Get Julia Roberts' look with these hippie-chic beads from Baby Ceylon, as worn by the star in her new hit film
After decades of films influencing our fashion choices (think Sex and the City, Breakfast at Tiffanys et al), Julia Roberts' latest movie is bringing hippie-chic back on our radar.
With the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Eat Pray Love, the story of a women's spiritual journey in 'discovering herself', we are excited to discover that Baby Ceylon are exclusively stocking the exact Mala beads worn by the star herself.
Baby Ceylon founders Richelle Rich and Carol McKeown first introduced the beads to their London Boutiques, in Crouch End and Portobello, having discovered them through their yoga studies and travels through India and Bali.
The traditional ancient Hindu prayer beads are made up of 108 individual beads. The number 108 is symbolic as it has all sorts of hidden three's - a lucky number for some - and represents the 3 countries she visits.
The beads are made from Sandalwood, rose quartz and glass crystal and are priced £30.
Visit babyceylon.com now and mix fashion and film for a shopping treat.
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