Would you be willing to give this odd jewelry item a go?
Almost all girls love jewellery. They like to dress up and look beautiful. Most girls have collections of earrings, rings, necklaces, pendants and bracelets. However, as fashion trends in clothing, shoes and accessories change, they also change regularly in jewellery.
There have been many different and peculiar jewelry trends over the past years. One cannot simply declare that he or she has seen the most odd of them all. A Japanese company by the name of BoDivas has recently introduced a new and modern piece of jewellery, termed as ‘crotch charms’.
The new jewellery item is an intimate bling and is called Beachtails. The tag line that BoDivas is using to market the jewellery item is “sexy charms for bikini crotch” and they work exactly the same way as the name suggests.
The price range for the product is from around $19.50, which is about £15 to $22.50 (around £17.30). The piece of jewellery is basically a chain with pretty stones on each end. The item is supposed to be worn through the crotch of bikini bottoms. So, basically when you wear it, the gems will hang down on each side of your legs and will definitely add some sparkle to them.
The new trend in jewellery is certainly bizarre but the real question is, “Would you like to try it on along with your bikini on your next beach visit?”
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Apparently the Beachtails can be worn with "panties, thongs, tangas and shorts", so there's no need to limit yourself.
The chain which goes inside bikini bottoms is made of stainless steel, with the dangle section about 4cm long.
Among the designs are some which feature Swarovski crystals at the end, and they come in a range of colors like black, red and turquoise.
This isn't the only jewelry the firm offers either.
There are also nipple accessories, and something called the Ladies’ Clip. We'll leave that to your imagination, but suffice to say it's the same kind of idea as Beachtails but it goes inside. Yep, really.
Author: Hannah Ferrett
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