Summer is here and it's time to let the legs out! The fun sunny season brings skirts, shorts, sandals, bathing suits, and a whole new opportunity to sport your style. After you treat your feet to a pedi and a polish, why not top it off with some new ankle bling?
Anklets have a long and interesting history going back centuries to Pre-Dynastic Egypt, and though historically worn as a symbol to represent marital status, this adornment has evolved into simply a fun fashion accessory in most parts of the world today.
Your big day is coming! You have everything in place and every detail thought through. Venue, check. Officiate, check. Invitations, check. Gorgeous dress, check check! It may sneak up on you, but have you thought of the "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, a silver sixpence in her shoe" tradition?
Where did this tradition come from? It dates back to Queen Victoria in Great Britain around 1840. Each part of the saying is a reference to some part of family, future, and fortune. You can go to our website for a detailed description of each part.
You spent all that time -- and money -- on picking out some terrific shoes. Wearing them makes you feel stylish and sexy. So how about adding to the glamor with a beaded anklet?
From earliest times, beaded anklets drew attention to a woman's ankles, adding some sparkle and shine.