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Fashion accessory

Accessory is one of the important things that are supposed to be your main concern if you want to dress fashionably. There are a lot of kinds of accessories that you can mix and match with your dress. However, there is something that you should know when mixing and matching the accessories is that you should choose accessories that really represent your unique style.

Some examples of types of accessories is that accessories for Types of accessories jewelry,, handbags, hats, belts, scarves, watches, sunglasses, Stockings, leg warmers, leggings , bow ties, , neckties, suspenders, tights.

Hair ornaments Hairpins Fascinators

Some of you might be wondering what is the important of accessories anyway. The fact is accessories helping you to maximize your appearance and making you look different from the other people.

Though you have the same style with your friends, the choice of accessories that you wear will show which style is better. , a pleasant match certainly makes the individuality of the being approach out in full blossom.

Accessories can add color, style and class to an outfit, and create a certain look, but they can also have a practical function: Ex; handbags can be used to carry small items such as cash, hats protect the face in bad weather, gloves keep hands warm.

Many accessories are produced by clothing design companies. However, there has been an increase in individuals creating their own brand name by designing and making their own label of accessories. Following the internet boom, individuals have been able to sell their own accessories online to anyone across the globe. Handmade unique accessories are in high demand today.

Accessories can be visual symbols of religious affiliation: crucifixes, Jewish stars, Islamic headscarves, skullcaps and turbans are common examples. Designer labels on accessories are perceived by some as an indicator of social status. In the future, there will be [iphasion]]and then [ifasion], the generic form. This describes accessories designed to accommodate iphones, eventually leading to body decoration with [iphplants], implanted in the skin.

history
Over the centuries fashion accessories have changed and evolved. In the

19th century

, English fashion accessories included items such as The Muff, The Tippet, and Tulle shawls. During this time hats and turbans were also considered fashionable. The beginning of the saw radical changes in the way women began to dress. Dress became more practical and meant that accessories didnt play such a big part in fashion during this time. In the fashion accessories become more popular in the western world, with accessories such as fruit corsages to adorn sweaters or hats. Also in the 1950s eyewear began to be used as fashion accessories. The 1950s also saw the rise of the stiletto.

20th century

1950s

Fashion accessories - Handbag

function
A handbag, or purse in American English, is a handled medium-to-large bag that is often fashionably designed, typically used by women, to hold personal items such as wallet/coins, keys, cosmetics, a hairbrush, pepper spray, mobile phone etc.

HISTORY OF HANDBAG:
The term "handbag" first came into use in the early 1900's and generally referred to handheld luggage bags usually carried by men. These were an inspiration for new bags that became popularized for women, including handbags with complicated fasteners, internal compartments, and locks. With this new fashion, jewelers got into the act with special compartments for opera glasses, cosmetics, and fans.

The 1920's saw a revolution in fashion with varying hemlines and lighter clothing. Bags no longer needed to match the outfit perfectly and the rage was for the stylish lady to carry a doll dressed exactly like herself, complete with matching bag for her miniature companion!

The 1940's saw new austerity in clothing, including handbags with the war effort in mind. Metal frames, zips, leather, and mirrors were in short supply so manufacters used plastic and wood. The 50's saw the rise of important designer houses including Channel, Louis Vuitton, and Hermes and the 60's saw the breakdown of old notions of the classical and the rise of youth culture.

Types of Handbags :

Clutch, a small, yet long (rectangular), evening bag without a handle Pocketbook Satchel, a soft-sided case usually of leather, used to carry papers or books; usually has a handle and often has a strap Duffle bag, a large bag usually used for travel or sports

Tote, a medium to large bag with two straps


Messenger bag, a bag with a long strap to be worn across the body Sling bag, a bag with a long strap (similar to a messenger bag), yet smaller

Laptop purse, a medium to largefor protecting a laptop computer. bag that contains a padded interior compartment or sleeve
Camera bag, to carry photographic equipment Cosmetic bag, to hold cosmetics Half moon bag, a bag shaped like a half moon Muff, a winter bag made of real slipfaux fur, woolhands that has or or velvet zippered compartments and a opening for Shoulder bag, a bag with a shoulder strap

Fashion Handbag materials:


Fashion bags & handbags made from silk, jute, cotton and canvas are simply outstanding in terms of detail and finish. The manufacturers also customize these bags to match all the specifications of the buyers. Other fabrics used are nylon, plastic, denim, leather, polyester, vinyl, etc.

