How Jewelry Can Empower A Woman•
Posted on February 19 2019
If you look anywhere in the world, women are always wearing a variety of jewelry. From earrings, bracelets, to endless layers of necklaces, jewelry is what I like to call the cherry on top of any outfit. However, jewelry is so much more than just a gorgeous accessory for a night out with friends. In fact, jewelry can serve as an empowering tool for women.
Today, strong and courageous women from all walks of life are making decisions about how to put themselves out there and have a voice from a personal and business standpoint. What may seem like a simple accessory is actually a celebration of who they are and their importance. Jewelry has the ability to highlight women’s personality and embrace their amazing qualities. It’s a form of self-expression and beauty. Whether it is a delicate chain like our White Enamel Pendant Set Necklace or a statement piece like our "World Around Us" Multi Charm Lapis and Turquoise Travel Necklace, what we choose to wear reflects who we are and sends a message to those around us.
Believe it or not, the jewelry we wear has a special way of changing how we feel about ourselves. Whether it’s bold rings on our fingers or colorful bracelets decorating our wrists, jewelry can make people feel a certain way with its special meanings. Our Sterling Silver and Antique Bronze Butterfly Goddess with Turquoise and Black Onyx, for example, contains the stone of protection which is the perfect piece for someone in need of strength to keep negativity at bay. Other jewelry, like our Pool Party Cocktail Umbrella Multi Charm Adjustable Toggle Bracelet, is a flashy accessory that can be a simple reminder to never take life too seriously, and to sit back, grab a drink and work on that sun-kissed glow!
Many of my pieces from Ritzy Couture express true testimony to one’s individuality without having to say a single word. After all, there’s a reason why we call it a “conversation piece”.
So, what does your jewelry say about you?
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