We appreciate meaningful jewellery more than ever before (which might have something to do with its grounding effect after the collective anxiety we’ve experienced over the last few years). Along with gemstones, engraving, and personalised jewellery, we’re looking to Evil Eye jewellery for a dose of symbolism and spirituality. Give us some of that protection and positive energy.
It doesn’t hurt that the vacation blues, whites, and blacks of these talismanic emblems is the ultimate way to bring a ‘summer in the Mediterranean’ feel to your layering and stacking. Did we mention gifting evil eye jewellery is also super meaningful? It brings love, luck and well-wishes to the receiver. Now that’s some (evil) eye candy.
What Does the Evil Eye Symbol Represent?
The Evil Eye symbol dates back thousands of years, traditionally a talisman that symbolises protection; it’s known in Greek as ‘mati’ and in India as ‘nazar’. Usually, there is an eye with a blue iris, surrounded by concentric circles. The amulet is said to be able to deflect malevolent intentions and keep the wearer safe. In fact, it’s thought to bring peace of mind, rejuvenation, and relaxation. Wearing these pieces can serve as a constant reminder of positive energy and an armor against negativity.
The History of Evil Eye
The concept of the Evil Eye is a global one, found in folklore all over the world. It’s most popular in the Mediterranean and West Asia, however, it is believed to have originated in Ancient Greece. Over in Turkey, blue was their colour of good luck which is why many had their amulets made in the hue. Though Evil Eye has different names in many different languages, they all mean the same thing: the malevolent gaze.
Does Wearing Evil Eye Jewellery Have Any Spiritual Benefits?
Looking for mindfulness or positive intentions? Us too. Evil Eye jewellery is thought to bring positive energy. Eye-shaped charms have been regarded as symbols of strength, protection and magic for millennia.
How to Style Evil Eye Jewellery
Add depth and colour to your jewellery styling with Evil Eye pendants, stud earrings, bracelets and necklaces. More of a minimalist? Pare it back with a solo piece. Go maximalist with a statement Evil Eye style, or by layering it with other designs. Remember, the key lies in balance – allow the symbolism of the Evil Eye to shine while harmonising it with your personal style.
Get the Look:
The most popular colour of Evil Eye jewellery is, of course, blue – symbolising calmness, protection, and peace. However, each colour has its own unique meaning.They all have one function in common: protecting the wearer from any form of bad luck.
- Red -/- Courage, strength, confidence, energy and enthusiasm.
- Orange -/- Happiness, motivation, creativity and positive energy.
- Yellow -/- Health, a sharp mind and concentration.
- Green -/- Happiness, success, balance, good health, and freedom to explore new ideas.
- Pink -/- Calm, acceptance and order.
- Purple -/- Imagination, a boost for your love life and balancing.
- Brown -/- Protection from the elements and connection with nature.
- White -/- Purity, focus, and a fresh start.
- Black -/- Power and prosperity.
- Transparent -/- Protection, clarity and mindfulness.
Evil Eye Ear Stack
Your ear stack, upgraded. These Pyramid Evil Eye Studs feature the talismanic design, set with a single semi-precious pavé stone. Style them with your favourite hoops or let them shine solo. If mini hoops are more your thing, go for the Good Vibes Enamel Evil Eye Mini Charm Hoops. Cut-out evil eye charms with bursts of navy and neon aqua enamel, could you want anything more?
Layer Your Evil Eye
Share the love with a playful base layer. Our retro-inspired Evil Eye Pendant Necklace features a white cubic zirconia stone in the centre of the eye, surrounded by cut-out detailing.
While our Evil Eye Amulet Pearl Pendant Necklace combines luminescent seed pearls with rainbow moonstone. Pair with longer-length necklaces for on-trend styling.
Evil Eye Arm Stack
Evil Eye bracelets are a fresh, new take on the friendship bracelet. But what wrist to wear them on? Wearing yours on the right wrist is thought to help with your career and finances. Sign us up. On the other hand (get it?), the left side is thought to help with creativity, emotions and your personal life.
Our Evil Eye Amulet Pearl Pendant Bracelet features rainbow moonstone in the centre of the eye, surrounded by black and white pavé detailing. On a seed pearl bracelet, let it shine solo or layer with beads, gemstones and chains.
Even More Meaning – Handcrafted Gemstones
There’s a kaleidoscope of gemstone jewellery out there and we’re here to help you navigate it. From the Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite natural gemstone, rhodochrosite, to malachite, our much-loved transformation stone (we all need some of that), it’s time to absorb those good vibes and give your layers a colourful upgrade in the process.
Even More Meaning – Make It Personal
Shopping for the ultimate gift, or celebrating your own wins? Make a touching tribute with our initial jewellery, or monogram our jewellery travel cases with whoever deserves a name drop.
Even More Meaning – Engraving for Free
Engrave our most iconic pieces for free, from Missoma Icons like our coin necklaces, to lockets, and all the signet rings. We love seeing what you choose to embellish on our engravable necklaces and pendants, engravable rings, and engravable bracelets. Dates, initials, short phrases, even your dog's name.. it’s the ideal way to celebrate meaningful events and special people. Every time you look at that jewellery piece you’ll instantly be reminded of an amazing memory, a special moment, or that joke that just never gets old – even if no one else finds it funny, no judgment here.
An engraved message can be anything from a nickname, to a positive reminder like ‘slow down’, ‘you’re doing great’ or even the age-old favourite of ‘carpe diem’ (cliché is a-okay). Sometimes even a simple 'I love you' will do perfectly. If ‘ich leibe dich’ is more of your vibe, don’t panic – our engraving speaks all languages, meaning you can send your message in your mother tongue.