Casual Chic Mom
Super chic - strappy heels and statement jewels paired with denim.
The Classy Mom
Pearls that can be passed down through the generations.
The Fashion Forward Mom Edgy jewels that blend in seamlessly with her high fashion outfits.
Don’t Forget Grandmom
Timeless and sophisticated jewels, just like your grandmom.
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Image via Melodie Jeng for vogue.comIt’s not just almost summer, it’s also music festival season, where some of the best artists come together and perform at amazing venues. Artists and music aside, these world renowned festivals are the "it" destination for boho chic fashion icons like Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Vanessa Hudgens. Here's our festival jewelry style guide with looks that bring the cool to these hot festivals.
Simple ChicStyle Tip: Airy white tops, denim shorts and a few Isharya accessories to tie it all together. This chic look will keep you comfortable and stylish while dancing to your favorite tunes. Royal Filigree Finger Ring: http://bit.ly/1RUrDmx Op Art Pyramid Quartz Ear Cuff: http://bit.ly/25OXZbI Temple Music White Resin Oval Hinge Bangle: http://bit.ly/25OY3Iz White Hampi Wire Choker Necklace: http://bit.ly/1VDpa4z
Crochet LoveStyle Tip: A hot bikini and peek-a-boo crochet dress or top, screams feminine sex appeal. Layer on some boho chic jewelry for a laid-back look that doesn’t compromise on style. Abstract Mughal Black White Semi Statment Necklace: http://bit.ly/1RUtkjT Origami Pyramid Statement Cuff: http://bit.ly/1LrkiMs Black Obsidian Croc Stud Earrings: http://bit.ly/1WhfoWx
Festival StaplesStyle Tip: Amp up the crop top and flower crown by pairing it with edgy statement jewelry. Lace-up sandals and heart shape sunglasses complete the look. Op Art Statement Necklace: http://bit.ly/1ROJ75Q
Lace PlayStyle Tip: Lace tops and embroidered shorts make a for a super flirty outfit. Add some Bollywood glam with Indian-inspired jewels. Royal Filigree Necklace: http://bit.ly/262Uajv Amythesit Jaali Filigree Hoops: http://bit.ly/23HyiYK Orchid Goddess Petite Power Cuff: http://bit.ly/1RVP5mS
Metallic TattoosStyle Tip: Don’t leave home without some crave-worthy arm candy. Pair our metallic tattoos with some gilded jewelry for a goddess touch. Metallic Jewelry Tattoos: http://bit.ly/1SD7Rf8 Filigree Spoke Lattice Cuff: http://bit.ly/1KjhiP4 Origami Gold Chevron Cuff: http://bit.ly/1TUgQPb
Boho MaxiStyle Tip: Barefoot and bohemian, the floral maxi dress never goes out of style. Stack on jewel tone bracelets to complete the look. Abstract Mughal Jewel Lattice Cuff: http://bit.ly/1S7aATB Serpent Orb Bracelets: Coming Soon to Isharya.com Going to a music festival this season? Stock up on our favorite jewels from our festival jewelry selection at http://www.isharya.com/festival-jewelry/. Don't forget to tag @isharya to show us how you styled your look!
Enjoy this Easter in the most stylish way possible with a little ISHARYA spring bling.
Don't forget to tag @isharya to show us how your styled your new jewels!
Translucent loveliness...perfect for spreading the holiday’s message of love.
Stack on. Slip on. Shine on colorfully!
Why not welcome Holi with an armload of gorgeous spring greens?!
Make “pretty in pink” your style motto this year for Holi.
Perfect for Holi...and beyond. Pretty much anytime you feel like showing your true colors!
So what's your favorite color to accessorize with? Let us know, and don't forget to tag @isharya to show us how you style ISHARYA.
Image via inspiredby.welovecolors.comHoli has been gaining interest and attention worldwide, becoming the focus of Coldplay and Beyonce’s ‘Hymn for the weekend’ music video earlier this year. It’s a festival that brings out the inner child in all of us, a day filled with water balloons, bright splashes of color and lots of fun.
