This is a great gift! These are a delicious chocolate made in Hawaii. The Mauna Loa Mountains are mac-nuts covered in delicious smooth chocolate. A personal favorite of ours. Being from Hawaii, shipping can cost a bit, but the low cost of the chocolates means you can get some premium chocolates for a reasonable price. It’s worth it! They are great chocolates. It’s a great valentines day gift if your valentine loves Hawaii!
Sterling silver Hawaiian Style Hang Ten Hawaiian Toe Ring. This toe ring is adjustable as it is open on one end. Makes a wonderful gift for the surfer chic. This is a solid sterling silver toe ring. The hang ten feet are about 1/4 inch each. This toe ring is usually worn on the second or third toe. Can guys wear this toe ring? Yes! This toe ring is also suitable for men.
Sterling silver with 14k gold finish Hawaiian plumeria flower with a CZ stone in the center of the flower with cut out Hawaiian scroll design on the sides of the toe ring – flower width 3/16″ The plumeria has a brushed look with a shimmer to it, the CZ is set into the center securely, the edges of the petals are outlined in shiny 14k gold, the band is a nice balance of silver and gold scroll leaves and the metal is solid. Make sure you have a fabulous pedicure to showcase this Hawaiian toe ring!
Hawaiian Toe Ring
Sterling Silver with 14k Gold finish CZ stone centered in a Plumeria flower
A toe ring can be for anyone and looks great on everyone. Personally think they should only be worn on women(personal taste!), but some guys may disagree with me. Guys can wear toe rings, I’ve had guys before who have told me that they had been given a toe ring as a gift and weren’t sure if they should wear it or not. For most people they are for fashion and to make yourself look nicer, toe rings work great with open topped shoes, flip flops or sandals. You will find them popular at beaches, Hawaiian toe rings are also popular. In other places around the world they can mean different things. Some people wear toe rings for religious reasons. In India many people wear them because they are Hindu, and their religion calls for them to wear it. In India the toe ring is called a bichiya. They are only worn on women and are much more than a ring. They can have a ankle bracelet which wraps around the ankle and has more jewelry that rests on your foot. Toe rings can get very expensive, especially if you are interest in the Hindu bichiya which can wrap around your ankle. In the U.S. toe rings actually became famous because of the bichiya. In 1973 Marjorie Borell brought back the idea from India and created a store in New York which sold many expensive toe rings. Since then they have been gaining popularity in the U.S.
How to wear toe rings to call attention to your toes.
If you have beautiful piggies, slathered in lotions and lavished in a luscious fresh pedicure, what better way is there to point them out with a sparkling gold or silver toe ring? Going barefoot automatically calls attention to your feet, a bright pedicure in some exotic color like fuchia or Very Berry brings the eye to your toes, but the final addition of a toe ring keeps the eye entranced. As you step along the sidewalk or traipse down a sandy beach, all attention will be on the sparkle and shine encircling your toe. A toe ring in not an accessory for the faint-of-foot. If your toes are curled, or gnarled, or wrinkled, or–goodness–hairy, choose some other adornment, possibly brightly colored rainbow-striped socks. But if you have the toes for it, then go for it. Encircle your toe in a band of precious metal, silver, gold, pewter, copper, or a swirling mixture of more than one of these. Toe rings usually adorn the second toe, as this is the digit that is usually the longest, most elegant, and therefor most worthy of the attention. If you are a fan of symmetry, sling a ring on both of your second toes. And if you really want to go the distance, attach a chain from each toe ring to your ankle bracelets. The jingle when you walk will ensure that everyone near you will be not only visual, but auditory, slaves to the enchantments of your toes.