Lulusbling Boutique Opens in Marlton
Jan 30, 2014 10:26PM
The unique retail boutique Lulusbling recently opened in the Marlton Crossing Shopping Center. The shop offers jewelry, accessories and artifacts from around the world. Owner Rakhi Bhandari says: “Everything in the store is handpicked by me. I don’t buy wholesale and stay away from mass produced replicas.”
The jewelry collection ranges from Tibetan turquoise and coral to naturally dyed tribal ceremonial beads, vintage silver from Jaipur to Moroccan Berber necklaces. “I don’t look for perfection when I’m buying,” explains Bhandari, adding that the beauty, raw artistry and imperfection makes each piece exclusive, irreplaceable and precious.
The collection of home goods is equally varied, comprising tribal woven blankets, antique patchwork throws, brocade pillows, carved boxes, colorful puppets and exotic embroidered bags and scarves. A collection of block-printed, 100 percent cotton quilts will be sale priced in February, just in time for spring weather.
The store also carries merchandise for yoga enthusiasts: singing bowls, malas, leather-bound journals, yoga books, bags, prayer wheels, thangkas (painted silk scrolls), incense, tingshas (hand bells), bronze deities and artwork that will bring serenity to a yoga or meditation room.
Location: 101 Rte. 73, Ste. 107. For more information, call 856-983-1277 or visit Lulusbling.com.