Habba Alert: The Chiff (Bracelet Ring)

http://acorncentre.co.uk/events/table-top-games-club/ By | March 8, 2011


I don’t know how long have people been wearing this in Kuwait but i’ve been noticing more and more girls wearing the Bracelet Ring Combo wherever i go!

I remember when we were kids this bracelet ring combo, called Chiff in Kuwaiti back then, was very popular and young girls wore it proudly especially during Eid day… of course it was golden and heavily decorated Indian style… but then people stopped wearing it especially from the mid 90’s onwards.

And now it’s back… of course it’s heavily decorated and all 0f that… at first i didn’t like it for the ones i saw girls wearing were very heavy, too embellished, and looked itchy! Then i found the picture above and thought it doesn’t look bad!

Would you wear this Chiff now? I would wear it if and only if it was as simple as the one above. Maybe b3d i am not sure.

12 Responses to “Habba Alert: The Chiff (Bracelet Ring)”

  1. Mariam says:

    hathy hba ydeda ma mrt 3ly 😀

  2. eshda3wa says:

    yes i never stopped wearing my chiff.
    then again i always wear my grandmas jewelry.
    im into old stuff

    • danderma says:

      Eshda3wa: You know as much as i love old stuff… i hate the old gold Jewelery
      I can’t stand it’s gold colour either!

      Sloo7 o tlool o 7yool o chiff o mgamah el lulu… kilhom i wouldn’t wear them again ever!

  3. Om Lujain says:

    I would wear a simple one like that now… its kinda cute… I still have my baby one.. lol… very gold, and heavily embellished… with my name written on it.. lol

    • danderma says:

      Om Lujain: loool it’s back in fashion now you can adjust it to fit you 😀

  4. Moody Pants says:

    I think i like it!

    • danderma says:

      Moody Pants: I would wear it only if it was simple… non of the heavily embellished stuff

  5. Tahani says:

    you can make one yourself with old chains you dont use. ive made one, i like mine better than any ive seen

    • danderma says:

      Tahani: now that’s a good idea… but how do you make them stick to each other?

  6. tahani says:

    well i use the pliers i think there called, because each part of the chain is a bit open, so i open it wider and attach it to another chain :)