Fancy Thread Jewellery

Hi! How are you? I am enjoying the rainy season at Pune.

Well, today I have one of my college time projects to share with you.

 15T Fancy Thread Jewellery - Ramp/Party Look

This delicate fancy jewellery set inspired by Fuchsia and Gejje Vastra (a traditional art) consists of an emphasizing pendant and a pair of voluminous ear-hangings made of woolen yarns and silver metallic strips.

15T Fancy Thread Jewellery - Neck Piece/Pendant

Fancy Thread Jewellery – Neck Piece/Pendant

 

15T Fancy Thread Jewellery - Ear-hangings

Fancy Thread Jewellery – Ear-hangings

This funky set being designed for a feminine look, suits for a range of occasions like both party and casual. The large pendant worn on forehead is the best for ramp and party. This junk accessory goes well with casual and beach mood when worn with or without the pendant as a neck-piece.

15T Fancy Thread Jewellery - Casual/Beach look

Fancy Thread Jewellery – Casual/Beach look 

Many many thanks to Ms. Shwetha Ulhas (my model) and Mr. Ashwin Asha Studio, Puttur (Photographer).

Now, it is time for me to say bye. And it is the time for you to leave a reply below :). Promising to come back with new exciting project,

Take care!

Bye until the next post!

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About Sindhu

A nature lover, dreamer, artist, fashion designer and blogger. Passionate about arts. Persued B.Sc Fashion Designing at Karavali College, Mangalore with first rank in the Mangalore University (2003-2006). Former lecturer at Gloria College of Fashion Design, Puttur. (2006-2011). Arts and fashion blogger (2013 onwards).
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