And I keep on going on the clichés.... This time lace tights with Zebra flat shoes and silver and turquoise rings with Hamsa pendants.
Calzedonia fantasy tights and Seaside flats. Once again I'm mixing patterns and once again I say: no rules it is now the fashion rule since we face it with just a bit of fashion sense!
Hamsa means "Fatima Hand". It's a symbol of the 5 obligations of a Muslim during life. I learn all these during my arabic studies but I must confess that although I respect the religion I use Hamsas because I think it is a beautiful piece of jewelry. I have about ten different pendants bought in travels. This two in silver were bought in my last two visits to Morocco. The ring in the righ side is mine and bought it Dominican Rebublic when I was 15. It's made of silver, turquoise and ambar stones and you have seen it here before because it is one of the few rings I use. The ones in the left side belong to my mother collection, also silver and turquoise stone and I think she bought them in Cuba.