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The anklet is an important icon in India, where anklets have literally been worn for centuries. Anklets are an integral part of women’s adornment in the Indian culture. Also known as ‘payal’, they have great spiritual and social significance. Though they have also been found in other ancient cultures of Egypt and the Middle East, Indian anklets have an important emphasis — to the point where they’re being emulated all across the world!
The ultimate in accessorising, the anklet, or ankle bracelet as they are sometimes called, are very alluring.
With a certain bohemian quality about them, anklets can look both casual in a relaxed beach-party-look kind of way but shouldn’t be underestimated as they can be dressed up for a much more formal occasion with a simple, but elegant, design.
Here are some designs for you:
This light weight anklet designed in the motif of leaves, is just perfect to wear to work.
This beautiful floral silver anklet is designed around a flower motif . Made in pure 92.5 sterling silver. Wear just one to get the boho look !!!
Fully inspired by nature – Featuring a design of mango keri and flowers , this sweet piece will sweep you away !!!!
This beautiful floral silver anklet is designed around a flower motif .This sterling silver anklet demonstrates the art of simplicity. Made in pure 92.5 sterling silver. Wear just one to get the boho look !!
This lovely anklet consists of a thick silver chain with tiny flowers adorning the length of it. This is perfect to wear all day, every day! Bring out the gypsy in you !!!!!
Who would not love the Boho charm of this gorgeous anklet kada ??!!!! So gypsy and Banjara – we totally love it !!!!!
Our Paisley Kairi Anklet Payal is giving us some major old school vibes and has us uncontrollably singing along to Yeh jo tere payalon ki chan chan hai….aashikon ki dil ki ye dhadkan hai…
In Sterling Silver, this statement anklet is strung in black thread, consists of stylised “mogra” flower bud finials, and represents the mogra buds that are worn strung in close series into garlands, around wrists and ankles and worn on the hair.
There are styles to suit any occasion and every taste. Anyone who has fancied wearing an anklet but in a much more dressy, upmarket way, now can – the choice is wide and varied.