20 August 2012

Satya Jewelry #BloggersOlympics


A couple of weeks ago, I was invited down to Satya Jewellery's #BloggersOlympic event at their Covent Garden store which was such a pleasant surprise.




Walking into the Henrietta Street store, felt like I was walking into a temple. It was cool, tranquil and a naturally lit store, situated in front of an old church. 
The atmosphere was literally indescribable, but so peaceful and relaxing. Just the kind of experience one lacks yet needs when shopping in London's hotspots, like the West End.




Speaking with Satya Jewellery's lovely UK representative Nav Burji, I was given more insight into the brand's history, including the meaning of the word Satya,'Truth' in Sanskrit and their inspirations and recent press, which being a PR is just the information I need, in order for me to get a good feel of the brand beyond looking at the products myself.




Every piece from their current collection was simply beautiful. The names and meanings behind individual pieces were even more endearing. 



Not only do Satya mean well, but they also make jewellery with proceeds of specific designs going to charitable causes including Hope for Haiti, Invisible Children and The Satya Foundation.



I almost instantly fell for the 'Arm Yourself' Yellow Silk Hamsa Wrap Bracelet, available to purchase here and the layered pearl & gold chains below, which I styled myself (below) on my navy, lace, peplum top.



In my opinion, Satya is jewellery with beauty & meaning and should be savoured as a gift for a friend or family member. 

Its so special and makes an extraordinary gift, that will honestly be cherished for all time. Satya jewellery proposes to not only inspire and empower the wearer but also to protect her from negativity and other elements one is prone to in this crazy world.

Satya Jewelry celebrates the adventures of lives lived fearlessly http://www.satyajewelry.com/
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