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Tribal Jewellery at Abof

Do you know about the collection of Tribal Tales at Abof? Abof  is all about fashion. Here you not only get the trendiest and best in apparel, footwear and accessories, you also get to know the latest in fashion through their fashion articles and news.
Tribal Tales at abof has a tribal bend to the new age fashion. Here the stylist plays with prints and tribal motifs.  The patterns are richly woven. One thing that will draw your attention is the tribal jewellery collection. Heavy looking jewellery with tribal finish would give you a different look altogether.

Tribal Jewellery in India

India has a huge tribal population with around 645 different tribes still living in India. One thing that you cannot miss about the tribal attire is their filling heavy jewellery. The jewellery is ethnic, attractive and has a distinct rustic charm of their own. It is usually made up natural materials like bone, wood, clay, beads, stones, shells and crude metal. The unrefined and distinguishable size of the jewellery makes it so unique. They sometimes also have unique stones, like turquoise, studded on it.  Jewellery is worn as necklaces, earrings, bracelets, nose rings, pendants, anklets, belts, tassels, headpieces and hair jewelry

What makes it look like a Tribal Jewellery

So what makes it look like tribal?

1.  The sheer size

What attracts one’s attention to a tribal costume is its superimposing jewelry. It is exquisite and a charm of its own. The jewelry covers the head, the forehead, neck, chest, arms, legs toes.

2.  The rugged design

The designs are rugged and one can easily make out that they are made out of hand. The unsymmetrical and intense look of the jewellery can be felt from a distance. It is usually made out of crude silver but white metal, an alloy of low content silver with nickel and zinc is also used.

3.  The weight

Some traditional Indian tribes wear up to 11/2 kilogram of jewellery. Earrings hanging from stretched earlobes are a common site. The ornament plays a role to exhibit the wealth of the tribe. It is also meant for protection and health.

 4.  Materials used

The ornaments that people wore were from natural materials. They used wood, feathers, clay, bones, beads, stones, shells to adorn. These materials were strung together and they complemented each other to give a distinctive look.
Go Tribal: Abof's Exclusive Collection of Tribal Jewellery|

Tribal Jewellery at Abof

Abof has started with its tribal designed jewellery collection. It has brought broad necklaces at very affordable prices. These can be easily worn with tops, kurtas and even traditional and ethnic wear. They have multicolor stone studded on it. It has detailed beading with white, yellowish and gunmetal tones. The jewellery is adorned with tassels, beads, feathers and threads. Transparent faceted droplets are something you would not miss. These jewellery have adjustable lobster clasp with helps you to easily adjust the length you want to suit with your attire.

The maintenance of the jewellery is easy. Wipe with a clean cotton swab when needed. Complement it with your apparel. You can get clothes of your choice at Abof too. Visit Couponrani to get those unique discounts and coupon codes from major Trendin and Abof.

Go Tribal: Abof's Exclusive Collection of Tribal Jewellery|
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by CouponRani
Hi guys, I hope you all are doing great. Today, first time in the history of my blog ,Cherry On Top, there will be a OOTD post. I am really very excited to present my first ever OOTD to you guys. I always wanted to do a fashion related post, especially an OOTD but I never could summon up the courage to do so. No, as it is finally happening, I am very, very thrilled. I hope you like it.
If you are following me on Instagram, you would know that I had posted a picture of a box full of Crochita accessories.

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Today, in this OOTD, I have used two things from that lot- a golden metal choker necklace and a metal headband. I really love them a lot for they are golden and they can jazz up an outfit, especially a monochrome one immediately.

Black and Gold is the match made in heaven. They complement each other like no other duos do. The combination of black and gold is timeless, eternal. Black is one of my favourite colours and gold (read golden metal) is my current obsession. This post is the upshot of that.

I went for a very minimal makeup- just the Lakme CC Cream, a touch of compact and a hint of red lipstick (Maybelline Bold Matte MAT5) just to focus on the stunning necklace. Yes, now that the post is up, I realize I could have smiled more 😛

My First OOTD Post| Black & Enchanted (Ft. Crochita)

My First OOTD Post| Black & Enchanted (Ft. Crochita)

My First OOTD Post| Black & Enchanted (Ft. Crochita)

My First OOTD Post| Black & Enchanted (Ft. Crochita)

My First OOTD Post| Black & Enchanted (Ft. Crochita)

My First OOTD Post| Black & Enchanted (Ft. Crochita)

~Outfit Details~
Dress: By Vvougish from
Heels: Sreeleathers, Kolkata
Choker necklace & Headband:Crochita

Photography: Amit Mondal (My beau  
About Crochita: Crochita is accessory brand based in Kolkata. They expertise in statement accessories. From statement sunnies to crochet bow clips, they have everything a woman desires. The cutest hair-ties, boldest jewelry and fashionable head-chains, they make everything to make you stand alone among the crowd. You can buy their product from their Facebook Page where they have a huge range of different products to choose from. Click here to navigate.

I am really excited to show you the other two cuties I received from them in my next OOTD post which will be up in a couple of weeks. So stay tuned for that because if you don’t, you’ll really misss out something. Till then stay safe and keep smiling. 

P.S.:  Accessories sent by the brand. 

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