Do you love the Odissi accessories as much as we do? Well, lucky for you, we came up with some serious bargain pricing when you buy both with our classic Odissi costume necklace & belt set! The necklace retails for $36 and the belt for $70, but, when you buy both, you’ll save big!
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More about our classic Odissi costume necklace & belt set
This sparkling silver necklace & belt set completes the traditional Odissi dance look. And with it’s light weight nature, it is comfortable to wear for extended periods of time, as well. Fine black yarn cabling creates a nice contrast with the bright silver tone of this metal these pieces. Small bright silver bells hang down from the lower pendants and create a delicate sound with movement.
Total length is on necklace is approximately 21″ with long black ties that would allow you to vary the wearable length. You can tie the black string ties to make the necklace anywhere from about 10.5″ – 20.5″, if needed.
Ornamental jeweled section of the belt is approximately 5″ tall and 34″ long. Total length with ties is approximately 63″. You can tie the black string ties to make the belt fit from about 34″ – 60″.
All new materials on our classic Odissi costume necklace & belt set.
Did you know?
Did you know that traditionally the belt in Odissi dance is worn at the waist? It’s true! If you will be using it for more of a tribal fusion belly dance look, you may enjoy wearing it at the hips, as well. It’s curve hugging nature looks great no matter where you wear it!
Our Odissi necklace can also be turned into a headband and pinned to the front of Odissi belt when the length is just a little short of one’s hip width.
We’ve also seen our these Odissi necklaces used for many DIY costuming uses! Use these traditional costume necklaces in conjunction with our DIY Tribal Coin Bra Kit to add the finishing touches as a belly drape below the bra.
Odissi is an ancient form of Indian Classical Dance that originated in the Hindu temples of Odisha. The foundations of this dance form can be found as early as 200 BCE in ancient Hindu Sanskrit text of performance arts, Natya Shastra. In this dance-drama genre performers recreate mythical stories, share spiritual messages or devotional poems.
Interested in learning classical Odissi dance? Check out these great instructional DVDs from Colleena Shakti!