Modern life’s rapid pace has brought about fast food, fast-track service, many other “fast” things, and fast fashion among them. Today, the so-called costume jewelry, a.k.a fashion jewelry, is an essential feature of a woman’s wardrobe and helps stay in step with the rapidly changing tastes and look one’s best. Among other things, it is part of the fast-fashion landscape, too.
The humans’ need for self-adornment has deep—pre-historic—roots going as far back as the Stone Edge. Those Flintstones were serious about jewelry, too: even Barney had to buy an engagement ring from Buddy-Buddy jewelers. He had no choice, though, since jewelers were few and far between in those ancient times. Nowadays, there is a myriad of suppliers offering a staggering variety of adornments in all price ranges. Fashion jewelry, however, is where the desire to look one’s best meets the affordable means to implement it.
Ciro Jewelry, founded in