Rivaah Bride


Tanishq is a name synonymous with weddings in India and it comes as no surprise that they have made this tradition more prominent by launching the new Rivaah bridal jewellery collection. The pieces from this new collection bears a distinct likeability, the moment you lay eyes on one piece, you will be compelled by it’s beauty to try it on. This happened with me over and over again and I ended up trying several pieces at the store. It was truly a difficult job to select few to shoot because every single piece is unique and most of all┬áspot on in-sync with the latest wedding trends. The choker styles are very much in trend along with the pendant style jewellery, a couple of which I am wearing in the pictures below.

Ranging from delicate to ornate pieces, there’s something for every bride! The chokers, the heavy necklaces with pendants, long layered necklaces and temple jewellery resonated the most with my personal style choices. With the liberty to layer, there’s a lot many ways these can be worn to look different and unique every time. For a bridal trousseau, few choices of ornate pieces along with long layered pieces would be more than enough for every single occasion during the wedding and even the post wedding family dinner situations.

The collection caters to all the beautiful brides of India from all the communities. Be it a Gujrati vadhu, a Bengali Bodhu, a Rajasthani Banni, a Bihari Dulhan, or a Sikh or Punjabi Lari, they will all find their wedding fineries in the Rivaah Bridal Collection.

The store I visited was located in South Extension and spread over four floors with every floor displaying a vast collection that will leave you gasping for air in excitement! Even with my wedding not happening in the foreseeable future, I am planning to pick few styles just because they will add the perfect amount of ethnic glamour to any western, indian or even indo-western looks! Which one is your favorite?



Photography c/o: Rahul Shriwastava

Outfit c/o: Aditi Somani



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