If you guys have read some of my previous posts on jewellery, you would probably know how I was never into them and how gradually my taste changed. It took me a while, but I now understand the power of investing in a good piece of sparkle. And Caratlane might have helped me in looking at gold and diamond accoutrements in a distinct way.
Caratlane, as you must be aware, is a trusted jewellery brand acknowledged by every Indian household for making the most beautiful and affordable pieces since 2008. The designs, ranging from INR 5000/- and above, have a collection for everyone and every occasion starting from Cocktail, Men’s Jewellery, Work and Everyday wear, Antique, etc.
Besides the dazzling solitaires and ethereal diamond pieces, they also have a wide variety of conceptually designed jewellery. One of which I am wearing here, called Aaranya, which in Sanskrit means green and bountiful forest. I was awestruck with the intricate detailing of this collection and what made my heart skip a beat is the Orbit leaf ring. Perhaps not right away, but I have my eyes on this little piece of heaven.
What also caught my attention was the collection of simple and classy Love bands. I have been with my fiance for almost three years now. While I am the forgetful, non-mushy idiot in the relationship, he is the more romantic and keeping things in order one. So, although as individuals we are poles apart from each other, we somehow fill each other’s empty spaces. And on that note, on our special day I would love to share something we both have in common, perhaps something like this couple ring in platinum and gold to celebrate our togetherness. Oh well, I also made him rehearse for the D-Day a bit here. 😀
Words fail to express the beauty of these designs, for each and every piece is a work of art. You have to see them to believe how contemporary and ecstatic, yet reasonable they are! You can check out more of their collections on their website.
Hope you liked this entry and until next time.
Concept, Styling, Makeup, Modelling, Edit: Smita Roy Majumder
Photography: Team S&T