The Goddess Collection by Anmol (Mumbai) that highlights jewellery with uncut diamonds and precious gemstones was exhibited by nine bloggers depicting various goddesses who turned on the divine flame with a scintillating array of jewels teamed with personal styles… Scroll down to get dazzled!
Fine Jewels Meets Fitness Wear
Akanksha Redhu was all agog, embracing her inner deity, Shakti with a tantalising twist by teaming up traditional polki diamond jewellery with activewear and boxing gloves in tow. Kudos to Redhu, for smashing that inimitable look, totally embodying the trend, ‘modern meets traditional’ and how! Now, that was some heavy-duty jewellery-ising… worth the pose!
Big & Bling On Black
This blogger beauty took to some heavy-duty traditional neckpieces that glided classily over her body fitting sheer black top that she wore over a modish skirt. What brought out the divine goddess look to the forefront was an intricate naath that she wrapped up with
gorgeous kadas over her sheer black sleeve on one hand. In all, her was a guise was
something that could be repeated as is.
Understated Accessorising Anybody?
Ever seen the bodily version of modern-day Saraswati? Well then Akshaya Naik represented
Goddess Saraswati with a guitar in her hand. The diva decided to keep the silhouettes super casual and went easy on the jewellery too, with a nice bluestone two-tiered necklace and nath. Her red Haute lipstick and matching big bindi completed her Ma Saraswati
appearance. Now that we reckon that she nailed the modern Saraswati avatar to the T.
As Traditional As You Can Get
Who could ever go wrong with a black lehengha? Not Juhi Godambe at least. She owned the look and turned out like a modern Kali in her bolden avatar. She offset her multi-hued
embroidered black ensemble with a big chunky emerald and ruby neckpiece, super-sized
traditional danglers and an elaborate nath. Her skilful makeup and poise further made her
slay like a seasoned bejewelled maiden.
Mitali Sagar emerged like the reincarnation of Goddess Lakshmi distinguished by number of
jewellery pieces that she wore. Throwing minimalism out of the window, she incorporated
two traditional neckpieces that covered her décolletage that sensually lay bare from an off-
shoulder top. Hands boasted traditional rings, kadas and big matching earrings and a
sensuous nath that made her seal the ostentatious look akin to the goddess of wealth.
‘Coated’ In Gems
This goddess donned a white coat, corset and pants and adapted the brilliance of a long
neckpiece and matching choker set made her look divine as if she was the goddess of the
Ganges, radiantly flowing by. Natasha Luthra further wore a pearl haathphool and obviously
a nath and emerged like the star of traditional bling.
Jewels That Delight With White
When modern-day diva, Riya Jain deicide to be the ‘avatarini’, she knew white would be the
perfect hue for her sartaorial statement and to roll down the jewels. This combination
certainly bestowed her with the title of a ‘bejewelled Apsara’ as she glistened in traditional
emerald and polki jewellery. She cast a spell-like a modern-day yogini swathed in jewels.
The Art of Subtle Accessorising
You could equate Simran Jagwani to Goddess Sita as she made her presence felt with
subdued elegance in a peach lehenga that she teamed with an uncut polki necklace and
traditional pearl jhumki earrings and the obvious pearl nath that everyone was wearing. A
simple ring locked her sophisticated sheen and we so loved her style.
Emeralds All The Way
Finally, we set our eyes on Tina Kakkad who used the power of colours all through her look.
While she wore a purplish traditional embroidered blouse, she made emeralds do the
talking for her. We’d like to begin with her chunky emerald and diamond encrusted ring that
stood out but surely her big bridal-like neckpiece and matching bangles catapulted her to
the list of living goddess of glamour and grace!