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Hello, my dears and nears! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

I went for a junk jewellery haul back then in Mumbai, and I found some very pretty junk danglers. I’ve shared the pictures below. I wanted to grab as many as I could ‘coz I’ve always been fascinated towards Indian ethnic wear but in lack of good accessories that can go along. So this was hell of a task for me and when I entered the market, it was not as difficult as I thought it would be. πŸ™‚

 

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

 

I heard so much about the Colaba Causeway, I couldn’t resist checking that out. It was heaven! It was full of so many things any girl would wanna add to their wardrobe. I liked many danglers and jhumkis though, for starters, I bought only a few of them. I got some silvers and some golds in junk obviously and they turned out to be amazing. Check those out below!

 

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Junk Jewellery

 

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Junk Jewellery

 

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

 

This particular silver one below, they had in golden as well. And they looked so traditional and pretty thatΒ I couldn’t leave either of them. I had to grab both and so have I.

 

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

 

Also, I tried to be creative with my most favorite one among these. The big silver one right below is a two-piece earring which I split up and there comes out another cute junk silver dangler that can go with so many other outfits. Isn’t that great? It didn’t break FYI, as it was held together by two tiny rings which I deliberately took off, and now, I can count it as two in my collection. Yippeee!!!!Β  I loved it the original way, and now I love it even more. And why not? Being a woman, I canΒ very well understand the feeling of “Buy 1 Get 1”. πŸ˜‰

 

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Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

Junk Jewellery

 

I found these in Mumbai’s Colaba Causeway market, but you can get these from from Sarojini as well, which is in Delhi. I’m sure there are plenty you can find in some other markets as well in India, probably better than these, and if I’d get a chance to explore something new and different, I’d definitely come back to you with some more and exiting danglers. Just stay connected!

Also, do let me know if this information was of any help to you. I’d love to hear the feedback from you all, which will help me guide you better in future. πŸ™‚

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Outfits Details:

Green kurti : Fabindia
Black warm kurti: Global Desi

 

 

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