Traditional Indian jewelry is bound to belong where it is, in those grand and beautiful boxes! The ones that our mothers gave us who indeed got it from our grandma or in those lockers of banks because, hello safety!
Chocolates get eaten and flowers die, but a jewellery is for forever.
New Year’s Eve A.K.A the next best reason to look your top-notch self. So, you got the party invites either to a beach party, a club, an open-lawn thingy, a black-tie affair or whatever a party, and all you did was chill and thought it’ll all sort itself until it’s 6 in the evening, you haven’t got your outfit decided, nails undone and hair is a mess……. Yep, been there done that for all major events of my life…. So here’s a NYE glam up hack – a gold sequin dress.
I never worry about diets, the only carrots that interest me are the number of carats in a diamond. – Mae West.
Jewellery- the one-true-love of every woman, be it of any age. When you say jewellery in India though, your instant reaction is a picture of a very beautiful bride, wearing a heavier-than-life outfit, totally loaded with what seems like wearing a jewellery shop itself. Well, how much ever we mock it, deep-down we sure love to don that outfit, that blingy jewellery and be the centre of attraction for a day.