Image via worldfestivaldirectory.comThere are many legends behind the celebration of Holi, but the two most widely known are the triumph of Prahlad over Holika and the story of a mischievous young lord Krishna. The Stories of Holi According to Hindu Mythology, King Hiranyakashyap wanted everyone in his kingdom to worship him. However his son, Prahlad, chose Lord Vishnu instead. Enraged by this, he asked his daughter Holika, who was resistant to fire, to lure Prahlad into a fire. Prahlad’s devotion to lord Vishnu was so strong that he survived the fire. Holika was killed because she used her gift to do harm - hence the name, Holi. Many Hindus light a bonfire to symbolize this victory of good versus evil.
Image via andybasileinsight.comThe play of color however, comes from another story, one of a Radha and Krishna. It is believed that the young Lord Krishna was poisoned by a demon named Putana that turned his skin dark blue. Complaining to his mother, Krishna says the fair-skinned Radha and the other Gopikas (women) would never appreciate him due to his skin. To appease the child, she said to go and paint Radha’s face with whatever color he wanted, so that they’d both be equal. This simple story over the years has transformed into the giant celebration of color we know today.
Image via decodehindumythology.blogspot.comCelebrating Color
Image via gsom.comJust like the festival of Holi, we celebrate color at ISHARYA in each one of our collections. Whether it’s our funky Pop Art designs or decadent Abstract Mughal jewels, one thing remains constant, our use of color. Gemstones in every hue all set in beautiful gold and silver, fit for any Holi after-party. ISHARYA Metallic Jewelry Tattoos instead.
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The choker trend on the Dior runway Image via disneyrollergirl.com
Whether dainty and delicate, or bold and statement-making, chokers are back in style and flattering necklines everywhere.all are equally flattering. That being said Let'slets looks at the best ways to rock the choker for Spring Summer 2016.
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Thin or thick, the black ribbon choker screams sex appeal. Blogger Santoshi Shetty from The Style Edge adds a tiny pendant to hers, and it instantly completes her look.
The DIY Bow
Image via AudrieStorme.comPick up ribbon or leather cord from your local craft store and simply tie it around your neck for a boho-chic alternative. We love the way content creator and blogger Audrie Storme ties her DIY choker into a delicate bow.
If you want to show off your collarbones, the open ended choker is the way to go. They sit on the bone and look extremely sensual, no matter the outfit.
ISHARYA Black Obsidian Croc Choker Image via Mariah Longo
Make a bold statement by wearing chokers with eye-catching pendants or designs. Makeup artist and model Mariah Longo looks flawless wearing the ISHARYA Black Obsidian Croc choker.
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If you love monochrome outfits, then you know a gold choker is the ultimate must-have accessory. We adore this look on Taylor Swift at the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscars party. Fierce! Get the look with the ISHARYA Origami Gold Choker Necklace.
Falling in love with this trend? Browse through our selection of choker necklaces (click here!) and find your favorite today! Happy shopping.
Here at ISHARYA, we try to blend Western and Indian cultures into unique eye-catching designs. We’re constantly looking for new ideas that spark our imagination and deliver a creative edge that we can infuse in our jewelry. This time we explored modern art and gorgeous Mughal structures that have dotted the landscapes of India for eons.
Arguably, the biggest art movement of the 20th century was cubism, where artists like Pablo Picaso and Georges Braque sought to flatten their perception of the world and recreate something new. What was so bizarre yet alluring is that up until that time, people saw their world as is, and couldn’t imagine it any other way. It took a imagination and courage that only true artists like Picasso and Braque possess to shatter what we once knew. It’s no wonder that paintings such as Les Demoiselles d’Avignon were so radical at the time. Lines were disjointed, figures were distorted and overtime gave rise to circular, outlandish and fascinating representations of reality. Just like these paintings, ISHARYA designers were inspired to create unique shapes and ridged angels, that are reflected in our new collection.
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Akbar the Great, Shah Jahan and all the other emperors had one main thing in common, their absolute resolve to be surrounded by beautiful architecture and art. They pushed the boundaries of perception in India by bringing their Persian flair to everything. Mehrangarh Fort in Jaipur has that Mughal signature style with quaint, colourful stain glass doors and windows. Structures had to be aesthetically pleasing to the eyes and of the highest design quality. The most famous testament to this type of thinking (and to love) is of course the Taj Mahal. We pay homage to those minarets and the decadence of that period, by recreating their shape and highlighting vibrant gemstones.
