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Why does jewelry empower women?

Why does jewelry empower women?

For decades we as women have been judged, criticized, and mocked when it comes to clothing. The media bombarding us with broadcasts of unrealistic body goals, companies unwilling to compromise to the various types, and more often than not young girls growing up not fully content with their own God-given bodies. These young girls then become grown women who scorn themselves for the better halves of their life’s. Even more dissatisfying is these women are never able to show their own future children how to embrace all that is them. As a heavier set female, I myself have always felt out of place when shopping for clothes. Alternatively, I have found great solace within jewelry of all kinds, specifically earrings. These stunning stones and pendants represent many deeper meanings. Jewelry in itself is a prospect for pleasing aesthetics, and in doing so calls the need for a spotlight no matter who wears it. Nevertheless, as women, in particular, it takes a stand for Individuality. Whether you enjoy an elegant look, bohemian, asymmetrical or simply versatility.  Jewelry has the ability to give everybody their own notoriety. What’s even more forthcoming about it, is that in depth, jewelry symbolizes the more deeply rooted things about life that are difficult for most of us to put into words. Earrings draw tension to the erogenous earlobes, delicate necklaces and pendants to the cusp of a women’s breast. Even wedding rings explicitly embody ones love for another without words. With all of this taken into account jewelry persuasively says things that would be difficult to communicate otherwise. Another aspect of jewelry that makes it completely unique, and much more inclusive than anything else in the fashion industry is that jewelry doesn’t discriminate. Never will you see jewelry companies facilitating commercials only depicting plus-sized models, Caucasian models, or your typical “34,24,34” runway girl. Although clothing is a versatile form of self-expression is has still yet to bring all the unrepresented, marginalized, and neglected groups of women together.

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