Ornaments are a woman’s best friends. So when we got an invite for the Jaipur Jewels expo, we were pretty excited to be there and cover it for our lovely readers!
What TEC loved at the Expo: There were wide varieties of Jewellery to be worn for all kinds of occasions. They had some trendy ear rings which young girls would love to wear and flaunt in colors like aqua blue, green and pinks. The color of gold in this piece is antique and doesn’t resemble the bright gold we usually get. It is perfect for people who do not like a lot of bling.
These are the classic traditional designs which are so lovely and evergreen that they never ever went out of style — I am sure the elders in your family would own such a piece and so would you. Jhumkas are loved by most of the women and hence these designs have passed on from generation to generation. These look very elegant on a saree or even a heavy designer suit.
There were few temple jewellery as well. Temple jewels are pretty challenging to make as the designs are difficult and it has to look authentic. You will often notice South Indian women wearing temple jewellery on auspicious occasions such as marriages or festivals. The intricacy of the designs make them precious and ideal for such occasions. You can team them up with traditional Indian sarees.
There were some lovely bracelets collections as well. Here are the ones we loved the most. This is a light weight bracelet with stones embedded which looked elegant and stylish as well.
What I wore for the event: I don’t really wear ethnic unless there is an occasion for it, since this event was more of authentic jewels and it was on a festival day. I wore this Full length salwar. To accessorize it, I wore a black and white studded big ear ring and a long chain with big pendant made of black metal. I carried a golden clutch which added on to the ethnic look.
About Jaipur Jewels Exhibition:
It was a three day exhibition of exquisite design and modern aesthetics Jewellery in Bangalore. Jaipur Jewels although established in 1966 boasts of a legacy of over 150 years. One of the oldest jewellers in the country, Jaipur Jewels will be showcased their exquisite designs in the garden city of Bangalore for the first time. Crafted with passion and designed with love Jaipur Jewels has curated a special range for the people of the city. The eclectic mix of contemporary, bridal and cocktail evening pieces are sure to make heads turn. This exclusive jewellery exhibition also offered a wide range of Jadau, pearl and mesmerizing diamond pieces. The collection on display is designed keeping the sensibilities and keen eye for detail of the people of Bangalore in mind.
Jaipur Jewels is a name synonymous with ethereal Jadau & Diamond Jewellery and the collection is bound to take your breath away. The jewellery is carefully created with intricate karigari work that is passed down generations giving patrons the opulence and design they seek to complement their style. Specializing in customized Jadau jewellery, exquisite diamond pieces, semi-precious stones and pearls, pieces from their ‘Make Time Stop’, ‘Savarati’ and ‘JJ Brides’ collections are a must in every woman’s trousseau.
They do not have a store in Bangalore yet but they are planning to come here soon as they have got few elite customers from here. The next exhibition is supposed to happen in Mangalore on 31st march and 1st April, if you are around do visit!
Keep it Stylish, Stay Beautiful!