Colours Say a lot about you. They speak to your mood, your sense of Style, your perceptions of beauty and so much more.
Black can be classic and deadly. White can be pure and elegant on a bride; and a fashion statement in the hands of Lady Gaga. Red can be divine and fierce.
People change so fast. Which colors would you choose to personify for an ever-changing you?
How can you accessorize with the right color for you?
For some ideas, check out http://tinyurl.com/9xjou34
In a world of use and re-use, its interesting to see how styles evolve. Can a set of toothpicks be joined to make a necklace? Can bits of wire be bent into funky new earrings! Can Thread and collected nuts and bolts, be transformed into a stylish bracelet with an ethnic touch?
Art and Design permeates into every level of thought.
We found something beautiful and we want to share it with you!
Here is a glow in the dark inspiration!
Can it be used in our accessories? Will you add it to your key-chain so you never loose your keys in the dark! The possibilities are endless.
Would you add these to your collection? If you did, you would positively glow!
Categories: DIY, earrings, Indian Jewellery, Tips & Tutorials, Uncategorized, Versatile Looks
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A cinematic inspiration.
Jodha Akbar is acclaimed not just for its telling of an epic story, but also for the grand nature of the sets, and costumes.
Chief amongst which is, the reportedly 400kgs of gold Jewelry (designed by Tanishq), which adorns our Rajput Princess (played by Bollywood Royalty Aishwarya Rai).
Primarily Rajasthani Kundan and Polki and Meenakari enamel work from the 16th century Mughal period, the Jewelry makes for an epic in itself.
Even without the perfect lighting and the crafted scenes, the jewelry in the real life wedding of Aishwarya Rai (to Abhishek Bachchan) is something to behold.
Aishwarya was layered in her heavy kundan jewelry, comprising of a heavy kundan necklace, kundan long haram, and a kundan haar with emerald drops. The gold hair accessories added to the traditional look.
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Indian Myra is hunting down the best and the worst jewelry trends. Here’s our take on what we thought rocked at the IIFA awards 2012 and also on mini jewelry disasters!
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It’s time to flaunt the best accessory! Whatever may be your face type, there is always an earring to compliment your face
There are some general rules that we delve into while selecting the right earring for your face type. So go ahead, identify your face type and pick a pair that suits you the best.
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Wouldn’t it be great if you could just bundle up some of your most beautiful memories, then stack them away and then pass them on to your daughter? Its impossible to capture memories elsewhere other than the little special corner of your heart. What you can do in the meantime is, pass on something equally valuable, something equally memorable to your little one. And the one most precious form of heirloom in this rich country is jewelry. Jewelry that passes on from generation to generation and adorns the beautiful princesses who wear them. They’re like a time capsule which bring time to an absolute standstill. And there is nothing more you’ll cherish than seeing that faint, charmed smile on your daughter’s face when you hand her a piece of your tradition, a piece of your heritage, a piece of you.
But there are many precautions that need to be followed if you want to turn your beloved precious ornament into a cherished heirloom. Taking regular care of your jewelry so that it stays with you for eternity is a simple process that preserves your bejeweled possessions extremely well for years to come.
So follow these instructions and start preserving those special somethings that will, one day be your daughter’s prized possession.
From the sand dunes and the royal legends of Rajasthan, we got a style so impeccably regal, that its hard to miss it.The sheer magnificence of the princely culture sends one to an era where every woman is the perfect queen in her bejeweled avatar. The mystical land has many jewel secrets that are hidden from the world. Picturing those maharanis setting their haath- phool in place or putting that final touch with the borla on the head will just take you back to the days of yore.
You too can be the maharani you wish to be. Take that old heavy jewelry out of the attic trunk and put it on with contemporary options like a brocade Achkan-style kurta. For the traditionalists, pair a set of traditional Kundan or polki earrings with a rich, gota- bordered saree and that’s how a new age Indian damsel is born. Or take it up a notch and team the elegant ghaghra-choli with a classic keychain. With such a large range to choose from, there’s something for each of you out there.
Categories: Indian Jewellery, Tips & Tutorials, Travel, Uncategorized
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Ms. Goldy Raj wearing an Indianmyra Pearl necklace and statement bracelet with flair
Our team at Indianmyra.com was absolutely thrilled and humbled, when one of our customers sent in pictures of her truly versatile styling of our products. Ms. Goldy Raj was kind enough to send us pictures of products styled with versatility and flair along with lovely words that inspire us and motivate us to scour and find pieces that exude the Indian design and spirit.