tAnirika


tAnirika

One of the perks of being a South Asian bride is that you get dressed in jewels literally from head to toe — from hair pieces to anklets. Just as a South Asian bridal trousseau is meant to accentuate a …

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tAnirika: Head Pieces

One of the best parts of being an Indian bride is the attention to detail given to jewelry — be it real gold or real flowers — every part from your neck to ears to ankles to hips to arms …

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Nazia Alam in tAnirika

Although the occasions for wearing tAnirika jewels vary for each bride, the reason does not. tAnirika’s handcrafted bespoke floral jewelry is for those who want something (literally and figuratively) fresh to symbolize their new beginnings. For her Mehndi at the West …

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Afzaa in tAnirika – Floral Jewelry

While the tradition of a gajra — a flower garland typically made of  jasmines, crossandras, and barlerias worn in hair — has been existence for centuries, the practice of wearing flowers as jewelry was popularized in more recent times. I suppose it …

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