Di­a­mond-stud­ded or shiny fab­ric-cov­ered hair bands, el­e­gant hair cor­sages team well with your evening num­bers.

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Here’s a chart by style ex­pert Bhavneet Se­j­pal from Ac­ces­sorize, In­dia, to help you pick out the right hair ac­ces­sory:

Work­place:

Medium-sized hair fas­ci­na­tors, hair bands, cloth bands can be worn to work with ease. Work­place calls for sober at­tire, there­fore stick to ac­ces­sories with neu­tral tones. Since the ac­ces­sory it­self is state­ment mak­ing, it’s wise to avoid loud colours. Keep neons out of the way.

Night out:

Party places and restau­rants are gen­er­ally dimly lit dur­ing evenings, so go for some­thing sparkly to cre­ate a state­ment. Di­a­mond-stud­ded or shiny fab­ric­cov­ered hair bands, el­e­gant hair cor­sages team well with your evening num­bers. If you are wear­ing blacks, blues or whites, go for a daz­zling hair ac­ces­sory to ac­cen­tu­ate your look.

Brunch date:

Hair ac­ces­sories with a fem­i­nine touch or girly colours work best for this oc­ca­sion. Pas­tel-shaded hair clips in see-through plas­tic look cute and prac­ti­cal to carry to a day time event. You can also try a hair band with a small bow to team with your day dress or jump­suits.

Fes­ti­vals:

Dia­mante-crusted ai­grette used to clip a Ro­man twist or pearl-coated French pins that are used to give a float­ing il­lu­sion to blowy hair are ideal to carry to fes­tiv­i­ties. Go for but­ter­fly clips or cot­ton rub­ber bands in bright or neon colours to team with your sal­war kameez.

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