Usually people say that we girls are spoilt for choice. We have a lot of adornments to wear on any occasion, and we have choices in them as well. But we know the truth don't we girls? There's no such thing as too much!
Jewelry is an integral part of the Indian culture, especially during weddings. Wedding jewelry always holds a lot of significance, specifically for the brides. Any bride would want to wear unique jewelry on her wedding day, so that she looks nothing less than a princess. Bridal jewelry has evolved and gone through a lot of changes over the years. Indian brides too, have advanced with their taste in the selection of the Jewelry.
Why just the big day? We can’t overlook these pre and post wedding ceremonies that spice up the Indian weddings from engagement to sangeet, from mehendi to cocktail night and many more. Each ceremony has a unique importance and the bride needs a sparkling jewelry sets for all of these occasions.
A bride looks magnificent in her stunning bridal wear together with the glittering jewelry. There’s no denying that bridal jewelry plays a vital role in bringing out the overall look of the bride on her big day, therefore, it must be chosen very carefully. And when jewelry meets fashion in affordable prices, why not take a chance?
These south Indian traditional fashion jewelry designs from Sakia Ethnik Treasures taken up a notch in making unique fashion jewelry in nominal prices. Here are some viable, fashionable and reasonably priced alternative to gold made of silver, brass and copper studded with semi-precious stones, beads and finished with 24 carat gold forming that stays for a long period of time.
When they approached me for collaboration, I thought its like any other brand promotions. But to my surprise they actually offered me to be one of their quality tester. After spending some time on checking their pieces I actually found my self growing fond of their new collection. So they allowed me to choose the pieces that I liked and while I was expecting those few pieces to be shipped to my door, they actually sent me almost 100 pieces to do quality check and requested me to give my genuine feedback. Not to exaggerate but the quality and the craftsmanship is astounding.
Sakia Ethnik Treasures: Started her career as a clay artist in 2011, and grew by introducing herself to american craft fairs. Down the years she started to expand her business in to 1 gram gold and provided wide range of fashion jewelry to all states. Right now, they offer latest designs of 1 gram jewelry, German silver, Tibetan, Jadtar imitation, Kundan and cultured Pearls.
Let’s browse through some of these South Indian traditional fashion jewelry designs that are trending this season: