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Traditional African Jewelry That You Can Slay At Your Themed Bridal Shower

May 03, 2018
Traditional African Jewelry That You Can Slay At Your Themed Bridal Shower

African jewelry symbolizes several elements like status, power, money, or even superiority and prestige, but you don’t have to worry about all that, because you can wear exquisite, vibrant pieces on a themed bridal shower! The colorful beads, gems, shells and carved stones make up fine necklaces, earrings and bracelets, so you have a lot of variety to choose from and get that African grove in you to come out.

Beads in Africa have their own importance in different tribes. They are considered a symbol of status in Yoruba tribe, while in east and south Africa, anyone can wear them of their own choice. African jewelry usually is chunky and bold and uses gemstones, glass stones and different metals incorporated together. With immense creativity and a variety of designs, you have a lot to choose from. Let’s go through some African jewelry pieces that you can adorn on a bridal shower:

Maasai Beaded Necklace

Coral and Gold Statement Necklace

African Krobo Bead Necklace

Gold Dipped Fulani earrings

Ndebele Beaded Double Chunky Necklace and Earring

African Kente Print Hoop Statement Earrings

African Ankara Earrings

African Bangles

Wooden Beaded Bracelet

Beaded Necklace and Bracelet

The colours, designs and vibrancy that African jewelry has is enough to attract any girl into buying whatever piece she sets eyes on. These jewelry pieces are perfect for making a statement and what a sight it will be with everyone wearing a variety of colours! Get yours now!

Traditional African Jewelry That You Can Slay At Your Themed Bridal Shower
Traditional African Jewelry That You Can Slay At Your Themed Bridal Shower
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The colorful beads, gems, shells and carved stones make up fine necklaces, earrings and bracelets, so you have a lot of variety to choose from and get that African grove in you to come out.
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