Uses Of Handbag:
Handbags have come a long way in the fashion world. No
more just an object that holds a womans wallet, makeup and keys, fashion handbags have become a must-have wardrobe accessory.

For many women, fashion handbags are as much a part of


any outfit, and it sends a message about the personality of the person who carries it.

A fashion handbag contributes to the overall impression of

their wardrobe as their dresses, suits, shirts, blouses, pants, shoes and other clothing items they wear.

Design & Style:


Fashion bags reflects a great combination of design, dimensions and color along with street-smart trend ness
The various designs of ladies fashion bags are inspired from the combination of art, fashion and the confluence of modern and traditional cultures.

Embroidery, bead work, crochet work, mirror work etc are used to add beauty to these bags. Fashion hand bags are crafted with elegant pattern in incredible, rich colors.

HATS

Hats are a wonderful fashion accessory that can suit every outfit and flatter flawlessly with your persona. These are not just handy, but also help a lot in protecting your skin from direct sun rays. There are different styles of hats available in the market from where you can choose a panama or fedora style hat to accolade your outfit. You need not to store them for a special occasion, but you can wear them anywhere and everywhere you want.

The Demise of Hat Wearing


One of the first pictorial depictions of a hat appears in a Thebes tomb painting which shows a man wearing a coolie-style straw hat. Other early hats were the Pileus, a simple skull cap; the Phrygian cap, worn by freed slaves in Greece and Rome; and the Greek Petasos, the first known hat with a brim

Women wore veils, kerchiefs, hoods, caps and wimples. Structured hats for women similar to those of male courtiers began to be worn in the late 16th century.[4] The term milliner comes from the Italian city of Milan, where the best quality hats were made in the 18th century. Millinery was traditionally a womans occupation, with the milliner not only creating hats and bonnets but also choosing lace, trimmings and accessories to complete an outfit. In the first half of the 19th century, women wore bonnets that gradually became larger, decorated with ribbons, flowers, feathers and gauze trims. By the end of the century, many other styles were introduced, among them hats with wide brims and flat crowns, the flower pot and the toque. By the middle of the 1930s, when women began to cut their hair short, they chose hats that hugged the head like a helmet. They were known as "helmet hats

A woman with a hat. Ancient Greek Attic redfigure pelike, 440430 BC, from Nola, Italy. Muse du Petit Palais, Paris

Ancient Greek statue of a lady with blue and gilt garment, fan and sun hat, from Tanagra, 325-300 BC, Altes Museum, Berlin

Famous hatmakers-Brands
James Lock & Co of St James's Street- London Sharp & Davis of 6 Fish Street Hill-London John B. Stetson-American hat company based David Shilling-20th century London Elvis Pompilio - Notable Belgian David Shilling- Notable Belgian Philip Treacy OBE- Irish

Different types of hats


Ascot cap-A hard men's cap, similar to the flat cap, but distinguished by its hardness and rounded shape Balmoral bonnetTraditional Scottish bonnet or cap worn with Scottish Highland dress

AkubraAustralian felt hat with a wide brim.

AyamA Korean traditional winter cap mostly worn by women in the Joseon period from 1392 1910.

Barretina-A traditional style, in red it is now used as a symbol of Catalan identity. It is worn with the top flopping down

BalaclavaA form of headgear covering the whole head, exposing only the face or upper part of it, and sometimes only the eyes. Also known as a ski mask.

Bucket hatA soft cotton hat with a wide, downwardssloping brim.

Baseball capA type of soft cap with a long, stiffened and curved peak.

BeanieA brimless cap with or without a small visor once popular among school boys

BusbyA small fur military hat.

Bowler / DerbyA hard felt hat with a rounded crown created in 1850 by Lock's of St James's, the hatters to Thomas Coke, 2nd Earl of Leicester, for his servants. Sometimes known as a derby hat

BearskinThe tall, furry, full dress uniform hat of the Brigade of Guards designed to protect the footguards against sword-cuts, commonly seen at Buckingham Palace.

Boater

Flat-brimmed and flat-topped straw hat, formerly worn by seamen, and now mostly at summer regattas or garden parties, often with a ribbon in club or college colors. A soft cotton wide-brim hat commonly used by militaries. Similar to a bucket hat. A lightweight all-weather hat designed by John B. Stetson for the demands of the American west.

