It's a bling-bling thing

By Gan Tian (Beijing Today)
Updated: 2008-05-29 11:24

With summer approaching, city dwellers should adopt a shining, colorful and powerful look. Bling-bling is the best choice. By introducing new products to you in the past, here we find that trends have entered and affected every aspect of your life. So, don't fight the feeling, be good to yourself and enjoy who you are by bringing out the bling. Here are some examples:

Pink bling mobile phone cover

Mobile phone covers allow you to change your phone's appearance daily. This pink bling cover glimmers in the sunshine. If you are between 13 and 19, get it. Older than that? I say, no. For any passers-by, it looks more childish than bling.

Available: B2, 77 Street, Xidan, Xicheng District

Price: 70 yuan

Big brands necklace

"For the fashionist who wants to have all of his or her bases covered, this bling bling medallion from Chi Ha Paura melds together virtually every corporate logo you can think of into one gold-plated talisman that is most definitely guaranteed to bug Naomi Klein," the owner says on her Website.

Netizens have already discovered several logos: Coca Cola, Nike, Camel, Camel, Kellogg's, Diesel, Gucci, Davidoff, Leica, Nescafe, Rolex ... wow, so many big names on one piece of jewelry-this certainly epitomizes the spirit of bling-bling.


Price: unsettled

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