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How to make your dress work for diwali / wedding season



You guys know I am a sucker for a multitasking wardrobe. Repurposing and wearing pieces in different ways and on different occasions help me to not just minimize the need to buy n different things but also reduce the net cost of buying pieces. Its Diwali time followed by the wedding season, calls for n outfits,  apart from the main days we have those days for Diwali parties and get-togethers. Outfits and outfits needed so this year I decided to make my dresses and non-traditional clothes work for the season by wearing them with traditional jewellery. Earrings are my go-to jewellery item and I was almost surprised how Indian and traditional they make even my boho modern dresses look. 

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My boho modern dress from Zara is given a traditional, apt for the festive and wedding season look by these beautiful chandelier pearl earrings made in silver from a brand I recently discovered, Tsara. Makers of destination silver jewellery, it rang a bell, all the pieces were stunning looking and so pocket-friendly, I had to know their story. And here it is,  the owners Tarun and Natasha were in Udaipur, Rajasthan attending a friends wedding.  After reaching their room post the sangeet function Natasha realised that one of her gold bangles was missing. They searched and searched but didn’t find it. Apart from the sadness of the loss she also felt ashamed and embarrassed to inform Tarun’s mother when they come back home. And there came the idea of making jewellery which looks just as good, if not better, than gold and diamond jewellery, so women can travel with it without stressing.
Stressing about the financials of how much jewellery actually costs. 
Stressing about after purchasing it, it just sits in the bank lockers.
Stressing about customs for international flights.
Stressing about it left in hotel rooms.
Stressing about the jewellery getting lost.

I think we have all experienced some or all of those fears. I showed the pieces to my mother and she was in love instantly, her words ‘ who wants the stress, if there is no compromise on looks’.  Tsara's brand philosophy is to look your best without the stress of what might happen to your jewellery. So they use colour stones and setting styles which the diamond jewellers use but replace the gold and diamonds with silver and cubic zirconias. Couldn’t have been better, even for my sister's wedding trousseau we are considering a few pieces from Tsara. 

You might be thinking that silver oxidizes so, ok yes it does but Tsara uses rhodium plating which gold and diamond jewellers use so the process is very slow. They also give an anti-tarnish cloth that helps bring the shine back to a greater extent. The products might be a little on the pricier side but the quality and the look totally compensate for it. And actually very versatile, I wore this piece with my dress for Diwali party and I can wear with any of my traditional clothes for the wedding season. Which reduces the cost even further, the number of times and ways you wear a piece determines the true amount you spend on it, right!!!

They are available online as well as offline in the following stores in India. 
Delhi -       Tiana Jewels, Khan Market
Mumbai-    2Divine, Julie by Julie Shah, Amara, Sattva, Sequins
Pune-        Mairah

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What I wore- Dress and sandals- Zara,  Earrings- Tsara

And before I forget, HAPPY DIWALI everyone!! Decorate, eat lots of food, play cards but say no to crackers.

Suggested post- Indian wear for Diwali, weddings or special occasion.
                        - Traditional in trending pink and yellow.
                        - Simple soft and dewy Diwali makeup.

Thank you for stopping by, see you with my next.

Love

Chichi

14 comments

  1. Very elegant and such a beautiful color!

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  2. Love this outfit on you. And the earrings look lovely too

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  3. Oh wow I love this red dress and the show/clutch combo works so well!! The jewellery is beautiful and really adds to the whole thing

    Laura x

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  4. Happy Diwali, your outfit suggestion is fabulous and the earrings really make it pop.

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  5. I wish I could wear my floral dresses and sandals but it is too cold in my country :/
    You look absolutely beautiful and I looooove the whole style!
    www.kmeetsstyle.com

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  6. Love this red dress on you. You look pretty.

    Akanksha

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  7. Thanks for linking up to Top of the World Style. This outfit is great!

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  8. Beautiful dress! You look pretty!

    http://chicglamstyle.com

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  9. Wow. Enjoyed reading about the jewelry you are wearing. beautiful earrings and the red on you is sensational!
    Thanks for linking!
    jess xx
    www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com

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  10. This is such a lovely read dear. You got a lovely red dress, elegant color with really beautiful details.

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

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  11. Love how wearable this look is! Instead of wasting a ton of money on just Indian wear.

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  12. Those earrings are stunning! I love your dress too, beautiful print. Thanks for linking up!

    Emma xxx
    www.style-splash.com

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  13. That looks like fun and it's something I've never tried thank you

    Embroidery Library

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