Boonie hat

Boss of the plains

Campaign hat A broad-brimmed felt or straw hat, with a high crown, pinched symmetrically at the four corners (the "Montana crease"). Capotain A hat worn from the 1590s through the 1640s in England and Northwestern Europe. It is also commonly called a Pilgrim hat. Casquette A small-peaked cap often worn by cyclists. Caubeen An Irish beret.[12]

Chilote cap A woven cap typical of Chilo Archipelago made of coarse raw wool, usually with a pom-pom at the top. Chullo Peruvian or Bolivian hat with ear-flaps made from vicua, alpaca, llama or sheep's wool Chupalla Straw hat made in Chile. Cloche hat Popular bell-shaped ladies hat of the 1920s. Cricket cap A type of soft cap that is a traditional form of headwear for players of the game of cricket.

Cricket cap A type of soft cap that is a traditional form of headwear for players of the game of cricket. Cordobs Flat-brimmed and flat-topped traditional hat originating from Crdoba, Spain, associated with Flamenco and popularized by characters such as the fictional Zorro. Conical Asian hat Simple straw hat associated with East and Southeast Asia. Coonskin cap Hat fashioned from the skin and fur of a raccoon that became associated with American and Canadian frontiersmen of the 18th and 19th centuries. Cowboy hat High-crowned, wide-brimmed hat, with a sweatband on the inside, and a decorative hat band on the outside. Customized by creasing the crown and rolling the brim.[14]

Coonskin cap

Hat fashioned from the skin and fur of a raccoon that became associated with American and Canadian frontiersmen of the 18th and 19th centuries.

Cowboy hat

High-crowned, wide-brimmed hat, with a sweatband on the inside, and a decorative hat band on the outside. Customized by creasing the crown and rolling the brim.[14]

Custodian helmet

Police helmet worn by British constables while on foot patrol.

Deerstalker

Warm close-fitting tweed cap designed for hunting in the wet and windy Scottish climate, with brims in front and behind, and ear flaps which can be tied together either over the crown or under the chin; closely associated with Sherlock Holmes.

New treands
New fashion trends of Wearing a hat instead of veil has seen now a days in brides. Fashion comes to hats on all fronts and captures all the more lovely heads. Image consultant named Natalie drops the main reasons for brides and their girlfriends should seriously think about this wedding accessories

Categories of hats
Spring/Summer Hats Here are some inspirational chapeaus. Hats can be a fabulous accessory and also a cheap way to make a plain T-shirt and blue jeans look cool. Any lightweight hat, of any shape, can be worn in warm weather. Sun Hat: In most situations, this is worn during daylight hours. There are similar floppy hats made of felt for cold winter weather. Cloche Hat: Cloche means bell in French. Some people call this a flapper hat. Bucket Hat With Upturned Brim. Paperboy Hat. Mod or Schoolboy Cap: In the 60s, this shape was de rigueur Carnaby Street style.

Fall/Winter Hats Fall or winter fashion hats are usually made of felt, though knit hats are popular, too. Any of the summer hat shapes (above) can "become" fall/winter hats if they are made from heavier fabric. The phrase winter hat usually means a sporty outdoor ski hat, velour hat, fleece hat, or fur hat. Actually, the only real difference between a winter sport-style hat and a fall fashion hat is that a fashion hat cannot be worn, for long periods of time, in rain or snow. Fashion hats must be reshaped or reblocked if they lose their shape due to excessive moisture. Victorian Top Hat. Cloche Hat Notice that this is the same shape as the summer cloche. The main difference is that this hat is made of wool felt. Cadet Cap. Pork Pie Hat Bucket Hat This is like a cloche, but usually it has a seam or band next to its small brim and most of the time, it has a flat crown. Beret Hat Berets can be worn in summer. Some are made out of cotton and others have sequins, which would make them perfect for parties and clubs. Ladies Fedora.

Evening Hats Here are three types of hats that are commonly worn with dressy cocktail-party ensembles or long ballgowns. Some fascinators can be quite elaborate, but women who are not used to being in the spotlight should probably stick to simpler styles. After growing accustomed to unknown people coming up and saying, "Oh my God, I love your hat," hipsters can graduate to the big leagues. Mini Top Hat Cocktail Hat Fascinator There are more styles of hats, but these are some of the trendier ones. Various parts of the world give different names to the same hat. For example, a bowler (UK) and a derby (US) are the same thing. Lucky girls can have something custom made and then they can call their hats anything they like.

