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Jewellery- Azva, Jumpsuit- AND, Shoes- River Island, Sunglasses- Facypants

It’s been such an incredible experience working with Azva and creating content using stunning piece from their collections! A lot of you seem to relate to the articles and I receive so many emails from several to-be brides, on how this helped them with ideas as well as queries of how they could use these pieces even post the bridal chaos. So, I created this look to give you an idea on how you could use a super simple outfit and amp up the look with your gold jewellery. I chose this trendy yet classic jumpsuit from AND along with a big buckle belt to add more definition. This is such a versatile outfit and you can wear this to a post wedding celebration bash, a brunch party or even to a yacht party scenario! The trendy palazzo bottoms inspired by the 70’s fashion are balanced with a basic cami cut and a classic monochrome colour scheme.
For the jewellery, I chose these incredible earrings with intricate details and some stunning pearls. A perfect mix of modern and traditional, these are bound to be your go-to earrings to compliment various ensembles. I also threw on a couple of bangles with kundan placed between delicate carving details. You may have worn these bangles accompanied with many more on your wedding day but don’t be afraid to mix and match pieces for a more casual effect. To make things more intriguing, I layered this pendant as a hathphool and wrapped the chain around my wrist. Most of the Azva pieces are designed such that they can used in multiple ways if you’re willing to make the best of your creative skills. I kept my makeup very basic but bronzed up the contours of my face and completed it with a classic red pout.
(Shot by Jaina Kumar)