Fashion is a form of communication. How we dress is a narrative, how we look is a story we’re telling the world. It can be hard to feel confident if you don’t know what message you’re sending to the rest of the world. The style of your jewelry can say a lot about your background, about your tastes and about how you see yourself. A person who knows what story they’re telling is going to be more confident and assured than someone who doesn’t know what they’re communicating.
Jewelry pieces make for great conversation starters. Who gave it to you, where it came from, the meaning behind it, the origins of the stones, the style of setting: Each piece is a veritable fountain of anecdotes and information, a mystery waiting to be revealed. This can come in handy in social situations if you need something to stimulate some small talk or steer the conversation in a different direction. And it usually does: People love to ask questions about jewelry! A great confidence booster is having the knowledge that you’ll always have something interesting to talk about in any social situation.
Many women today buy jewelry for themselves, because it’s very rewarding in an “intrinsic” kind of way, and brings in a certain energy or emotion. The type of women who buy jewelry for themselves are usually those who have business confidence, financial independence and self-esteem. They want to make a personal, professional and even a sentimental statement. Jewelry reflects who a woman is and how she is able to achieve her goals in her life, love and career.