The earliest known shoes are sandals dating from about 8000 to 7000 BC and found in Oregon, USA in 1938 The world's oldest leather shoe, made from a single piece of cowhide laced with a leather cord along seams at the front and back, was found in a cave in Armenia in 2008 and is believed to date to 3,500 BC. tzi the Iceman's shoes, dating to 3,300 BC, featured brown bearskin bases, deerskin side panels, and a bark-string net, which pulled tight around the foot

1. Men's

2.womens
3.kids in that different verities is there: * shorts wear * casual wear * Formal wear * Leather wear

Men's shoes can be categorized by how they are closed: Oxfords (also referred as "Balmorals"): the vamp has a Vshaped slit to which the laces are attached; also known as "closed lacing". The word "Oxford" is sometimes used by American clothing companies to market shoes that are not Balmorals, such as Blchers. Blchers (American), Derbys (British): the laces are tied to two pieces of leather independently attached to the vamp; also known as "open lacing" and is a step down in dressiness. Monk-straps: a buckle and strap instead of lacing Slip-ons: There are no lacings or fastenings. The popular loafers are part of this category, as well as less popular styles, such as elastic-sided shoes.

Plain-toes: have a sleek appearance and no extra decorations on the vamp. Cap-toes: has an extra layer of leather that "caps" the toe. This is possibly the most popular decoration. Brogues (American: wing-tips): The toe of the shoe is covered with a perforated panel, the wing-tip, which extends down either side of the shoe. Brogues can be found in both balmoral and blucher styles, but are considered slightly less formal. Men's shoes on display in a shopping outlet.Formal high-end men's shoes are manufactured by several companies around the world, most notably in England, France, Italy, and America. Notable British brands include: Church's English Shoes (est. 1873), John Lobb Bootmaker (est. 1849), Edward Green Shoes (est. 1890), and Crockett & Jones (est. 1879). Both John Lobb and Edward Green offer bespoke products. In between the world wars, men's footware received significant innovation and design,

led by cobblers and cordwainers in London's West End.[11] The most notable French product is made by J.M. Weston. Armani of Italy was a major influence on men's shoe design in the 1960s-1980s until they returned to the larger proportions of its forebears, the welt-constructed Anglo-American dress shoe originally created in Edwardian England. Another well-known Italian company is Salvatore Ferragamo Italia S.p.A.. The remaining elite American companies are Allen Edmonds and Alden Shoe Company. Alden, located in New England, specializes in genuine shell cordovan leather from the only remaining horse tannery in America (Chicago) and is completely manufactured in America, whereas Allen Edmonds, of Wisconsin, is a larger company that outsources some of its production.

Women's shoes on display in a shop window, 2005There is a large variety of shoes available for women, in addition to most of the men's styles being more accepted as unisex. Some broad categories are: High-heeled footwear is footwear that raises the heels, typically 2 inches (5 cm) or more above the toes, commonly worn by women for formal occasions or social outings. Variants include kitten heels (typically 1-2 inches high) and stilletto heels (with a very narrow heel post) and wedge heels (with a wedgeshaped sole rather than a heel post). Sneaker boot or sneaker pump: a shoe that looks like an athletic shoe, but is equipped with a heel, making it a kind of novelty dress shoe

Sneaker boot or sneaker pump: a shoe that looks like an athletic shoe, but is equipped with a heel, making it a kind of novelty dress shoe. Mules are shoes or slippers with no fitting around the heel (i.e. they are backless) Slingbacks are shoes which are secured by a strap behind the heel, rather than over the top of the foot. Ballet flats, known in the UK as ballerinas, ballet pumps or skimmers, are shoes with a very low heel and a relatively short vamp, exposing much of the instep. They are popular for warm-weather wear, and may be seen as more comfortable than shoes with a higher heel. Court shoes, known in the US as pumps, are typically high-heeled, slip-on dress shoes

shorts are very rarely (if ever) acceptable when you need to look your best. You dont wear them to work, to church and you sure as heck dont wear them to a wedding. This is for when you want to look good, but can still get away with wearing shorts.

Think of casual as hanging around on the weekend, running errands or hitting the beach. Youre not looking to impress anyone, but you dont want to look bad either. Reef Flip Flops for Men: Any flip flops will work, but these are insanely popular, durable and never disappoint

Casual shoes are great, and just because they're laid back doesn't mean they have to be boring, sloppy or uninspired.

