On Mother’s Day, most people are dressed up in a sea shell, or an ornate necklace, in an effort to make the occasion special.
But for some, that may not be possible.
According to the mother of a seven-year-old boy, his mother didn’t want to wear the sea glass on Mother’s day.
“She had a big block of coral that was lying in front of her,” the mother said.
“I think she wanted to go for a walk, but she didn’t know what to wear.
She chose to wear a necklace and a sea-shell.
We are proud of her for doing it, and for what she has achieved. “
We are very happy with the way it came out.
She also loves to show her family around the house and she gets so excited when she sees them in her dress.””
My daughter loves it and she is really proud of it.
She also loves to show her family around the house and she gets so excited when she sees them in her dress.”
In India, people wear sea glass as part of their holiday dress, and the necklace itself is not mandatory for women.
“The only requirement is that the necklace be long enough for the child to wear it,” the Mother’s Health Network (MHN) said in a statement.
“However, if it is too long, you can buy a shorter necklace, which is more comfortable.”
A large number of sea-glass necklaces are available online.
For example, the MHN sells the Sea-Glass Necklace Necklace for a price of Rs 2,499.
The necklace can be worn as a gift, and can also be bought in a range of styles.
A sea glass necklace with a pear shaped pearlset, which can be bought at a small shop for around Rs 1,500.
A shorter necklace with pear shaped pearl beads, which costs Rs 3,000.