“Jewellery is like the perfect spice – it always compliments what’s already there.”
I mostly forget the concept of minimalism whenever I style my outfit with silver/junk jewellery. There’s always room for more. Let’s take a look a some of these:
Bani Thani (Nose ring) – It portrays a woman who is elegant and graceful. She has also been labelled as India’s “Mona Lisa”. Bani Thani is characterised by distinct features such as eyes like lotus, thin and sensuous lips, pointed nose, high eyebrows, narrow neck, etc. This is the most striking part of this look.
Arm band – The arm band has a flower motif that is repeated in a pattern to create this beautiful artwork. Floral motifs in jewellery design are used as a sign of affection for centuries and their use in antique jewellery articulated the affections or sentiments that can not be spoken.
Ring & Earring – Geometry is found virtually everywhere from nature to the universe and within human beings. We commonly think of geometric patterns as a form of design to add depth and shape. This Pentagon shaped ring and these earrings with circular shape coupled with intricate work done over them have a different feel to it.
Here’s the complete look:
Top: Dupatta draped as choli
Lehenga – Self designed
Jewellery: Indian Artefacts shop
I hope you guys enjoyed the post.