Why We Wear Jewelry

We wear jewelry for a variety of reasons. Whether you wear one ring, or a ring on each finger, there is an endless opportunity for expression in jewelry. Stay true to yourself and to your individuality. Wear pieces that make you feel proud, happy, and inspired.

Expression.

How do you choose to express yourself? Wearing jewelry is one of the simplest ways to show the world who you are, without giving away all of your secrets. Supply just the right amount of intrigue, initiating meaningful conversation that can last the night, or opening new opportunities.

Don’t be afraid of vibrant, loud pieces. If you are in the mood to go bold, do it. Express your feelings and mood through different gemstones, styles, and anything that you genuinely connect with. Wear what you love by expressing your values in your pieces. From religious symbols to pet name jewelry, show the world what holds value to you. Be confident.

Tradition.

Whether it’s been passed down for generations, or brand new out of the box, the value in its memories will go further than any dollar amount. Tradition celebrates and honors those who may not still be physically present with us, and sacred jewelry pieces can help. Some swear that they are still connected with long gone family members whenever they wear these priceless pieces. Family pendants, championship rings, lucky anklets, whatever the tradition may be – keep it going.

Self-Love.

We are all about self-love, and self-appreciation. Don’t wait for someone to buy you those sparkly earrings, spoil yourself (responsibly). Get what you really want. It is well worth it to get the exact necklace, bracelet, or charm you want. Imagine wearing your new necklace to work–the feeling and the excitement. You earned it from all the hard work you do on an everyday basis.

Recognition.

Wear what matters. You know that friend that just started their new jewelry business? Be first in line to support them. This could mean making a purchase,  or modeling and sharing their products to your social media networks. Knowing the designer personally will make your jewelry feel special and be something to be proud of. It is all for a good cause.

Want to know another good cause? Consider businesses that give back to charities and communities. Buying a stunning bracelet that donates a portion of the proceeds to a local charity sounds like a win-win, in our book.

Commitment.

From marriage to a simple motivational quote bracelet, stay focused and committed. Jewelry can be a daily reminder to be grateful for what you have, and not what you don’t. A single piece of meaningful jewelry is strong enough to be a visual empowerment for anyone.

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