If there’s one thing we’re grateful for this year, it’s that we can finally go back to celebrating weddings the big fat Indian way! While intimate lockdown weddings were truly charming, we terribly missed the glitz and glamour that make our desi shaadis so unique. Thankfully, our favourite season of the year is back and serving us a stunning lewk is our very own Priyanka Gill, Founder & CEO, POPxo and Co-Founder, Good Glamm Group! She recently attended a destination wedding at the gorgeous Wildflower Hall, Shimla and made quite a style statement. Besides the outfit and the makeup, it was her choice of jewels that especially stood out for us. Let’s take a look:
An entrepreneur and a true fashionista, you’ll often find Priyanka chairing meetings in structured fits or monotone pantsuits. But the #BossLady sure knows how to switch it up to match the occasion! For her first post-pandemic wedding outing, she opted for the prettiest lehenga set in soft pastels. A salmon sequinned skirt paired with a matching choli and an ethereal sky dupatta, take a page out of PG’s #StyleFile to nail your next desi soirée.
Elevating the summer-appropriate look were the gorgeous jewels by Aulerth, a sustainable homegrown brand creating couture-inspired jewels that are conscious and guilt-free. Interestingly, their designs swap metals and gemstones for alternatives like industrial scrap and man-made stones. Top it off with the fact that the brand’s founder, Vivek Ramabhadran has brought on-board some of the biggest names in the Indian fashion space including Tribe Amrapali and ace designers Suneet Varma and JJ Valaya as the launch team.
Priyanka chose an oversized statement maangtika adorned with jade stones that beautifully contrasted the lehenga. Going heavy on the ears, she opted for a pair of multi-stone earrings in blush pink and mint. The design, inspired by the graceful flight of a swan, complements the outfit and the pastel theme. What also stood out were the pair of structured bangles edged with 77 carats of dew-drop crystals. Balancing out the look was Priyanka’s subtle makeup – a nude lipstick, kohl-rimmed eyes and just a pop of highlighter. Stunning!
“Aulerth is on a continuous pursuit to bridge the seemingly disparate worlds of being couture-inspired, and consciously made–with an underlying foundation of bringing more responsibility and mindfulness to the end-to-end process spanning design, production, merchandising and packaging,” shared Vivek Ramabhadran, the founder of Aulerth.
Multi-Coloured Jadau Jewels By Tribe Amrapali
The artisans of Tribe Amrapali have poured their passion for classic Indian jadau and chitai work into the brand’s collection for Aulerth. The prong set stones have been accentuated using meenakari, enamelling, delicate beadwork, oxidation, and gold plating.
The Fusion Of The Royal Nomad With Strains Of Art Deco By JJ Valaya
JJ Valaya’s jewellery line for Aulerth takes inspiration from the idea of “the royal nomad.” His penchant for Art Deco details shines in each one of the creations. The couturier has translated aesthetics from the celebrated ‘Rumeli’ line to Aulerth’s jewellery collection. You will find carved gemstones set in exquisite metal frameworks with zircon details, intricate enamelling, and bandish work of rose pearls and tumbles.
Suneet Verma Jewels Inspired From Mughal Architecture
Suneet Verma’s Aulerth line is inspired by the regal beauty of Mughal architecture. You will detect bursts of pastels in pale pinks, mint, and ivory stones carefully fused with traditional designs.
Truly innovative and well thought of, Aulerth is yet another step towards environment friendly fashion without compromising on the quality or design. As an added incentive, the brand even offers lifetime warranty on their exquisite pieces. So now that you have all the style tips at your disposal, are you ready to make a stunning and conscious purchase?!