|Of Gems & Stones
Every bride wants to look stunning on her b-day. She wants everything perfect from the selection of attire and make-up to jewellery for the most special event of her life. A vast variety of imitation trinkets have turned this daunting task into a hassle-free activity.
It is a disposable option and not meant to be handed down through generations. It has become a hot fashion trend that can add the touch of elegance and show fashion sense.
Imitation ornaments like artificial rings, chains, earrings and fashion bracelets in traditional and modern styles are generally popular among women of all ages. Artificial jewellery is made of materials including metals, glass, plastic, shells, wood and fake or artificial stones, and sometimes precious stones and gems, in the case of valuable jewellery. Exotic materials and novel designing are used for creating beautiful and eye-catching pieces. Shell, oxidised, silver and gold plated, stone-studded articles are a craze among girls. Another great choice for artificial trinkets are casual costume jewellery, it can be worn for long hours as they are made of durable material, which does not lose its shine and sheer. It is also perfectly fit for all kinds of festivities and functions and can be worn with both modern as well as traditional outfits. It is available in ornamental patterns and in simple and sober designs. If you are afraid to wear gold on your wedding day, pick this dazzling golden set with small silver diamonds and precious stones. If simple and stylist is your demand then this tear-dropped maroon and emerald green kundan necklace will definitely be your choice. Ask any woman for what she likes in her jewellery trove and notice that fascinating kundan sets remain on top of the list as they are always in demand. Presently, a lot of jewellery designers, in order to fulfill their customers' desires are launching pure gold kundan jewellery with collections in the colours of the rainbow. Kundan is easily the most dramatic way of setting stones. The method, even if simple, requires a high level of competence and craftsmanship. It is considered the most magnificent piece of jewellery for the males in weddings in old Rajput families. The karnaphool is a motif that recurs in kundan as well. They are made more elaborate with jhumka-shaped like a small umbrella. Large stones in the jewellery are a trend nowadays. Pick this gorgeous set with striking contrast of green and silver for the reception party and make your special moments memorable with this eye-catching collection.
Hair & Make-up:
Joyce @ Fahim Burney Saloon
Co-ordination: Syed Zakir Hussain
Photography & Styling: Yasser Sadiq
Falak Sheikh, Esal & Mahum Javed