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ISHARYA Abstract Mughal
Our latest collection is in many ways a cubist perception of Mughal masterpieces that have been transformed into luxe designer jewels. We present to you – Abstract Mughal.
The vibrant pops of color from Mughal stained glass windows can now be worn as bangles, cocktail rings and statment earrings.
Beautiful combinations of blue lapis, green malachite, marsala quartz and blue chalcedony gemstones bring life and luxury to your spring wardrobe.
If you’re ready to get creative with your personal style, or simply want new jewels that have an air of royalty, this collection won't dissapoint.
Don’t forget to tag us on social media! We love seeing your chic outfits styled with the latest ISHARYA jewels.
It's awards season and that means one thing, all eyes are on our favorite red carpet royalty. Stylists have been pulling outfits from top runways, and it looks like they’ve been heavily influenced by the delicate displays of décolletage. The plunging neckline is not new to the runways or the stars, however it gets its time in the spotlight every year; who can forget Jennifer Lopez in that tropical print Versace dress at the Grammys?
This time around though, we’re looking at a more restrained pairing of deep V-necks with fresh faced makeup and barely there jewels that ooze sophistication and luxury. While some of these celebrities may have bared a bit too much, the majority hit this trend right on and turned heads for all the right reasons. Polished, understated yet right on trend, we’ve pulled together ten of the most lust-worthy looks that have us all talking at the ISHARYA offices.
Here are our top 10 looks:
Bella Hadid at the Grammys 2016
Wearing Alexandra Vaultheir dress and Bulgari jewels
Selena Gomez at the Grammys 2016
Wearing Calvin Klein dress with Norman Silverman earrings and David Webb ring
Dakota Johnson at Bafta 2016
Wearing Dior dress and Jimmy Choo heels
Rooney Mara at SAG 2016
Wearing Valentino dress and Fred Leighton jewels
Kajal Aggarwal at Filmfare 2016
Wearing Swapnil Shinde dress
Katy Perry at Golden Globes 2016
Wearing Prada dress
Parineeti Chopra at Filmfare 2016
Wearing Shivan and Narresh dress and Isharya jewels
Eva Longora at SAG 2016
Wearing Julien Macdonald dress and Lorraine Schwartz jewels
Emilia Clarke at BAFTA 2016
Wearing Victoria Beckham dress and Jimmy Choo heels
Kirsten Dunst at Golden Globes 2016
Wearing Valentino Dress
The key to all these bodacious outfits is the right accessory; these style goddesses have left their long necks bare, but opted for unique stud earrings and one-off bracelets to complete their looks.
Planning to take the plunge yourself? Tag your photos with #isharya to show us how you accessoriezed your date night look.
Image via MetMuseum.orgCotton’ing to the Muse
As the soft pearlescence of the Art Nouveau period morphed into the glitzier Jazz Age pearls of the Art Deco period, they turned trendy - but spendy. So stylish fashionistas with more dash than cash opted for an interesting alternative: compressed cotton dipped in a shimmery, pearlescent coating. Japanese Cotton Pearls, while just as chic, are actually more lightweight to wear. And don’t be fooled by their delicate appearance: these beauties go the distance, adding class and sass to whatever you’re wearing for years to come. And these days, they’re keeping some fairly lofty company - lovely lapis lazuli, quirky quartzite and inky marcasite - as part of our glittery Temple Muse collection.
Image via paintandpattern.comMuses for a New Millennium
Legend has it that the mortal lucky enough to be graced by the attention of a muse would revel in new artistic forms and insights. Fast forward to the 19th century, and fashion removed her wings and plunked her down on the catwalk. The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion, held in 2009 at NYC’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, was dedicated to the crowd-pleasing mannequins that inspire women everywhere to dress in ways that capture the Zeitgeist.
Image via canalblog.comInspired by femine frocks, classic jewels and a muse-like attitude, ISHAYA presents Temple Muse.
Delicate gemstone earcuffs that rise above the rest.
A dazzling statement necklace combining intriciate gold details with perfectly polished stones and pearls.
Lightweight pearls that lay across your fingers just so.
