This Way or that Way

If you have been reading this blog regularly you know by now how much I love jewelry that is versatile – that can be worn with anything and everything. More often than not we spend (often overspend) on jewelry during wedding shopping and it is only fair that we wear it as much as possible. I personally have lot of pieces bought during my wedding time that are so specifically Indian, that I can’t pair them with anything else.


These pieces from Nieman Marcus are a perfect solution to wear your jewelry to the max. With pearls, diamonds and exotic stones, these can be worn with traditional suits and sarees as well as with formal wear or a fabulous cocktail dress. So, stride away in style with these eclectic charms.

Images: http://www.southasianbridemagazine.com/

33 comments:

Tanveer Parmar said...

Wow! These are really pretty! I'm liking them a lot :D

anamikasureka said...

wow!!! I liked them a lot but If I ask my mom she will say they look artificial and wont be of any use to you..

All my jewelery is so Indianised leaving beside 1 or 2..Hope we all will shift towards the non desi one..:D

I especially liked the stone work done on it..:)

Tamanna A. Shaikh said...

I'm not a jewelery person at all unlike you sweetheart but these pieces make me drool! Should I get into jewelery?? :P Trouble much?? :P

Ruth said...

wow... these are gorgeous one!! love love love them!!!

libys11 said...

those pieces are exquisite!! fit for some fancy event like a wedding! :D

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ash89 said...

I'm drooling over the first one...its gorgeous

Leia said...

beautiful necklaces!

Leia said...

beautiful necklaces!

CutePriya said...

the first two are jaw dropping...

Tanvi said...

The top row, right corner one has my name written all over it ;) Where do I do and get it? :P

SabinePsynopsis said...

Gorgeous! They will put a sparkle in any outfit. I especially love the bracelet.

SabinePsynopsis said...

Gorgeous! They will put a sparkle in any outfit. I especially love the bracelet.

Vivarjitha said...

they're so pretty...luv ur blog!!!

bollywoodstylediaries said...

I love the second necklace and the bracelet..They will upgrade any outfit and look ultra glam!!

Taj Acosta said...

Gorgeous pieces doll! I love the necklaces!! xoxo

Sovina said...

@tanveer - thanks dear

@anamika - ditto with my in laws ...they think that everything thatis not gold is artifical..even diamonds as they don't appreciate in value..lest hope the trend shifts :)

@tamanna- u have an awesome taste in clothes..i am sure it would be same in jewelery too :))

@ruth, libys, ash. leia & priya - thanks girls :) glad you like them.

@tanvi - the first one & the cuff is my fave too..they are available at nieman marcus.

@sabine - thanks for stopping by sweets..glad you like them.

@Vivarjitha- thanks for following dear :))

@sonali & taj acosta- thanks :))

Tamanna A. Shaikh said...

Aww sweety!

Splurgerina said...

Love these..especially the second one and the cuff bracelet...i personally love Indian jewelry too..Kundan is a good investment for weddings because you can pair them with dresses and other formal wear too!

Ce qui m'inspire said...

Those necklaces are absolutely gorgeous! I can totally see how versatile they could be!

You asked me where I got my belt from. It's actually the tie of my dress. It's here at the American Apparel store: http://store.americanapparel.ca/rsa0300.html?cid=29

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Noble Beeyotch said...

Wow! These pieces are so festive without being too OTT! Loving them.

xoxo.
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Upasna said...

gosh very pretty finds!

Blackcowboy said...

hey the first one really looks great

Pesto Sauce said...

\Nice blog....with wedding on my mind will visit here again

Btw you look stunning in that blue dress

Viv said...

gorgeous pieces!




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Angels Never Lie said...

Hi Sovina...Beautiful jewelery must say....perfect for ev occasion

Kiran Bajaj Sawhney said...

Beautiful designs. How expensive are they?
I am still waiting for a post about my sister's wedding dress that you intended to do. Or have you dropped the idea?

Sovina said...

@ splurgerina - i agree kundan is really beautiful and goes well with both indian and western dresses :)

Ce qui m'inspire - hey sweetie- thanks for the info..great dress :)

@noble beeytoch & upasna- thanks

@blackcowboy, pesto sauce, viv and angles never lie - thanks for stopping by the blog..hope you like it here :)

@kiran - oh no! I am on top of it.i emailed the draft and pictures to komal in the morning..the post would be up as soon as i get her reply :)) and don't know the exact prices of these but would sure check up & let you know :)

Michael St. James said...

You have amazing taste! These are all absolutely breathtaking.

Amy said...

Hi! I saw your blog mentioned on a couple blogs, and I thought I'd stop by and become a follower. I am newly engaged, so I am looking forward to getting some inspiration from your posts!

Feel free to stop by my blog if you get a chance.
http://purple-hippie.blogspot.com

~*. D E E P A .* ~ said...

these are beautiful, but my preference is for delicate jewellery

Bebo said...

pretty..

TheMadTwins said...

lovely jewelry, I guess very expensive XD
I like the first one the most

Sovina said...

thanks girls..checked out your blog.its super cool..keep the good stuff coming in..