At DIDIER DUBOT, we can’t get enough of the heart-shaped jewelry trend. It’s playful, romantic, and elegant; a definite must-have for anyone that isn’t afraid to stand out. Heart-shaped jewelry has traditionally been linked to romantic love, but in this new era of self-love and individuality we believe that the heart symbol can represent any form of love. Its conventional connotations can easily translate to the love that we have for our friends, our families, and ourselves. Not convinced yet? We’re discussing why heart-shaped jewelry has a place in every jewelry collection below.
Heart-Shaped Jewelry For Self-Love
“I do love you, but I love me more.”
These wise words were first declared by the fabulously independent Samantha Jones in Sex and the City in 2002. They were later sung by the pop star Marina of Marina and the Diamonds in a song of the same name in 2021. Both versions made waves after being released to the public. The phrase caused viewers and listeners to reflect upon their relationships with others and themselves. What does it mean to put yourself first? “I do love you, but I love me more” will forever make an impact regardless of who says it.
Though it may be interpreted in many different ways, it’s not about being selfish. Self-love is about knowing your worth and acting in a way that protects it. It’s choosing to do what’s best for yourself and for the people that you love. Self-love falls under the umbrella of taking care of yourself. To lead a truly healthy life, taking time for yourself is as essential as eating and sleeping well. Being happy and comfortable in your own skin will improve your relationships with others, as well as increasing your chances of success on a personal and professional level. You’ll feel confident enough to challenge yourself and solidify your new and existing relationships. If you don’t love yourself, how can you properly love someone else?
There are many ways in which you can practice self-love. Some of these are physical, like regularly exercising or eating well-balanced meals. Some are mental, like taking time to meditate or read uplifting literature. Others are symbolic. Wearing jewelry may seem like a purely cosmetic act, but it can represent a special mood or feeling. Just like a wedding ring is a symbol of commitment to your spouse, heart-shaped jewelry is an excellent token of self-love. A simple pendant has the power to lift your spirits and remind you to never stop loving yourself. That’s why we believe heart-shaped jewelry is more than just a playful trend; it’s an emblematic gesture.
Introducing The New Moi Collection
In the spirit of embracing self-love, DIDIER DUBOT is thrilled to introduce the new Moi heart collection.
Named after the French word for ‘me’, the Moi heart collection encourages wearers to love and appreciate themselves. Moi features a chic range of demi-fine heart-shaped necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. The standout piece of the collection is undoubtedly a red quartzite heart pendant, uniquely encased with five prongs that symbolize the five fingers of a hand holding a heart. These signature pendants are like no other pieces of heart-shaped jewelry on the market.
The Moi hearts are elegant and sensual, with extra rounded top curves that resemble the shape of a woman’s lips. The pendants and charms are surrounded by lustrous pearls and delicate chains to provide an exquisite level of sophistication. Choose between vibrance and glitter with Moi’s selection of heart-shaped quartzite and clear crystals. Colorful quartzite represents inner strength, positive thinking, and self-confidence: qualities that are essential for implementing a solid foundation of self-love.
A beautiful piece from the Moi collection will make a perfect Christmas present for a friend or family member that respects themselves and knows their worth. Heart-shaped jewelry is also a fantastic choice for a cheeky gift to yourself. After all, one of the many forms of self-love is treating yourself.
Shop the Moi heart collection today to get your gorgeous heart-shaped jewelry in time for Christmas!
Writer: Maria Polansky