Jewellery is not just a garnish for a woman’s body; it is a part of her soul as well. There is an old saying that women’s love for their ornament is more than anything else in this world. It has always been an emotional and sentimental experience that evokes wonderful memories while still giving pleasure for years ahead. When buying one has to understand the qualities and characteristics of an ornamental piece. As designer Archana Aggarwal believes women are born beautiful. “The way they carry, present or be what they are is natural and gorgeous in their own ways. It is an artistic blend between royal and chic. The heritage stones with modern patterns make it contemporary and ageless. The fine craftsmanship and collection of carved gemstones add more allure to our exquisite pieces,” she shares while being asked about how designs matter.
Various forms of jewellery that includes, necklaces, earrings, nose pins, rings and bangles have an abundant and ancient history. In India’s history, the people of the Indus Valley civilization exhibited typical terracotta jewellery that is today presented as important antiquity that shows the lifeways of a bygone era. Men and women of the Mayan, Roman and Mauryan age have worn it. “All our designs are inspired by the beauty all around us. Nature is an integral part of our being and peacocks and birds influence some of our designs. I also draw some inspiration from heritage collection or from old Nizam.” All over the world, women wear jewellery to flaunt their best features and look nice. The right jewellery can do pleasures to an outfit if plucked wisely in accordance with it. So if you are thinking what all-new level of chic accessories to wear this summer with different outfits which would elevate your look, then here the designer comments, “As pastels are most preferred colours in summer, so are pearls, best if coordinated with pastel stones like Russian emerald, Rhodolite and opals. It gives the jewellery a very soothing effect which makes it bright and chic for the summer months.”