Growing up a tomboy I’ve never been much of a jewellery person but when I finally embraced my feminine side, I divided my dressing sense in two diverse fashions. These two fashions happen to be either a complete western look, or a complete ethnic look. So when I dress up in a western attire I’m mainly in casuals without any jewellery or accessories, and when I go for an ethnic look, I go for a traditional Bengali saree or salwar paired with traditional Bengali gold ornaments. However, for the past couple of years I’ve struggled to pair contemporary jewelleries with western outfits but never felt confident enough. On top of that, for a month or two now, I’ve been meaning to try an indo-western look, a look I’ve successfully ignored all these years.
So while I was browsing online for some online jewelleries, I came across Precious You, a site dedicated to contemporary and trendy jewelleries and handbags. To be honest I came across this site sometimes back but I wasn’t sure if I can pull off these gorgeous pieces, given to the fact that I can be really low-key when it comes to jewelleries, but once I decided that I need to give the indo-western look one try, I knew where to head to get my matching jewellery.
Precious You believes that beautiful things shouldn’t come with a heavy price tag and thus they curate the most exclusive fashion accessories from across the globe at prices that are bound to pack in a lot of surprise. They are dedicated to put together a collection of the most exquisite pieces of fashion jewelleries from places near and far that any modern woman would love to flaunt! Be it a stunning pair of embellished earrings from Afghanistan, a traditional handcrafted necklace from Nepal or a fabulous piece of jewelry all the way from Kazakhstan- you name it and you have it! A treasure trove for jewelry aficionados, their collection comprises authentic handmade pieces directly sourced from their place of origin that have a unique story to tell. They have a collection of 500 Afghani,Turkmani, Uzbeki, Kazaki, Nepali, Kundan, Jadau and Meenakari pieces.
I chose the exclusive ‘Break The Stereotype’ which is made from various semi-precious rough stones and comes in a pretty pink colour. Unlike I’ve always felt, I did manage to pull it off not only with ethnic but with western and indo-western outfit as well. It gave me enough confidence to pull off more western and indo-western looks paired jewelleries, something that I’ve been forever intimidated to do. I’m now kind of addicted to looking out for more gorgeous jewelleries to pair up with western outfits.