Every day, I find myself repeating the same routine, putting on my daily pieces of jewellery. Today, I’d like to share them with you! So, without further ado, check out my everyday jewellery routine.
A family keepsake, this necklace has a lot of sentimental value. Plus, it goes with nearly everything, and serves to balance out the rest of my jewellery, which is mostly silver! I have a Tiffany and Co. Necklace (and ring!) that I wear occasionally, but I find myself struggling to switch it up when I love my everyday pieces so much.
My grandparents got me this ring for this past Christmas, and I’ve worn it ever since.
Unfamiliar with the meaning behind this Celtic symbol?
It consists of three main portions: two hands, a heart, and a crown. According to legend, these symbolise friendship, love, and loyalty.
The way the Claddagh is worn indicates the wearer’s relationship status (you don’t even have to stalk Facebook!). Facing outward on the left hand indicates engagement, while inward indicates marriage. Outward on the right hand shows that s/he is available, and inward shows being in a relationship.
Celtic culture has always been a significant portion of my relationship with my grandparents, so their buying me this was absolutely perfect. It also happened to be right before I moved abroad, so it had even more significance.
I got this ring during my time in England, so it holds a special place in my heart. It’s handmade in Bristol!
I got mine from Martha Jackson Sterling Silver and it’s held up beautifully. I absolutely love it still and foresee doing so for ages to come.
You can find me wearing three bracelets every day: my mantra band, a bracelet of hearts, and a braided friendship bracelet.
My mom gave me the “You Got This” band after I’d had a particularly bad couple of weeks. I wear it every day and find myself looking to it for inspiration when times get tough.
The blue hearts came from one of my best friends—the group of three of us each has one in the same style, but in different colours. Whenever I miss the two of them, I look down and smile!
Last, but not least, I have a multicoloured braided bracelet. My sister gave it to me just before I went to England with an order to never take it off. Since, I haven’t!