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Stylishly Spiritual Jewelry: Faith or Enduring Fad?

Posted by Hafsa | Thursday October 14, 20102 comments
Faith-themed jewelry is nothing new, but pre-Like A Virgin, it was largely limited to those who found meaning in the symbols. Lately we're seeing a resurgence of the trend: whether it's divine designs for the devout or pretty pieces for the fashionable, are religious accessories a serious contender for your style statement?
  Long beaded rosaries on Vanessa Hudgens, Nicole Richie, Pauly D...
... and Kabbalah bracelets on Zac Efron, Lauren Conrad, Nicole Richie

Many of these red cord bracelets are adorned with Hamsa hand charms.  It is believed to bring the wearer luck, happiness and protection, and has its origins in ancient Judaism and Islam.

These delicate pieces recently caught our eye:
Rosary Cross Lariat Necklace (US$110), GoJane Beaded Rosary (US$9.10), Black Peace Party Jewish Rosary (US$15)
Eves Addiction Hamsa Bracelet (US$30), Vanessa Kandiyoti 18k White Gold Hamsa Bracelet (US$2250), One of a Kind Red Hamsa String Bracelet (US$60)

Step things up a notch with these statement pieces:
(Clockwise from top left) Forever 21 Cross Ring (US$6.80), Max&Chloe Ruby Lotus Om Ganesha Tripple Necklace (US$88), River Island Gold Tone Spike and Cross Necklace (US$24), Tibetan Om Bracelet (US$13.50), Emitations Lucky Buddha Gold Plated Necklace (US$99)

Do you wear spiritual-themed jewelry?
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on October 14, 2010  Ali de Bold  STAFF said:

I have a small swarovski cross that I really love. I don't wear it for fashion reasons, it's more of a reminder to me what is important. I know a lot of people who wear it strictly as a fashion statement and I'm still not sure what I think about that.

on October 14, 2010  AnnaV  1,018 said:

I'm not spiritual so I wouldn't wear any spiritual jewelery. But I do think a lot of people just wear it for fashion. It's kind of frustrating to see people that have no interest in certain religions wearing it just because they think it looks "cool".

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