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Jewellery is an investment – and it’s not just about the price tag. Jewellery has a deep emotional impact on women, regardless of how they wear it. It can help them to feel more empowered in their personal life or professional career, or it can make them feel less confident and vulnerable. In this article we are exploring how jewellery impacts women emotionally personally and professionally from a variety of perspectives including that of a woman who sells jewellery for a living as well as one who wears it every day.

 

In this article, we’ll explore how jewellery impacts women emotionally personally and professionally from a variety of perspectives including that of a woman who sells jewellery for a living as well as one who wears it every day. We will examine the role that wearing jewellery can play in feeling confident or vulnerable, empowered or less so when you are interacting with others at work or out on the town.

 

We will examine the role that wearing jewellery can play in feeling confident or vulnerable, empowered or less so when you are interacting with others at work or out on the town. This article is written by Stephanie Curtis- an accomplished journalist with articles published in Glamour Magazine, The New York Times T Style and more; Karen von Hahn – founder of KVH Design Studio where she designs collections for international brands like Tory Burch and Nordstroms; Kate Sommerville – professional etiquette expert teaching classes through her company Mannersmith Etiquette Consulting.

 

Does jewellery impact you in some way? If so we’d love to hear from you.

 

Jewellery is a powerful and personal form of expression. It can be worn to feel confident, vulnerable or empowered in various situations, but less so when you are interacting with others at work or out on the town. This article will examine the role that wearing jewellery plays between feeling confident vs. less so when we are interacting with others at work or out on the town as it relates to feelings of empowerment about yourself and your environment both personally and professionally. We’ll also explore how jewellery impacts women emotionally through numerous perspectives – from an accomplished journalist who has written for Glamour Magazine, The New York Times T Style section among other publications; Karen von Hahn- founder KVH Design Studio where she designs collections for international brands.

 

 

The Emotional Impact of Jewellery on Women: How to wear jewellery and still feel empowered.

 

How Jewellery Impacts Women Emotionally Personally and Professionally

Women have a long history of wearing jewellery, as far back as 3500BC with the Egyptian Priestess Hathor who wore an elaborate headdress including cowrie shells that symbolized fertility in ancient Egypt (Hathor). Jewellery is traditionally worn by women in order to portray their emotions or denote them standing out from others which can be seen through many different perspectives- for instance, it’s often said if you want people to notice you then dress differently than everyone else.

 

Why women today buy jewellery for themselves:

Women today buy jewellery for themselves because it reflects their personality, which is an important part of who they are. Jewellery signifies all the things you want to be- from strong and powerful to delicate and feminine. Women wear jewellery as a way of saying I’m real, this is me.

 

The Emotional Impact of Jewellery on Women: How to wear jewellery and still feel empowered?

Gaining self confidence through wearing your emotions in some form or another can have a huge impact on how we view ourselves (Kotler). It’s not difficult to see that women often turn towards fashion when seeking out something new in order so find more meaning in their lives (Hathor), but what about those items less.