In the 119 years since Sigmund Florsheim started making shoes in his tiny Chicago workshop, the world has seen the rise of cross-trainers, flip-flops, Crocs, and those webbed-toe abominations that let you walk and run as if barefoot. And yet for all this progress, a man still needs at least one pair of casual shoes that look like something ol' Siggy might've cobbled himself. Something with a beefy sole and some firm support in the arch.

Choosing the right shoe can prevent or alleviate foot pain; the wrong shoe can exacerbate or cause foot problems. Todays shoes are quite specialized to provide a higher level of performance for specific activities, from walking to running. The various designs, materials and technologies used affect the function and fit of a given shoe. For maximum performance and comfort, these functional elements must be correctly matched with a persons foot type, body type and activity level. The right shoe can prevent or alleviate foot pain, while the wrong choice can exacerbate or cause foot pain.

SUNGLASSES

Sunglasses or sun glasses are a form of protective eyewear designed primarily to prevent bright sunlight and high-energy visible light from damaging or discomforting the eyes. They also help cancel out harmful UV rays from the sun. Functions: Visual clarity and comfort: Sunglasses can improve visual comfort and visual clarity by protecting the eye from glare . Protection: Sunglasses offer protection against excessive exposure to light, including its visible and invisible components. Further functions of sunglasses: People may also wear sunglasses to hide an abnormal appearance of their eyes. This can be true for people with severe visual impairment, such as the blind , who may wear sunglasses to avoid making others uncomfortable. Fashion trends can be another reason for wearing sunglasses, particularly designer sunglasses. Sunglasses of particular shapes may be in vogue as a fashion accessory .

BRAND NAMES

JEWELLERY

TYPES OF JEWELLERY
EARRINGS NECKLACES RINGS BRACELETS ANKLETS BANGLES TOE RINGS ORNAMENTAL WAIST BELTS

EARRINGS

Everyone loves earrings and they are one of the most popular types of fashion jewellery you can choose. They are very popular and can be worn on a daily basis this sort of fashion jewellery can be worn by both men and women and can be seen in a range of vivid styles and designs. Earrings are decorative jewelry for ear lobes, worn by both women and men. Costume jewellery earrings have become very popular in the fashion market today because of their vivid styles and designs and materials. An assortment of stones, beads, shells and other natural and synthetic materials are used to create scintillating and attractive costume earrings designs.

Metallic Earrings: Metal ear rings are the most widely sold jewellery. They are manufactured using fine quality metals like stainless steel, bronze, white metal both for formal and casual occasions. These metal ear rings are stylishly created in various designs to cater to the ever growing costume earrings world market. The designs are also made keeping in mind the age groups of the wearer. These metallic and trendy earrings are worn by both men and women.
Shells Earrings: These earrings are usually hand crafted and manufactured using different shapes shell and exclusive colors. These are often teamed with colorful beads for an exclusive look. Indonesia is one of the major manufacturers of shell based costume earrings

Leather Earrings: These ear rings are made from different types of skin friendly and soft leather. The earrings are studded with stones and beads for creating dazzling designs. Hand painted leather ear rings are often in popular demand.
Terracotta Earrings: Attractively carved terracotta earrings are available in traditional designs and bright colors. Plastic Earrings: Plastic earrings are available in a wide and stunning range. Molded plastic is often used for making exquisite designs of earrings for youngsters and old women. These earrings are generally worn for casual occasions and daily wear.

Glass Earrings: Stained and clear glass are popularly used for making beautiful and
fashionable earrings. These designer earrings are made in different styles, including studs, danglers, hoops in a variety of colors. The earrings can be worn on both formal and casual occasions

Crystal Earrings: Crystal ear rings are the most sold and sought after by customers all over the world. Synthetic crystals are often used in combination with other materials and beads, stones to create eye catching ear rings, hoops etc. These ear rings resemble fine jewellery ear rings but are much cheapest, hence the rising demand for such ear rings

Stone Earrings: Stone studded ear rings are very fashionable and chic. These earrings are designed for women of different age groups. A variety of semi precious stones are used for creating scintillating designs. Stones of different shapes, colors and sizes are finely polished for creating unique jewellery pieces.

Wooden Earrings: Natural and rustic looking wooden earrings have been in vogue for a long time now. These ear rings are especially handcrafted to perfection and sold. These jewellery pieces are quite appealing.

COSTUME NECKLACE

Necklaces are widely used pieces of fashion jewellery for women. Necklace jewelry has been in vogue for centuries. Costume necklace jewelries have gained popularity owing to the rising cost of fine jewellery. Extremely trendy, these costume necklaces are very attractive that catches attention easily and are widely demanded by fashion oriented women.

