As the storyteller of your singular journey, you alone hold the power to control the narrative. The new Convertible Amulet Collector was designed with versatile storytelling in mind. Convert it to have three rings to house a variety of amulets and pendants, two rings to create a Y-necklace, or one ring at center as the focal point.
You can combine your favorite Goddess Pendants and Amulets to create an abundance of looks depending on what story you want to tell that day. Switch out for a new amulet or Goddess as often as you like! The possibilities are truly endless.
We tapped some members of the Awe team to create their own meaningful looks with the Convertible Amulet Collector and explain why they chose the Goddesses or Amulets that they did. If you need some inspiration for how to style your own Convertible Amulet Collector, look no further. Pro tip: Don’t be afraid to mix and match metals.
The last year or so has been about embracing and loving my shadow. Of fully embodying all sides of myself and not being afraid to sit in the void. This trio is symbolic of my past, present, and future. It’s a constant reminder of how far I have come and how filled with gratitude I am for all the incarnations of me.
Nicole, Director of Social Media
This trio is very personal to me. It’s the last year of my 30s and I have never felt more excited to enter a new decade. I'm ready to step out of my comfort zones; I feel so secure in who I am and who I’ve become and I am always honoring the journey.
Kim, Jewelry Designer / Product Development Manager
I love this combo because it tells a story about me: my zodiac sign, my religion, and that I’m inspired by the symbolism of snakes – how they shed and renew, and the idea of embracing shadow. It’s a great conversation starter and a way to connect with like-minded people.
Olivia, Social Media Coordinator
- Everything I Need Is Within Me Affirmation Necklace
- Cupid’s Gift Rose Quartz Amulet
- Inverted Moon Amulet
Together, these three pendants represent a powerful reminder to myself to stay calm and focused in life. I can rely on myself and I know that I have the ability to manifest what I want for my future.
Kristin, Director of Growth
These pieces, together, have a very feminist meaning for me. The rose might seem out of place to others, but to me it’s a touch of individuality (for obvious reasons!) to remind me that myself and my (chosen) family are one of my greatest sources of strength.
Mitchel, Sr. Design Director
This collection represents my love for history and nature. For me, symbols of these elements feel empowering and uplifting; they remind me of times spent in some of my favorite places. I also really like a small touch of color since my wardrobe is mainly neutral.
As a Goddess of battle and transformation, The Morrigan is one of the fiercest deities I’ve ever read about. I want to channel her fearlessness so I’m always ready to fight for my best interests, even when I feel like backing down. The Inverted Moon Amulet represents life and death, which, to me, just means beginnings and endings…and not being afraid of either.