Elegance is the only beauty that never fades. Having Indian roots, where skill, culture and tradition are always influencing the way we think, work or look, it is a given fact that somewhere we do not wish to let go of our aesthetics.

I have been an ardent lover of intricate work (screaming OCD) and totally love anything which holds finesse. Harmonizing classical traditions with modern designs isn’t really an easy job. But guess what? I just found someone who can do exactly that for you – ATICUTE  http://www.aticute.com

Right from extraordinary craftsmanship to unique selling designs, Aticute makes eclectic pieces that can be paired up literally with anything and be noticed even without you having to try hard. They are best known for remaking and customization of your worn out pieces. And, their creativity – SPOT ON!

On a general basis, I am very picky. But, when I looked at Aticute’s handmade collection, I couldn’t really decide which ones to leave aside. These pieces have a very indo-western look to it – so it is more of an investment. *happy feel*

I chose these two looks for my post.

Look 1 – Treasures from the underwater roots

Pearl & Kundan neckpieces have remained evergreen. Since the wedding season is on, I paired it with a saree in bright hues.

Alternate styling – Such a neckpiece would stand out on any solid colored dress/shirt. For a cocktail event, maybe.






Look 2 – Heritage Art

Timeless pieces that denote feminine beauty are always a delight. I wore these earrings shaped in a magnificent form comprising of jhumkas and pearls with a basic dress.

Alternate styling – These are going to look absolutely gorgeous with a black/white shirt.





“My jewelry is about a joy for life and a timeless beauty that transcends fashion. “

Accessories :: Aticute – http://www.aticute.com

Pic Courtesy ::  Nagoor Photography

Hairstylist :: Sane Theeng

Until next time,


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