Necklaces is a favorite jewellery piece of women and a must have for them. Various types of necklace jewellery are designed using a whole range of materials. These materials are chosen keeping in mind the cost factor, look, exclusivity and durability.

Beaded Earrings: A complete range of beaded earrings made from glass, pearl, crystal,
stones etc are made in countries like India, Italy, China and Indonesia. These specially crafted earrings are made in different styles, colors and shapes.

Jute Earrings: Jute as a material for making jewellery is very popular. Jute Earrings are
highly demanded in the fashion market. Elegantly crafted jute earrings are fast-moving items. There are lots of fantastic designs of jute earrings to suit all tastes.

Ivory Earrings: Various designs are carved out of ivory to make earrings. Ivory carving is
done either mechanically or manually to make earrings of various styles and sizes. Intricate carving on earrings are real treasure and popular among all women.

Lac Earrings: Lac Earrings are beautifully designed and handcrafted to perfection. These
earrings are also embellished with colorful stones, meenakari work, beads for a distinct look. Colored and mirror work lac earrings are also very popular.

Shells Necklace: Exotic shells in a variety of shades, shapes and sizes are used in
combination with other materials for catering to the ever increasing demand.

Wooden Necklace: Wooden beads and carved wood is also used for enhancing the
beauty of the ornament.

Lac Necklace: Lac necklace jewellery is exclusively manufactured in India and has an
stylish appeal. These eco friendly jewellery pieces are flashy and intricately designed.

Stone Necklace: Stone necklaces are the most widely sold and most popular category.
These pieces of costume jewellery are designed using semi precious stones in a spectrum of colors, cuts, sizes and shapes.

Glass Necklace: Exclusive glass necklaces have been in fashion for a long time. Colored,
transparent and stained glass is used for manufacturing these pieces.

Plastic Necklace: Plastic necklaces are popularly sold in a different countries across the
globe. These costume neck pieces are designed keeping in mind the latest trend and fashion.

Metallic Rings: Metal rings are made from a host of metals including , white metal,
stainless steel etc. They are used for designing different types of rings for casual wear. These rings are studded with stones, gemstones and cubic zirconium for making the ring look like a fine jewellery piece. Gold plating is often done for giving the ring a fine finish.

Plastic Rings: Plastic Rings very fashionable. Plastic is used to create floral, geometrical
designs on rings that are appealing. The plastic rings are available in wide variety of colors that can complement with any casual dress. Highly sought after costume jewellery among the college going students.

Bone Rings: Bone fashion rings are manufactured on large scale in countries like India and
China and exported to large number of countries in the western hemisphere. Engraved and carved rings are sold the most in the international circuit.

Wooden Rings: Wooden rings are majorly available in traditional and tribal designs.
These rings are quite different from other costume rings in terms of designing and appearance. The rings are in great demand in the international markets including the USA, Australia etc.

Lac Rings: Lac is used to make some of the finest and delicate designs in rings. Lac rings
are fashionable and trendy. Lac rings are available in variety of color combinations to make a fashion statement for those who wears it.

Stone Rings: These rings are manufactured in innumerable designs and shapes, using a
vast variety of in expensive stones and gems. These stones have a fine finish, high dazzle, which makes the ring looks like a an expensive piece of jewellery. Cubic zirconium is widely used for making stone rings.

Glass Rings: Glass rings are intricately designed and exported in varying sizes. The rings
are studded with classy beads and gems, and can range from engraved rings to embossed. Designer glass rings in bright colors, patterns are often made with white metal or stainless steel or a totally exclusive look.

BRACELETS
A bracelet is a popular piece of jewelry, worn around the wrist. This piece of costume jewellery has become popular as non precious materials, gemstones are used to create exotic designs that are also durable. Bracelets are worn by women and men of different age groups.

Metal Bracelet:
Various types of metal like stainless steel, white metal, black metal, sterling silver are used to make metal bracelets. Metal bracelets are durable and available in various designs. These bracelets are intricately carved and are studded with pearls and any other colored stones. Some are available in plain, simple designs but still look very fashionable.

Leather Bracelet:
Leather Bracelet is available in hip and unconventional designs, especially for the fashionable youth. There are different types of leather used to make bracelets. The leather bracelets are finely finished. Some Leather bracelets are studded with beads and stones. Embroidered leather bracelets are also very popular.

