Get your hands on earrings and long neck pieces made in crochet and cloth cotton, at Kundalini. The collection also has a lot of oxidised jewellery and designs that are a combination of fabric, crochet, metal and oxidised options.
We spotted a neck piece inspired by Bengal's very own traditional red and white sarees. It's a marriage of fabric and metal that is perfect for the Pujo season. We also found a pair of red and white jhumkas made in a combination of dhakai cotton fabric and oxidised metal that'll go perfectly with an Indo-western outfit, or just with an LBD. There are loads of other designs to choose from like a pair of earrings that's got a parrot design. Watch out for the bright and colourful neck pieces, made with cowry and crochet, to really stand out.
All of it is designed by Namrata and handmade by women in the rural areas of Bengal, providing them with employment opportunities as well. And guess what? These are super affordable too! Prices for earrings start at INR 200 whereas neck pieces start at INR 250.