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Keep it simple yet glamorous with Cuffs & Bracelets from Dillano Jewels

Dillano Jewels, the designer jewelry brand has come up with an amazing range of jewelry incorporating cuffs and bracelets. Their collection is devoted to the modern women who don’t want to go with the exaggerated jewelry but make the jewelry as a compliment with their class and confidence. Their collection has beautiful, sleek and eye-catching pieces which are crafted in yellow gold, white gold, and precious diamonds.

While the minimal fine pieces of jewelry are completely in trend these days and going by the theory of ‘less is more’ is all what that this collection reflects. This collection is for the women who wish to keep it minimal and yet shine out amongst the crowd. The jewelry pieces well add the feminine look to any attire and glam up the whole outfit with their quirky and unique designs that are not just like any random jewelry brand.

Women have mostly been more into the jewelry with regard only to the earrings and the neckpieces but Dillano’s new collection is a game changer which has come up with beautiful art in the form of pieces for the wrists.The best asset of their designs is that they are universal and can be paired up with all kinds of attires and add that little glam and class to the modern women.

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Available at- 40, North Avenue, West Punjabi Bagh, West Delhi-110026

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