When we are thinking of decking up ourselves, we always talk about statement earrings or an encrusted necklace, but seldom does it happen that our focus is on anklets! That accessory, which just by a swish of chain and some trinkets gives a whole lot of personality to your look, is often ignored! Why you ask? Well, because we see it as a meagre accessory and not a game-changing statement. But, this time around we thought of experimenting and giving anklets a whole new meaning!
So here’s our take on charm anklets that we have segregated for every personality.
If you are someone who loves the elite life and always shuffles in between parties or high-teas at extravagant destinations; this sparkling assortment of an Eiffel tower, dual star and a stiletto is for you. Pair it with your heels and set the dance floor on fire.
For whom life is all about fine wine and good food our selection of charms is a champagne glass, a generous portion of pizza and a zesty slice of melon. Your easy-breezy yet classy vibe matches this charm anklet perfectly.
The Animal Lover
If you visit animal shelters and are always professing their rights, this cutesy anklet with our elephant, turtle and paw print charms is ideal for you.
P.S.- They match your sneakers flawlessly!
And now, these hand-picked om, yoga asana and buddha charms are perfect for those who have found their inner sync and are working towards aligning their chakras continually. Wear this anklet with sandals and dhoti pants to embrace the hippie life.
If you’ve not yet found your ideal charm anklet, choose from a range of charms and create your own at Pipa • Bella
When the week is about to end and the motivation to work seems to dwindle, we at PB decide to party. And by party, we mean go out and binge on food 😀 While at that, we also flaunt our favouritest baubles and click some fun pictures for you to get a sneak-peak of them.
Our Bracelet Set matched our Junior Brand Manager’s striped ootd perfectly. It added the right amount of shine and class while Jamila sipped on her Lemon Soda happily.
Our Graphic Designer, Komal opted for Minimal Earrings! With a sleek look and symmetrical design, these earrings are crazy versatile and will hog on to the limelight with their simplicity.
Add a pop of colour with our Beaded Necklace and match it to your pizza topping just like our Content Writer, Prerna did.
Our Brand Manager, Ashna thinks of white wine and a Stone Ring as besties and so do we! Add the timeless watch routine to that and there, you have a Insta-perfect picture.
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An annual trip with her husband and in-laws landed our CEO, Shuchi in Dubrovnik and other parts of Croatia. It isn’t happenstance that she is a huge fan of Game of Thrones and these are the exact places where a good portion of the series was shot. She convinced them to visit Eastern Europe (particularly the Balkan region) to experience an absolutely gorgeous Fall weather with lesser crowds and fewer waiting lines because they’d have no “ygrittes” going to Croatia (This one’s only for the GoT lovers, everyone else can roll their eyes) :).
What to look out for?
Plitvice Lakes are one of the most spectacular sights – pristine blue waters and gushing waterfalls make for picture-perfect scenery. Dubrovnik is an all-time favorite. Being a walled city, and still having about 2000 inhabitants living in the inner city, old Dubrovnik town has a charm that can put you back about 800 years in time. That, combined with modern bars, and live music emerging from small alleyways, made for a perfect combination of old and new. You will burn a good number of calories climbing stairs and the outer walled forts. Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia which are Slavic souvenirs were all once part of the great Yugoslavia, and remnants of soviet culture can still be seen in older parts of the town.
Where to stay?
In most places you can Airbnb your way through, which is perfect if you are travelling with friends/ family. Airbnb offers nice apartments with space so you can totally chill. Rixos Hotel in Dubrovnik is a fantabulous place to stay too.
Where to shop?
Ljubljana in Slovenia is a charming old city full of artists, museums and galleries. There is a nice string of shops on Mestni trg 6, Čopova Street and the Old town.
Where to eat?
Nautika in Dubrovnik is as close to a Michelin star restaurant that you can get. Insanely good food, even for vegetarians! Pizza in Ljubljana is really good and so are the falafels and bureks. Vigo Ice cream in the heart of Ljubliana is also uh-mazing!