These payals are often seen gracing the feet of dancers performing traditional dances like Kuchipudi or Garba. They are quite broad and have a number of small bells attached to them that give out a loud jingle.
The kada anklet - Made out of silver, this anklet design was earlier relegated only to the jewelry box of rural women but is now fast making its place in all fashion circuits. Circular like a sturdy kada, these anklets are made both in gold and silver and are the no-fuss anklets.
Sterling silver anklets - The all time favorite sterling silver anklets have been famous since anklets came into being. Meenakari work, enamel work, colored zircon, ghunghroos, chains, and charms; you name it and you can have it all in your silver anklets.
Pair anklets with other jewellery and traditional dresses
With anklets now available in all metallic hues right from gold and silver to copper you can match them easily with the other jewelry pieces you plan to wear on an occasion. If going in for traditional attire, you can go in for traditional designs like polki, antique pearl design, and jadau or kundan anklets. For daily wear or for teaming up with your western attire, keep the anklet design simple so that it does not jingle away too much. You can even go in for string, shell or chain anklets.
At Mirraw, you will find an extensive collection of all such designer anklets that will match perfectly not only with the color of your attire but also with the embroidery work on it. Right from diamond, pearl, zirconia and diamond to trendy beaded anklets, the anklets designs at Mirraw will leave you spoilt for choice.