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      The Jewellery Blog

      All you want to know about Bohemian Style!

      All you want to know about Bohemian Style!

      Nowadays we see a lot of products tagged as "Bohemian". But Exactly what is Bohemian? In fact, the question is itself wrong. 

      Bohemian truly means Free-spirit, Artistic, unconventional. Therefore you may notice that all the products which have numerous colours is called as bohemian. 

      Ever heard of the phrase," Stay away from that hippie". Well "hippie is also a term used for a bohemian person". A person who is away from conventional society and are not disturbed by its disapproval. A Bohemian is an Artist.

      But It is not true Vice-versa. All the artist cannot be called Bohemian, But the second element necessary to be a bohemian is "poverty". 

       So what do you have to do to carry a bohemian style?

       

      Bohemian hairstyel 

      Don't worry! you can do that without getting poor. 

      Firstly you always wear layers of everything from top to bottom.

      Let's start from the top!

      Leave your hair natural and open or go for a messy braid.

      Bohemian hairstyle

      Do light makeup, Go for nude shades. Apply less or no eye makeup.

      Light bohemian Hairstyle

      Wear a multilayered necklace, with tassels or small elements on each layer. Go for jewellery made of beads and natural material like threads, turquoise etc.

      Turquoise Bracelets

      Wear long earrings with chains and elements below is an example.

      Long Tassel Chain Earrings

      Go for leather bracelets with layers.

      Leather Bracelet

      Always choose printed clothes and loose ones. Baggy and flowy clothes are a top priority. 

      Boho chic Dresses

      Don't forget to Style your Foot!

      Bohemian Footwear

      Complete your style statement with Gladiators. or you can go with a more casual look with flip flops and a beaded anklet.

      Here you go gal, your look is ready!

      Image courtesy( Pinterest,Karatcart)

      Do let us know your views on this blog!

       

      Renessaince Jewellery

      Renessaince Jewellery


      Renessaince(meaning rebirth) remained in 1400 to 1700 bc.Sounds boring Right? It was an era that changed face of the jewellery industry. Some of the Preserved pieces will show you that even today we are wearing those. But hey! Wait till you see it! Artists were funded by the royal families that resulted in making jewellery pieces of such amazing craftsmanship and uniqueness that were not seen before. I will try my best to make you visit that era with the pictures and some interesting facts.




      Did you know that the great artists of that time started their careers as goldsmiths. No doubt that we see elaborate jewellery in the arts of those time.



      New trade routes were discovered, among those was a route to India which was discovered by Vasco de gamma. i am sure everybody knows who he is. That route lead to heavy outflow of diamonds to various parts of the world. Not only diamonds, emeralds from Columbia, topaz and amazonite from Brazil, spinel, iolite, and chrysoberyl from Sri Lanka, lapis lazuli from Afghanistan, turquoise from Persia, peridot from Red Sea and what not. Imagine what not can an artist create if he has access to these kind of materials. You can see these jaw dropping creations yourself




      One of the very interesting story of that time is people used to love sea-faring adventours which triggered a fashion of jewellery with ships, mermaid and sea monsters.






      Jewellery was worn all over the body. Whichever article could be used as a an ornament was used to decorate the bodice of the Royal nobilities.


      Pendants were the main most popular piece worn. And it was loaded with precious gems. Apart from that rings were worn on all five fingers and the space under the bezel was used to store perfumed materials. So that whenever their is bad smell around you could bring your hand the near the nose and you are good to go.


      Thats all folks! See you again.