Hello my loves, 

Welcome back! So last night, I had the opportunity to attend an event hosted by RedLight PR and Satya Jewelry, for the debut of their Spring 2015 collection! It was my first time hearing of the line and I'm so excited to share some of my favorites with you, as well as the mantra behind this comprehensive brand. Satya means "truth" in Sanskrit, a classical Indian language. This name was given to Satya, one of the designers of the jewelry line, her co-creator is Beth, after the completion of an intensive 30 day yoga training in the Bahamas. Upon receiving her "spiritual name", she called her friend, Beth, and shared how she had a desire to create a jewelry line that would encompass all believed truths, inspired by her new name. Beth was astounded, as she had just returned from a sabbatical in Thailand, and was excited for this new journey and collaboration, in which Satya Jewelry was birthed. 

I had the pleasure of speaking with Satya and she shared the overall concept of the jewelry line. Each jewelry piece uses authentic semi-precious stones and now precious, with the launch of the fine jewelry collection, which contains diamonds and 14k gold, gorgeous! For inspiration, Satya often travels to India, mainly the southern region, where she learns various healing properties of stones derived from the earth and the impact they have on the mind and body from the natives. One thing that she mentioned, which sparked my interest, mainly because of my neuroscience background, was that in the area of India she travels, the don't have psychiatrists, in fact, they don't know what that is! Instead, they use stones to heal various ailments. I felt this to be quite amazing. I mean, I am a proponent for holistic medicine because I've read and heard of how it is indeed life changing and practically every disease can be reversed, as well as prevented. During that conversation, I pointed out that I was wearing an authentic Turquoise ring and she exclaimed how Turquoise is the stone to be worn when you're not feeling too well in strength, again, I found that quite interesting! 

Now that I've given you a brief background behind Satya, I can share some of my favorite pieces from the spring collection. You'll notice a few recurring styles, which are tassels and layers. Tassels are one of this spring's huge trends, interesting enough, it's also a classic, one that reads chic and sophisticated in my book! Another classic theme, as mentioned, are the layered necklaces. This is something that I'm starting to get more in to myself. After purging my closet, as mentioned in this week's video (HERE), I began to think more classics and this certainly translates into jewelry. Who doesn't like to own something that she knows would go with practically everything in her wardrobe, that can be matched or combined, for years to come? In fact, Satya seeks to create pieces that "are destined to become heirlooms." Layering or stacking jewelry is a fun way to add interest to your look, while keeping your it chic. Plus, they're always great conversation starters ;)



Features authentic semi precious stone, Onyx. 


Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed this post! For more information on Satya Jewelry, visit their website HERE



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