Costume Jewellery With Mega Sex Appeal!
Anklets first appeared around the ankles of Sumerian women in Mesopotamia over 4000 years ago. Since then, they have been used to attract suitors, demonstrate wealth and to express marital status. By far the richest history of anklets belongs to India, where they still remain part of the customary ceremonial wedding garments and signal marital status.. Anklets appeared in the UK in the 1950s and the trend went ballistic in the 1960s as the hippie generation adopted anklets made of silver, multi-coloured beads, flowers, stars, peace signs - and whatever. Today, anklets are a normal part of any fashionable woman's costume jewellery collection and particularly in Summer, will be worn on a daily basis alongside toe rings, to add major sex appeal to sun-kissed legs. In this section you'll discover a diverse range of costume jewellery anklets in everything from 925 Sterling Silver and Freshwater Pearls, to dazzling diamante - including the Rhinestone Stretch anklet, which many like to stack.