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This Fierce Female Client Type Wants Jewelry As Powerful As She Is

Jewelry with meaning resonates particularly strongly with her.

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This Fierce Female Client Type Wants Jewelry As Powerful As She Is

WITH 2018 BEING NAMED “Year of the Woman” and 2019 headed on a similar path, empowering jewelry has remained a strong trend. The Fierce Femme puts her jewelry on like armor every morning, and each piece makes her feel strong and protected. She is drawn to statement pieces that hold deeper meanings, pieces that she can connect with and pair with her daily wardrobe.

1. Lindley Gray

There is something powerful about a pinky ring: it’s a small piece of jewelry that makes a big statement. This signet ring includes a black spinel, which is said to repel negative energy. When worn with the point of the triangle facing down, it symbolizes feminine energy.

$1,800

Foundation signet ring in 18K yellow gold featuring custom cut black spinel trillion.

lindleygray.com

2. Linda Hoj

This sword necklace was inspired by the designer’s daughter and signifies power, strength, protection and action. The Fierce Femme is drawn to this meaningful story; she knows that this piece will be a daily reminder that anything is possible.

$1,320

Dark Sister necklace in blackened sterling silver and 22K yellow gold with rubies.

lindahoj.com

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3. Imperfect Grace

Bold, gold hoop earrings are in, thanks to congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. They are an empowering yet classic addition to any outfit, including a power suit.

$1,380

14K yellow gold textured hoop earrings.

imperfectgrace.co

4. Cleopatra’s Bling

Our Fierce Femme loves a special talisman, and this ring fits the bill. It features the fearsome face of the Gorgoneion, which has been used as a protective symbol for centuries. It was worn as a protective amulet by the goddess Athena to ward off evil.

$992

Gorgoneion ring in 18K yellow gold with pink sapphires.

cleopatrasbling.com

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