Who is your style muse? And how does she inspire you to wear our Temple Muse collection? Be sure to let us know by using @Isharya!
Summer styles are slipping away, and Fall Fashion 2015 is here!
It starts with the short-lived, but highly-anticipated, return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte. Then the foliage follows suit, changing from dry-looking olives and decaying greens to fiery red-oranges, showy yellows and rich earthy browns, after which the trees dramatically shed their leaves in anticipation of the coming winter. Finally, out come all those cozy, snuggly knits that we stored so patiently all summer long. Autumn has arrived!
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Pantone Fall Palette 2015
This fall, our favorite fashion season is a muted and sophisticated boy-meets-girl affair of effortless opposites and elegant shades, poised and confident. Starting with the glitzy allure of the 20s through to the mid-century modernists and ending with the boho-chic of the 70s, progressive moments in the 20th century have been distilled into a colorful homage. This palette comprises the most important and directional hues for Fall Fashion 2015. “This season displays an umbrella of accord that weaves earthy neutrals with a range of bold color statements and patterns to reflect a landscape of hope, fun, fantasy and all things natural,” explains Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute about fashion’s time-traveling and “truly unisex” color palette for Fall 2015. “Naturally-inspired colors remind us of things that are real and protective,” she continues, noting that this season’s colors “are evocative of a love for nature and a timeless appreciation for warmth and security.”
Particularly the 60s inflected Cashmere Rose. “A tactile and soft pink hue, it renders exactly what it promises,” she adds. “Cultivated in its richness, Cashmere Rose displays a gently persuasive and composed pink that is more upscale than downtown.” Which is why ladylike designers such as Lela Rose and Pamella Roland featured it - as an elegant coat and evening gown, respectively. Rose found herself inspired by “the colorful, patterned and textured world of birds,” while Roland was feeling in the pink after a trip to Paris (who wouldn’t?!) and channeled that ooh-la-la in to creating “classics for the future.” And it certainly dress-ed things up at Alice & Trixie (“just the right mix of mod and boho”), Rachel Pally (“simple-yet-sexy”) and somewhat cerebrally at Katie Gallagher, who was inspired by the notion of a “blur or blob in space.”
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Cashmere Rose on the Runway
Pink has continued stalking the catwalks as a strong trend for Spring 2016. “I’m in my rose period,” notes Carolina Herrera, who layered thick horizontal "stripes" of tulle in various pinks to fabulous effect. Diane von Furstenberg was similarly feeling la vie en rose and seeming to channeling her iconic 70s ad campaign, but with a new millennium twist: "Feel like a woman - wear a pink dress." And Banana Republic’s much-buzzed-about new'ish Creative Director Marissa Webb - the one responsible for making J. Crew so craveworthy at one time - showed tailored separates that make a girl actually want to sport workwear. The Spring collection also represented a collaboration with the CFDA and cult-fave designer Timo Weiland, and the colorful, travel-inspired looks are all the proof we need that it’s time, once again, to think pink! Particularly paired with hints of coral and salmon as shown in this look.
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ISHARYA Cashmere Rose Jewelry
Translation: we love to think pink and have jumped onto this trend like there’s no tomorrow...or better yet: like it’s yesterday! Starting with our 24k-gold trimmed Pastel Rani collection, which features Cashmere Rose’s opulent gemstone besties: violet, orchid and sunny daffodil.
Our Orchid Goddess collection features the feminine pink, purple and fuchsia undertones that make Cashmere Rose so flattering. Plus go so well when paired with a menswear-inspired jacket or blazer.
And when we’re feeling unabashedly girlie and ready to get our accessorize-Accessorize-ACCESSORIZE on, we’ll be reaching for the cheery Rose Cashmere, daffodil and violet long earring - paired, naturellement (like Pamella) with the très Cashmere Rose Pastel Rani Statement Ring. Or, perhaps, a stack of cuffs made from the Pastel Rani Quartz cuff, the timelessly elegant Orchid Goddess Skinny cuff or Honeycomb Bangle or really rockin’ and Rose-in’ in a princess-perfect pink cuff.
And shamelessly show off our Cashmere Rose panache after we place our order and proceed to somewhat (um, okay, very) showily - and slowly! - reach for that Pumpkin Spice Latte.