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Rakshabandhan: The Ultimate jewelry

Gifting Guide for Sisters
Rakhi Gifts can be a gigantic responsibility and unfortunately, gifting doesn’t come with a guidebook. In the era of technology, where gadgets like mobile phones, tablets, phone accessories, etc add worth in our existence of gifting, they still cannot strive with jewelry for its room. So, this Rakshabandhan, reveal your love-hate bond with these stunning jewelry pieces from House OF MBJ that are timeless and compliments your sister’s vivacious persona:

If your sister is unconventional and likes to experiment then Diamond earrings with some impeccable craftsmanship and vivid metals will look good on her. Girls today are opting for accessory so special, that it exudes celebration and grandeur. So, indulge in these incandescent earrings for the bond you share with your sister and we are sure that she will love it.
For all the style-forward sisters who love keeping up with the trend, Chandbalis are an incredible Rakhi gifting option. Chandbalis have come back from the vintage jewelry and have become the novel found love of millennials. This Chandbali is an idyllic vision of panache that can be paired with traditional as well as western ensembles.

If your sister adores the classics and swears by them, then Classic vintage style bracelets are the go-to Rakhi gift for her. The bracelet embodies the old world regalia and takes on a modern form adorned by girls on special occasions.
She’s unpretentious and elegant. You have rarely seen her wearing statement jewelry pieces. A fine-looking pendant or even an elegant diamond-studded ring would make a splendid Rakhi gift for such a graceful sister.

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