Fashion blogger Aanam Chashmawala’s journey from daughter to bride

During a wedding, every day brings its own share of surprises but Mumbai based fashion blogger Aanam got the biggest one from her mother. “Maa presented me with a piece of jewellery from the Platinum Evara collection. We both knew that this was the piece that I would hold on to forever because it stood for maa’s love for me.” says Aanam, who tied the knot earlier this year.

Aanam instantly took to the minimal design and elegant aesthetic of the je2wellery and felt that it closely matched her personality. She’d always wanted something unconventional for her trousseau and her mother had completely understood that. Keeping this in mind, Aanam’s mother chose Platinum Evara pieces as it broke the monotony of the typical Indian wedding jewellery and gave Aanam everything she was looking for. “The versatility was also a big plus since I could wear it with any outfit, for any occasion and still keep my mom’s emotions close,” she says.3


Take a look at how Platinum Evara became an essential part of Aanam’s journey as she took her first steps from daughter to bride here.

Also read:Our bride is blessed with a symbol of love that can be felt even miles away

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