This Winter is all about handheld glamour with breath-taking bedazzled clutches gorgeous enough to remain in trend all year round. In stunning gota work, Lurex, Sequins and crystal embellishments, they make the perfect accessory to complete your evening look.
These embellished Clutches by designers Pratiti Bansal & Tanvi Guplta are simply striking and perfectly captures the brand Purple sack's glamorous aesthetics.You can hold them in your hand or use the optional chain strap for a versatile wear. From snazzy to sparkles they are sure to dazzle and impress!
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Transition beautifully from coffee to cocktails with Samiksha Mehra's new collection on Aniika. It will surely lend you that hint of sparkle and a splash of color to everything from jeans and a t-shirt to a glitzy cocktail dress.
Set in hand-crafted dyed druzy agate to stunning semiprecious stones, this collection is nothing short of royally exquisite. As semi precious stones & druzies continue to take center stage, Samiksha's newest collection is set to capture the hearts of all the druzy enthusiasts.
Taking its inspiration from some of the natural elements of earth, the eternal sun and shimmering sand, the entire collection adds a natural element to fashion, while still keeping it elegant and fresh.
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The journey continues! We at Aniika are proud to announce the launch of our apparels collection showcasing a range of exquisite Indian prints, weaves and fabrics from Indian designers straight to you. Check out these extraordinary Indian textures and designs here.
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The intricate art of Crochet dates back to the 19th century and thrives on even today. Fabulous colors, designs and techniques combine to create gorgeous pieces that range from clothing and accessories to home furnishings.
Though similar to knitting, crochet uses a crochet hook with only one live stitch, as against knitting which carries keeps an entire row of stitches active at the same time across two needles.
To begin with a slip-knot loop is placed on the hook.
Doing the Chain stitch – Move the hoop over and under the yarn, and pull the yarn through the slip knot to create the first chain stitch. Keep repeating till the required number of chain stitches is completed.
Doing the Slip stitch – Insert the hook into the second chain from the top of the hook and wrap the yarn around the hook. Pull the hook through both loops on the hook to make the slip stich. Keep repeating with the next stich of the the chain.
Doing the Double crochet – Insert the hook into the third chain stitch. Wind the yarn around the hook and pull it through the chain loop, leaving two loops on the hook. Wind the yarn around the hook again and pull it through both the loops and repeat the process.
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Colorful beads are back, Indian style! With bright colors and gorgeous stone work, these sinful beauties are out to steal a heart or few.
Perfect with anything from an evening gown to a simple black crop top, this fabulous Blue Polki Double Strand Necklace will become a regular in your evening wear ensembles.
It may be Christmas colors but this gorgeous Color Cocktail Necklace fits the bill all year round. With its colorful bead and stone work, this necklace is put you in a merry merry mood indeed.
A kaleidoscope of colors and intricate work, this Maroon & Blue Pachi Polki Necklace Set has just the right splash of color needed to welcome this Fall.
Versatile and beautifully elegant, this Sea Green Choker is adaptable to anything from a pair of jeans to a cocktail dress. Soothing and sophisticated, this gorgeous piece is a definite yes in our books.
Anytime, anywhere and any occasion, grab one of these beautiful pieces and we bet you you’ll look stunning.
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