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A cool little blog about all things Lustre and gemstone related. 

All opinions and blog posts are by Anaita Thakkar, unless otherwise stated.

LUSTRE x MSYIN | MSYANG

LUSTRE x MSYIN | MSYANG
........The first thing I saw as I was waiting for them, was an extra extra large Uber pull up. Then emerged seemingly 4 feet of legs clad in silver slippers ( Ms. Yin); then the very sexily fierce ensemble of Ms Yang in her (RWARRRR) leopard print pants. From there on, it was fun, laughter and many outfit changes later, we were done in a snappy 2 hours........

LUSTRE x SOCIAL & STYLE

LUSTRE x SOCIAL & STYLE

When selecting jewelry, I always look for versatile pieces that I can wear with anything from jeans to a cocktail dress. I also look for unique pieces that make a statement without trying to. I usually wear one accessory such as earrings and let those be the focus of my look.

See what Kamana Bhaskaran of blog Social and Style has to say about Lustre.

NOVEMBER - CHILLY BUT SUNNY

NOVEMBER - CHILLY BUT SUNNY
Before the 20th century, all gems in the brown, orange, and yellow colour range were called topaz. Modern gemology was only recognized as a science in the 1930s. Today we know that topaz and brown quartz are actually two different gemstones. Citrine  is less likely to be confused with Topaz today, but it does happen. 

OCTOBER - TWICE AS NICE

OCTOBER - TWICE AS NICE

Through the ages referred to as, ‘The tears of Zeus”, and believed by the Bedouins to be filled with Lightning, the kaleidoscopic play of colour trapped within Opals has made them a source of fascination for centuries.

Most modern references suggest it is adapted from the Sanskrit word "Upala” which literally translates to the word “jewel”. The argument for the Sanskrit origin is strong. The term first appears in Roman references around 250 BC, at a time when the opal was valued above all other gems. The word itself has two meanings, one is related to "seeing" and forms the basis of the English words like "opaque"; the other is "other" as in "alias" and "alter". It is claimed that opalus combined these uses, meaning "to see a change in colour".

STYLE GUIDE - EMERALD GREEN

STYLE GUIDE - EMERALD GREEN
May signifies Spring, Green and Emeralds; The colour of growth, immortality, and life. It renews and restores depleted energy. Emerald green is an emotionally positive colour and is a balancer of...

LUSTRE FEATURE- LULABELLE LIFESTYLE

LUSTRE FEATURE-  LULABELLE LIFESTYLE

JUNE - YOUR BIRTHSTONES ARE...

JUNE - YOUR BIRTHSTONES ARE...
June is one of the few months, that counts 3 gemstones as its birthstone. For all your lucky ladies born in the month of June, that gives you 2 extra...

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