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Fall fashion trend: simply dotty

Dots are everywhere this fall, popping up from high-end fashion labels like Louis Vuitton and adorning everything from dresses to shoes to…jewelry? You might not think of dots as a traditional jewelry motif, but if you’re not ready for Minnie Mouse-esque dotted dresses or a beauty blogger-style spotted manicure, then it’s time to get creative and subtly embrace the trend through your jewelry. Here’s what to look for:

Look for pieces with clear dotty patterns. It can be a stack of dots on a ring, like Zariin’s RS049GODSVD gold ring with sparkling gold and silver druzy. It might also be a small, repeating dot pattern, like Zariin’s RS051PU, a cut purple agate ring with gold and czs overlay. This is a chic and sly way to bring this pattern into your wardrobe, since you can wear these rings solo with a dressier outfit or use them to echo dots in a patterned piece of clothing.

In fact, you can really have fun with the dotty trend when you use dotted or circle jewelry to pick up on a dotted pattern on a blouse or dress. Zariin’s EPS167PUDA are gold earrings with dots of purple druzy and amethyst. And their EPS181A features dots of amethyst inside gold ball hoops—even better!

If you want to go a bit bolder, try a fun bracelet like Zariin’s BS078BLDSVD, a gold bangle with large dots of sparkling blue and silver druzy. It’s the perfect way to add a just a small, chic punch of this pattern to a solid outfit, and if you want to change your spots in a hurry, you can just slip it off and secure it in your handbag.

Zariin has been at the forefront of fashion since its inception in 2010 by sisters Mamta and Vidhi Gupta. A focus on contemporary designs, feminine details, and raw, uncut stones has made the Indian jewelry label instantly recognizable and has earned it praise from top fashion editors at Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue India. Named one of the top three must-have Indian jewelry brands by Harper’s Bazaar in 2011, Zariin now sells worldwide through sites like and in the sisters’ native India through Zariin jewelry is also available through Indian stylist Pernia Qureshi’s e-commerce site,, and the jewelry brand has featured alongside Qureshi’s designs at Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai in August 2012.











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