I'm sure a lot of you would agree that the jewelry we choose to wear is so much more than just shiny metal and pretty stones. Sure, we do sometimes buy accessories just to complement an outfit, but most of the time it is a lot more personal than that: our jewelry can be a memory or tell a story, it can be a gift from someone special or can symbolize something very important to us, and ultimately, it is a reflection of who we are.
This is exactly what Mana Culture jewelry is all about. In Polynesian, "Mana" is a pervasive supernatural or magical power. Jahnavi Sievert, the talented jeweler behind the Texas-based brand aims to make meaningful jewelry by using rare gemstones, opal and mixed metals to inspire and give joy to whoever wears her creations. You can purchase them at https://manaculture.com/ .
Mana Cuture's new line offers a selection of new evil eye jewelry that is centered around the well-known ancient eye shaped talisman that is believed to ward off harm and protect the wearer. We all need this kind of positive energy in our lives, if you ask me. Also, the symbol has been super trendy recently!
The pieces from the collection are exceptionally well made and are really easy to style. I love that they are subtle enough to wear with both everyday and special occasion looks, but at the same time very stylish and unique. They also make great layering pieces, if you're into that kind of look (I definitely am) and go really well with items from Mana Culture's other collections.
In addition to the jewelry personally created by Jahnavi, the brand offers the possibility to other jewelers around the world to showcase and sell their creations. This kind of collaborative spirit is a wonderful way to help other artisans achieve their dream and it also offers the customers a wider a range of beautiful handmade products to choose from. Win-win!