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Today I’ll be talking about something a little bit fancy. Okay, really fancy. Swarovski reached out to me and sent over some stunning pieces that they created in collaboration with designer Suneet Varma. As a part of their new collection called Confluence in which they collaborated with 11 amazing Indian designers.
Nown to the fun stuff, I’ll be showing you how I styled the pieces that I received and added my own twist to them! I created two looks, and am just in love with how simple, yet classy and vibrant they look.
The first was all about the florals. Since the jewellery sent to me was very simple and sophisticated, I decided to go all out with my outfit and picked a white blouse with a high neck and paired it with a floral skirt and dupatta. Despite everything that was going on with the outfit, the earrings and maang tikka just pulled the entire outfit together, and took it up a notch. The jewellery added a touch of sophistication to the fun elements of my outfit.
For the second look I put together, I wore rose gold Chaandbali style chandelier earrings, and a bracelet with a subtle blue off shoulder kurta and sharara embroidered with vibrant goden designs all over. The final look was classy as well as fun, and I've been in love with it ever since! Can't wait to find more occassions to put it on again. Since the earrings were the star of the show, I kept the rest of my accessories very minimal, and skipped on a neckpiece. Instead, I picked a bracelet to balance the look out.
I love how the jewellery is so versatile that it complemented both my fun, floral outfit and subtle, turquoise one. I can see myself styling the earrings in so many more ways, with even my western party wear and formal wear. And it’s because of this that I think the pieces are a great buy!
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Which was your favourite piece, and how would you style it? Indian, western or fusion?! Let me know.