Trends come and go, but some jewellery pieces never go out of style. If you have been deliberating on what to add to your jewel box, celebrity stylist Sanjana Batra has a few suggestions. Investing in classics, as well as statement-making pieces will ensure you never run out of options when it comes to dressing up. Sanjana shows us her personal collection and tells us what you need to own to add sparkle to your looks.
The Misho gold necklace is a great statement making pieces, they add an element of drama to any outfit and can elevate any simple look. "I love gold accessories and this works really well," says Sanjana.
The Afghani choker from Amama, is the statement piece that you need in your jewel box. "I love oxidised silver jewellery, it's so traditional but so versatile," says Sanjana.
The earrings from Ritika Sachdeva is an investment worth making. They are versatile and can be worn with western as well as Indian outfits. "It's a timeless piece and won't ever go out of style," says Sanjana.
"The two cuff bracelets are so unique. I picked them up from a boutique in London. I just thought they were so well crafted and detailed and well priced as well! I haven't worn them this season because they are definitely not an everyday piece!" says Sanjana.
"The stacked bracelets are something I wear every single day along with the rings. It's a very easy and effortless way to add some minimalistic style to your day to day look," says Sanjana.
Credits: Cartier Love rings, Cartier Un Clou bracelet, Diamond tennis bracelet by Hazoorilal Legacy, Kajal Fabiani evil eye bracelet, Cartier love bracelet.
A jewellery collection built from pieces from the past is what every woman wants. So add some vintage jewellery for those special occasions. Sanjana shows us the vintage earrings, she got as a gift from a family friend. What she likes about them is their versatility and how they can be worn with anything.
Jhumkas should be a part of your ethnic wardrobe. They have the ability to immediately add a dash of drama to any outfit. These jhumkas from Bharanay's are what Sanjana relies on when she needs to add an ethnic touch to her looks.
Photographs courtesy: Shivamm Pathak