Who doesn’t love pearl jhumkas! In gold, silver, oxidized, or platinum, pearl jhumkas create awesome feminine looks we all crave for. Pearl jhumkas pair well with salwar suits, kurtis and jeans, lehengas, and sarees of all fabrics. They are perfect to style with any kind of ethnic or fusion outfits.
Pearl jhumka styles to pick from
Dressy or simple, pearl jhumkas can help you create the look you want. In crescent, chandelier, dome, and multilayer shapes, pearl jhumkas amp up the glam of any outfit.
Pearl jhumkas with coloured beads
Pearl jhumkas with red, blue, green, black and multicoloured beads can be easily worn with the outfit of the day. Wear them with jeans, kurta sets or lavish lehengas. Match them with the butas and borders of your favourite sarees. Create a coordinated look with matching hues.
Classic pearl jhumkas
Perfect for chikankari fabrics in suits, kurtas, and sarees. The classic pearl jhumka, in any size, is a romantic looking accessory for a soft and dainty look. Oversized pearl jhumkas can be used as showstoppers and statement pieces. Match it with bold and glamorous make-up.
Temple pearl jhumkas
Temple pearl jhumkas have an antique gold polish, miniature religious idols, and tiny white pearls. They pair well with traditional wear and ornate silk sarees with thick gold and zari borders. Fantastic statement pieces with ornate anarkalis!
Contemporary pearl jhumkas
Contemporary pearl jhumkas could have three to four layers, with intricate engravings or designs, and pearl jhumka danglers. They could be created in oxidized metal, silver or gold. Pearl jhumkas with pastel shades are a new age way to style traditional earrings. These can be matched and coordinated with many types of colourful and over the top ethnic outfits.
Picking and styling the perfect pair of pearl jhumkas
The Passa pearl jhumka has become a bride favourite, with Deepika Padukone wearing them in the amazing movie Bajirao Mastani. Simply style them with a traditional silk saree, and match the beads with the dazzling colour of the saree fabric.
The Chandelier pearl jhumka is perfect for weddings and engagement parties. They look great with Diwali outfits also. With a crescent design, the jhumkas are sleek and long with gemstone and diamond encrusting. Luxurious pieces for the perfect flamboyant look.
The ornate Paisley pearl jhumkas are essential pieces for brides. With a big paisley pendant and a pearl jhumka dangler, this can be bought in many colours to match the bridal look.
The Karnaphool pearl jhumkas have ethnic vibes. The ornate and studded disc, Karnaphool, sits on the earlobe. While the pearl jhumka dangles close to the neck. An ethnic design from Rajasthan, the Karnaphool pearl jhumkas suit any Indian outfit with vibrant colours.
Pearl jhumkas may be heavy in weight. Pick one you are able to carry with comfort. Look for clean bonds and shiny stones. The tiny beads in the danglers must be separate. They need to flow easily for a soft look.
Explore more about pearl jewellery designs in our in-depth pearl jewellery design guide.
Caring for your pearl jhumkas
Pearl jhumkas react immediately with acidic liquids like vinegar and citrus fruits. They also get affected by calcium carbonate. Cosmetic chemicals and sweat damage pearl jhumkas. Keep them away from these damaging liquids. Cleaning of the pearl jhumkas needs to be done with soft cloth. Store them in original boxes. Taking these precautions will ensure your pearl jhumkas shine bright for a long time.