Lac Bracelets: Lac Bracelets or wax filled bracelets are popular decorative ornaments. Lac
jewellery is native to India and used to make various types of jewellery. Lac bracelets are made using ancient methods and involves filling lac or wax in hollow silver foil piece. These are usually intricately carved to depict the excellent workmanship of Indian artisans.

Glass Bracelets: Glass bracelets are very fashionable. Glass bracelets are usually
preferred to be worn in casual occasions. These are available in various colors and shapes. The unique style of trendy glass bracelets as costume jewellery has always remained fresh and timeless.

Plastic Bracelets: Plastic bracelets can be molded, inlayed or studded with semi-precious
stones and beads etc. for an enhanced appeal.

Wooden Bracelets: Bracelets made of wood is renowned for its elegant and natural
looks. Different textures of wood are artistically used to carve out a wide range of exquisite bracelets in myriad designs and patterns.

Shell Bracelets: Shell bracelets give a very unique kind of appearance to the wearer.
Whether combined with sterling silver or fierce gold or made entirely of shell, the shell bracelet has an elegant appeal. The shell bracelet goes well with almost all fashion trends.

ANKLETS
An anklet, also known as an ankle bracelet, is a piece of jewellery worn around the ankle. Formal and casual anklets have become a fashion among teenagers and youngsters in many countries. Anklets have also been traditionally worn by young and unmarried women in India. While in western culture both men and women wear casual and funky anklets, formal anklets are confined to women. Dainty, exclusive and feminine anklets have adorned the legs of women for long. These pieces have come s long way from traditional and chunky designing worn in the mid 90s to sleek, elegantly designed sold in the modern times.

Sterling Silver Anklet: These anklets are available in contemporary designs and one of
the most sold type of anklets in the international market. The anklets are a rage among young girls and are often embellished with colorful stones, beads of plastic and glass.

Shells Anklet: These anklets are most feminine and exclusively designed. These
fashionable anklets are especially manufactured in Indonesia and exported to different countries. The size of shells determines the look of the anklet, that can vary from heavy and chunky to simple ones.

Stone Anklet: These anklets are made using a variety of stones and in-expensive
gemstones. The stones are finely polished for giving a dazzling look to the ornaments. These anklets are made in countries including India, China , Indonesia, Italy etc.

Wooden Anklet: These anklets are generally beaded and are available in both natural
wood and colored wood. Tribal and traditional designs are very popular. These anklets are often made my mixing the wooden beads with plastic or leather beads for a distinctive look.

Plastic Anklet: These anklets are innovatively designed using soft and light weight
plastics. Beads, metal, and other materials are also used for creating a variety of designs. These anklets are made using vibrantly colored plastics.

BANGLES
A bangle is a piece of jewellery worn around the wrist and are usually circular in shape. It is a rigid bracelet and does not have any clasp. Shiny and glamorous bangles are always in vogue and are generally worn in pairs. Bangles have been in use since time immemorial and worn by women on almost all occasions. These bangles are available in innumerable designs and styles. India is the largest manufacturer of different types of bangles.

Wooden Bangles: Wooden bangles are manufactured from high quality and soft wood.
The bangles are available in a variety of designs including chunky, engraved, stone studded bangles. Faceted, tribal and zigzag are some of the other widely sold designs. The bangle are often colored or available in natural finish.

TOE RINGS
A toe ring is an ornamental ring worn on any of the toes. It is exclusively worn by women. Toe rings are beautifully designed and are a fashion symbol. These costume jewellery pieces are made out of various inexpensive metals and non-metals. They are mostly commonly worn on the second toe of either feet. Toe rings have been traditionally worn in India as a symbol of married state by many Hindu women. It is also known as bichiya/bichhiya. In the western countries including USA, wearing toe rings is a relatively new fashion. While in India, toe ring are generally worn in pairs, the western countries, these fashion jewellery pieces re either worn single or in uneven numbers.

