Blue Stone Comes to Chennai!!

Bluestone.com, a name that’s now synanomoys with the most trusted jewelry shopping experience, is sometning that I’ve been a fan of ever since it’s inception in 2011. I was much younger when I first came across blue stone, but there was something about their designs that just drew me towards them. At that time, I only looked at the designs, and didn’t know much about  the other aspects until I made my first order. They made diamond Jewel look so appealing to not just a young mind like mine, but also my mom and sister alike! I was pleasantly surprised with their customer service, the product  and the  overall experience. It has now become India’s leading desitination for high quality fine jewellery for all good reasons. They house more than 5000 unique designs for you to choose from and I got to check out some of them at the newly opened store in Chennai at VR Mall! These designs are crafted to perfection with utmost care giving you the flexibility to customize the product’s gold purity and colour or diamond clarity to suit your needs.
With an award-winning design team that pays great attention to detail, each of their products are a symbol of perfection! They are not only a treat to look at, but amp your look up to the maxxxx!!! With cutting edge innovation and latest technology, they make sure the brilliance is well reflected in all their jewellery.
With offers like 30 day money back guarantee, they make online shopping a lot easier and comfortable for their customers, which I think is so needed in this time and age. My experience with blue stone has been overwhelmingly good, and I know for a fact yours will be too! Check out their first ever outlet in Chennai at VR, and keep scrolling to see more of their collection!

 

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An Ongoing Jewellery Obsession Ft. Mystic Collections

Hi Guys!!!

I hope you all are doing well. In today’s post I’m gonna be talking to you guys about my jewelry addiction. Yes, now it has definitely become an addiction because I just loooovvvveeee jewelry, and I never miss a chance to accessorise myself with the perfect pieces that work with my outfit. When it comes to buying jewelry, the first thing that I look at is the quality, because that can totally make or break the look of a piece. If you guys have been following me for a while now, you know that I buy most of my stuff online, because there are just soooooo many options these days! But when it came to jewelry, I was still hesitant in places because I was unsure of the quality. I could only buy from selective places, which restricted my options too! I recently came across a website, which I think is totally changing the game!! Its called Mystic Collections, and they’re based out of chennai.

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Jewellery Loving ft Nakshatra By Sha

Hi guys!! 

Festive season is just around the corner and as important as it is to find a good outfit, it is equally important to use the perfect accessories to style it right. I have collaborated with Nakshatra, which is a brand run by Sharada Murthy. She has some gorgeous pieces that I just couldn’t resist and have style them in different ways to show how versatile these accessories can be. 

Look 1

Kundans are my favourite when it comes to Indian jewellery and they’re the easiest to style! I styled this gorgeous yellow maxi with a Kundan earring and maamgtikka. I usually don’t wear maamgtikkas, but this was just too gorgeous to resist. Completed my look with a pair of matching earrings and I was sorted! Since my look was accessorised heavily on the face, I didn’t wear any other accessory. 

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Indian Rhapsody

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I’ve been trying to be regular with fashion posts, but I don’t know why I just keep slacking from time to time. Overtime something or the other just comes up and I land sidelining this. I feel bad but at the same time I trying making up with tons of Social media posts. But I have decided to get back to my old routine where I upload a new look for you guys every week.

Today’s post is all about taking an Indian look to the next level (well atleast for me :p ) For me, Indian outfits used to be restricted to churidars & Anarkalis.

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