Love gold, but want a modern, chic and funky way to adorn the yellow metal? Here are some truly extraordinary ways to wear gold everyday- be it for work or pleasure- as well as gift it to the stylish 20-30-year olds in your life!
Have you heard of these new-age designs?
Ear-cuffs are popular with women in their 20s. A funky, trendy way to add the grace of gold to your garb.
There are earrings that don’t just rest on the earlobe, but cover other angles of the ear as well. Some emerge from the inside of the ear, while others line the curve of the ear. They can be clasped on with small hoops, or can hang elegantly like a multi-layered chain.
Jewellery options neck-deep in style!
Choosing a meaningful pendant is the most popular way to customise gold necklaces. Anything from a small gold animal to gold alphabets that spell your initials or your birthday.
Layered necklaces are a stylish way to combine multiple pieces of jewellery to create a new one that can help change your day look to a fancier night look in a matter of seconds.
With your head held high!
It isn’t just for a wedding day that your hair should get a golden touch up! Consider sequined clips, a delicate gold head-chain that has a regal feel to it, or even a celestial hair accessory designed with stars.
Why stick to the conventional gold jewellery and follow the same old trends?
There are so many more fascinating ways to wear gold. You can wear an arm band to stylise a sleeveless top; a body chain that accentuates the shape of your torso, or an extended necklace that fashions your shoulders into a graceful golden display.
With heavier, traditional jewellery, one often ends up deciding an entire outfit based on one piece of jewellery, because that’s the attention gold jewellery demands. But for daily wear, you can consider these unconventional jewellery items that allow you to add a little gold and glamour to your look.
The People's Republic of China introduced a series of bullion gold coins in 1982 called Chinese Panda. The obverse side contains the design of the 'temple of heaven' and with Chinese characters on top saying "Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo" meaning People's Republic of China and the design of the Panda displayed on the reverse side of the coin is changed every year. It earlier came in variants ranging from 1/20 ounces to 1 ounce, but since 2016 the metric weight system of grams was introduced.
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