ORNAMENTAL WAIST BELTS


Ornamental waist belts, also known as waist chains are worn on the waist. They have traditionally been used in countries like India to adorn the belly and waist. These waist belts/chains are available in a range of designs, sizes, shapes and materials to suit various occasions. This costume jewellery piece is the best way to flaunt your waistline. These irresistible waist chains are available in an array of designs right from simple tinkling belts to chunky and stone studded belts, from dangling plated belts to sophisticated and chic silver belts. are in gold plating on the finest base metal. The belts often have hanging ornamental designs, with mina work. Waist belts are often elaborately designed and these versatile piece of costume jewellery can also be worn over clothing. Belly chains are available in antique, matte and oxidized finish.

designer cufflink
Gold has always been the first preference for most people, whether they are buying jewelry or any designer cufflink. This precious metal does not oxidize easily unlike other options and remains spanking new forever. If you are looking for a fashion accessory that can make you look aesthetic and sophisticated, then cufflinks are the choice, but before you come to a decision, it is crucial to know some fundamental things about gold.

This metal is made harder after alloying with nickel, silver or copper and this is what decides karat. The ratio of gold alloyed with other metals is called karat content. These days, cufflinks in gold studded with diamonds

HAIR accesories

Hair accessories come in lots of different shapes and sizes. Many are great for securing your hairstyles, some are a good way of getting your hair adornmentsbangs off your face, and others work just as well as

A jaw clip is pretty much used as an alternative to a hair tie for keeping longer hair up and out of the way

These are the little plastic combs that you insert into your hair to lock it into place

Generally these accessories include any kind of material that's wrapped or tied around the head.

Pins are thin metal, curved at one end and open at the other

Stretch combs are kind of like a cross between combs and hair bands- in other words they are a giant hairband comb that stretches around your head

A barrette is used for gathering, fastening or clipping the hair; for example to hold the hair in a half up style, a ponytail, or to clip the bangs out of the eyes

These are those little metal clips that come in a range of colors, and make a "snapping" sound when they close. They're mostly worn by kids, but they can have more adult uses too

These are the quickest, simplest and cheapest way to get your hair out of your eyes, but they can make your hair look great too... Sometimes the simplest things are the best

Tiaras are cown-like hair accessories that come in a variety of styles and levels of detail

Head pieces are decorative items (like feathers, flowers, netting and stuff) attached to clips and sometimes headbands

Headbands are accessories that sit around the head, but unlike scarves you don't wrap them around your head

Use sticks instead of combs, pins and clips to secure upstyles that involve gathering, twisting or rolling the hair. They can also be worn purely for adornment.

A banana clip is the curved hair accessory that opens and is fastened at one end. It's typically used to secure updos

HISTORY

BOW TIE

Bow tie is a type of a mens neck tie .it consists of a ribbon of fabric tied around the coller in a symmetrical

The bow tie is a type of men's necktie. It consists of a ribbon of fabric tied around the collar in a symmetrical manner such that the two opposite ends form loops. Ready-tied bow ties are available, in which the distinctive bow is sewn into shape and the band around the neck incorporates a clip. Some "clip-ons" dispense with the band altogether, instead clipping to the collar. The traditional bow tie, consisting of a strip of cloth which the wearer has to tie by hand, may be known as a "selftie," "tie-to-tie," or "freestyle" bow tie to distinguish it from these. Bow ties may be made of any fabric material, but most are made from silk, polyester, cotton, or a mixture of fabrics. Some fabrics (e.g., wool) are much less common for bow ties than for ordinary four-in-hand neckties.

LEG WARMERS

eg warmers are coverings for the lower legs, similar to socks but thicker and generally footless. They were originally used as dancewear by ballet and other classic dancers in order to keep the leg muscles warm and to prevent cramping or other muscle injuries. Traditionally knitted from pure wool, modern variants are more typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or both. Some are made of other materials, such as chenille. Other types are made of wool, camel hair and Old English Sheep Dog hair.[dubious discuss] Leg warmers can vary in length, though not in width, due to the material's stretchiness. They are commonly worn to just below the knee, though many dancers prefer it to extend to cover the lower parts of the thigh. Some cover the entire foot; these warmers usually have a pad that grips the floor so the dancer does not slip - however this has been known to cause career-ending injury. Some leg warmers are particularly short and made of thinner material; these are also known as 'ankle warmers'.

Leggins and tieghits are accessories which use to cover the legs to p

Belts
A belt is a flexible band or strap, typically made of leather or heavy cloth, and worn around the waist. A belt supports trousers or other articles of clothing.

Belts have been documented for male clothing since the Bronze Age. Both sexes used them off and on, depending on the current fashion. In the western world, belts were more common for men, with the exception of the early Middle Ages, late 17th century Mantua, and skirt/blouse combinations between 1900 and 1910. Art Nouveau belt buckles are now collector's items.

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