The first time that I saw evil eye jewelry was in a sketchy gift shop down at the docks. I went mad for their tribal charms and hunted stores until I came across Blee Inara, a designer that specializes in turning her necklaces, bracelets and anklets completely evil.
(Cue the scary music.)
The term “evil eye” is a misnomer. The jewelry is used in different religions around the world to keep harmful people out of their lives (like ex-boyfriends, frenemies…mother-in-laws).
And being a superstitious person myself, who believes in negative energy and karma, I plan to cover myself neck to ankle with these suckers!
Seriously, what woman could turn down a chic accessory that wards off evil?
With charms in the shapes of pyramids, Hamsa hands, and peace signs, Inara’s jewelry creates a feeling of bliss and harmony.
I’ll be putting in a massive order. I have my “eye” on the 18k gold plated gypsy-inspired ring, complete with multiple tinkling charms.
Of course I wouldn’t be able to keep it for very long. My friends would take it away from me after fifteen minutes of jingling. But at least I’ll have fifteen minutes to ward of bad karma.