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In India, gold is considered precious not just for its monetary worth, but for the weight it holds as a measure of emotion, the mark of a culture. Jewelry crafted in this lustrous metal is infused with sentiment, whispers from earlier generations, aspirations for the future – turning each piece into a very personal treasure.

The leading jewelry brand Azva understands the emotions of gold and uses this intuition to create Indian ornaments in 22-karat gold that are resplendent in design and have a life beyond the locker.

Each piece is an exemplar of fine craftsmanship and is a tapestry of threads that take you from an evening of cocktails to your best friend’s wedding to any occasion where you must accessorize with style and grace.

In collaboration with Azva, we at WeddingSutra put together bridal looks that can be explored on occasions other than your own wedding.

Finery from PLEATS By Kaksha & Dimple and Riddhi Majithia pair beautifully with the ornaments and are the ideal choice for the fashion-forward woman.

Makeup artist Lekha Shah of The Cut Collective created two diverse looks for bride-to-be Perneet Chauhan and completed each one of them with a do that was a perfect match.

Clicks Unlimited, staying true to their name, captured a number of stunning shots of Perneet in her gorgeous looks that highlighted her personal style wonderfully.

StyleSpotting With Azva

Look 1: Sister’s Cocktail
You’re there in your role as supporting actress to the star – the perfect bridesmaid to your bride – and at the cocktail party, this Azva creation is the one for you. Geometric motifs and handcrafted granules of gold come together to create a luxurious modern necklace inspired by seven vows. Drops of pearl that skirt the piece add to its elegance making this a coveted bridal must-have. The matching ring and earrings further enhance the appeal.

This glimmering set works beautifully with an onion pink cold shoulder gown by Riddhi Majithia. Delicate floral motifs in gold and silver bloom on the bodice and delicately follow onto the skirt before scattering into a blitz of stardust.

This outfit and those Azva ornaments create a look that is joyous and festive.

StyleSpotting With Azva

StyleSpotting With Azva

StyleSpotting With Azva

StyleSpotting With Azva

StyleSpotting With Azva

Look 2: Best Friend’s Mehendi
Sure the mehendi is one of the less formal events at weddings, but that’s no reason for you to slack off from looking uber glam!

With linking pendants in graduating sizes, delightful textures, intricate floral motifs, polished beads and cutworks scrolls, the complex details on the necklace are eye catching. The satin and brushed finish sacross the piece furthers its aristocratic grandeur.

This gorgeous jewelry worn with a wine red outfit by PLEATS By Kaksha & Dimple uses the deep delicious color as the perfect backdrop. The look has classic appeal and the white jacket brings a young and trendy vibe to the ensemble. A few more baubles from Azva are used to finish the look and the final result is magnificent!

StyleSpotting With Azva

StyleSpotting With Azva

StyleSpotting With Azva

StyleSpotting With Azva

StyleSpotting With Azva

Venue: Novotel Mumbai Juhu Beach
Jewelry: Azva
Makeup Artist: Lekha Shah
Outfits: Riddhi Majithia and PLEATS By Kaksha & Dimple
Photos Courtesy: Clicks Unlimited

Brides-to-be in Mumbai! If you’d like to be a part of our next StyleSpotting, please email your name, wedding date, link to your Facebook profile and contact no. to E: editor@weddingsutra.com

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