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TAKE A BOW Colourful accoutrements adorned the girls' heads
On the first day, the idols are adorned with Vajrakavacham (armours studded with diamond), while on the third day, idols are embellished with Svarna kavacham (armours studded with gold).
This handout picture taken on June 25, 2018 and released by West Japan Railway on June 26, 2018 shows a Shinkansen train adorned with special livery bearing popular character Hello Kitty, at the Hakata car maintenance center in Fukuoka prefecture.
The interior of a Shinkansen train adorned with images of popular character Hello Kitty in Japan.
A design by Zuhair Murad also made an appearance, with a radiant Gina Rodriguez donning a blush pink dress adorned with silver details, its deep neckline dropping to a voluminous, ethereal skirt.
The flagship Oxford Street windows show a range of scenes ranging including a London market complete with 5,000 hand-painted Brussels sprouts, commuters on gold bikes adorned with Christmas wreaths and a giant inflatable red-breasted robin.
The other side of this 18kt gold and sterling silver pendant is adorned with diamonds and pearls inscribed with a hidden love message from an iconic Umm Kulthum song.
Vehicles can be individually adorned with weather-resistant livery media gallery.open.slideshow
Then this is surely the bag for you, PS12.99, New Look 5 light up This scented ocean gel candle from The National Trust is adorned with teeny tiny shells and smells divine, PS10, shop.national trust.org.uk/ 6 what a dish Bring a seaside touch to your bathroom with a shell-shaped soap holder, PS4, Matalan 7 shore thing Treat your inner mermaid to this shell necklace, PS14.99, H&M 8 tassel do nicely And if you are not a necklace girl, then how about these cute earrings?
Gates leading to the house were adorned with floral wreaths, however, the wedding party arrived by boat.
For your tree there's a raft of choice from delicate glass baubles adorned with gems, to traditional Santas and pine cones sprinkled with glitter or 'snow' to sprigs of holly, along with hand-made decorations.