#ShineGuide :: SWAROVSKI ::
My sister Naina & I recently did a shoot with Swarovski where they wanted to capture our personal street-styles as bloggers and how we would incorporate Swarovski products into our outfits. Its was a super-fun half a day shoot at Khan Market, not easy because it was hot as hell outside, but we made the best of it!
Here are shots of me courtesy Santu Misra. I’m wearing their ‘Tangara’ Necklace and “Lake of Shimmer’ Watch.
And here are some behind the scene shots from the day that Naina & I managed to click.
A closer look at the ‘Tangara’ Necklace
Naina trying some store lighting to work
Everyone checking out and clicking the ‘Shiela Ring’ because THATS how much we liked it! A separate post will be dedicated to this beauty.
A Swarovski Arm Party
Santu trying to make me pose better
All the behind-the-scenes pics were taken with the cellphone so please excuse their quality. There will be another post with nicer photographs of some of the Swarovski products. These are to give you a feel of what our shoot-day looked like. Hope you liked it!
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Finally, a time for me to use the phrase – “Who would’ve thunk??” I never really thought Swarovski would have anything short of delicate, demure and anniversary (perhaps) – appropriate jewellery (I’m not really a diamonds girl, and my knowledge of Swarovski and such subjects could be put to test), but yes, their collections since the whole Kingdom of Jewels thing has really got my jewellery antenna up! I love the pieces you’re sporting here, especially the colourful necklace and yup, yup, the Sheila ring. I’ll look forward to that post when you write it! 🙂
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