Gold is Old, Vintage is Trending

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Gold is Old, Vintage is Trending
Gold is Old, Vintage is Trending

Gold is Old, Vintage is Trending

Like every year, the ritual follows and the wedding saga is celebrated with much pomp and show in India. Weddings are grand festivities to feast upon, going big and bold with vibrant hues, peppy music, foot tapping grooves, joyous smiles and happiness surround, so why should your jewellery be left behind? Let your precious stones make some noise as we tell you what’s in and what’s not. This wedding season, there are no dazzling diamonds or luscious golds to flaunt, go boho chic and re-visit your roots with vintage vibes as you don the sterling silver with a twist. Zero Kaata’s lovable Banjara collection will come handy to all you women who love to go desi with that undying swag. So, here we go with our celebrity-inspired looks that you can totally shop for yourselves!

Aditi Rao Hyadri

Aditi Rao Hyadri Royal style earring choker statement

 

The royal princess from Hyderabad is all about the sophisticated glam of the yesteryears as she always try to experiment with bold and avantgarde looks to come up with such pretty fusions. Clad in floral printed off-shoulder blouse with mermaid styled hairstyle, her eccentric sterling silver temple earrings with floral motifs and intricate detailing totally matches the breath-taking designer sterling silver minimalist choker necklace. Such a nonchalant look that exudes with a sheer touch of feminity and charm.

Sonam Kapoor

Sonam Kapoor banjara necklaces banjara jhumkis

And here comes our fashion muse who never fails to surprise us with flamboyant styles carried off in élan. No one does it better than Sonam. Period. As she wore the Anavila earthy saree drape and accessorized it with the rich sterling silver antique jewellery representing the beauty of authentic Indian cultural heritage. We love how she kept it so subtle yet dramatic as she went all au natural and let her jewellery steal the spotlight. Sport similar look this wedding and festive season and play it quirky.

Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone wars of love hippie hop

Stole a zillion hearts away, DP slays in saree with her tall and slim athletic figure and as she draped this designer contemporary saree for Diwali last year, she was all praises for her dusky Indian look. We can’t stop crushing at her immaculately designed silver jewellery that is embellished with turquoise stone and elevates the dramatic appeal of her look. The long silver antique floral applique work long jhumkis with bells and intricate artwork accompanied with statement bold sterling silver and turquoise stone based necklace, she showed up in panache and lured the guests away with that infectious smile.

Vidya Balan

Vidya Balan butterflies and bells

An epitome of ladylike grace and perfection, Vidya personifies strength and character like none. Her signature style and revamp of an actress’s image in Bollywood has been tremendous. We’re a big time fan of her ace acting skills and off-duty looks that she carry with ultimate feminity and poise. Wearing a gorgeous blue and white South Silk saree with a contrasting silver log blouse, she uplifted the glam with her statement sterling silver long chain pendant necklace echoing the best of artsy element.

Divya Kumar Khosla

Divya Kumar Khosla dancing peacock

Yummy sensational mummy, Divya Kumar looks enthralling here in a designer custom-made ethnic ensemble that totally compliments her milky dew skin as she pairs the statement temple sterling silver peacock designed jhumkis to complete that effervescent look. We love how she has effortlessly managed to look so graceful and flamboyant, all at the same time. It’s time to stock some silver accessories and ditch those gold, diamond staples this season.

These are some of our celebrity inspired look that you can give a try and share with us. We bet you won’t regret adorning silver jewels that will surely turn heads around. So, give the Banjara collection a shoutout and shop your heart out here :
https://www.zerokaata.com/index.php/collection-26/banjara-collection.html#/page/2

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