Thaya Jewels: Jewelry and female psychology
Just like clothing, jewelery in women (and men) is also an element of indirect communication. It expresses many things, in connection with belonging to a specific group (ethnic, political, sexual, ...) but it is also an indicator of our personality or our passing as well as a message that we seek to make , sometimes unconsciously. Some signs to decipher the complex relationship of women and jewelry. We propose to decode them in this article which is part of articles relating to "How to choose jewelry to offer " Jewelry: a sign of identity The terms of purchase of a jewel in women are a reinforcement of the idea that it represents a message in itself, in the sense that the woman does not only receive the jewel as a gift, but offers it more and more. The choice of worn jewelry is therefore now according to the mood, and depending on what you want to show others, sometimes in addition to a dress or in contrast with it, like the casual jeans style associated jewels adorned with precious stones. The jewel sublimates a woman's body Of course, the jewel does not only have a role of identity representation. A necklace or brooch will enhance a neckline, a glittering ring or a shiny bracelet will have a sensual connotation, earrings will sublimate a face, jewelry will highlight the body and the whole woman. Family tradition Some family customs consisting in offering a pearl necklace to the majority of a woman demonstrate this link between the jewel and its feminine representation, this act being translated as the passage and affirmation of femininity. The representation of the offerer The jewel also has a role of representation when it is offered, the offerer thus demonstrating his power, his financial ease, while valuing the woman who receives it, the value of the jewel being also proportional to the beauty of the woman. The jewel puts forward the femininity of a woman, without imposing it, the quantity not being able to substitute the natural one. Witness of a past The jewel can have a spiritual anchor, with a strong emotional value, an indicator of our past. The many possibilities offered by jewelry, in choice of stones, materials, colors, allow extreme personalization, with a precise meaning of a link or a story. Often, the value of the jewel will be understood when one loses it, making trace the condensed of what it represents. As such, losing a jewel from the family is also a job to do on your own, to mourn Far from being futile, the jewel is an important indicator and tells a rich and personal message.