With the festive and celebratory mood in full swing, we can never have enough of new clothes and different looks! But away from the glitz,bling and OTT drama, I’ve fallen in love with two brands that are reminiscent of all things elegant, graceful and pure luxurious! Nazar by Indu Abbot is a designer label that has been making women all over the world feel special with their gorgeous womenswear collections since the last 25 years. Adding to the allure of this look is the enchanting jewellery by Tvesa Gems and jewels and their stunning range is on my wishlist this season!

What I truly love the most about Nazar by Indu Abbot is the attention to detailing in every attire! Her creations are nothing less than a piece of art- creative, classy and visually stunning! The salmon colored kurta with handcrafted embroidery is one of my favourite picks for this season and redefines grace and simplicity with style with its contemporary styling. A special mention about how the entire ensemble has a beautiful drape and volume lending it a dreamy yet rich feel. With a color palette of lovely hues, Nazar by Indu Abbot has made me look at pure cotton clothes with a new found admiration and love!


Complimenting a brand like Nazar needs another special brand that is equally exclusive and that’s where I found Tvesa- a brand whose handcrafted jewellery is sure to brighten any look!
Their range of silver based jewellery with precious and semi-precious stones is one that every fashionista would want to indulge in! These gorgeous earrings are perfect to up your style game on any occasion-be it for a cocktail party or your BFF’s sangeet,these lovelies are sure to turn heads!


There is beauty in understated elegance that Nazar by Indu Abbot and Tvesa Gems & Jewels seem to have mastered and I cannot wait to get my hands on more pieces from both these awe-inspiring brands!


You can shop for the earrings at Tvesa , Clover Centre,Camp, Pune

Nazar by Indu Abbot is available on CarmaOnlineShop.com 

Shoot location – Ark Wellness Retreat

Photo credits – Ruchika Kochhar