Into the Groove x



All around the sign of the moment appears to be the evil eye, an ancient symbol that crosses cultures and religions, always ready to ward off danger.


What I didn’t know is that different colours have different meanings..adds to the appeal..



But instead of following the jewellery sheep, maybe there’s another way to embrace the trend..

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(All pictures from pintrest)

Simple, effective…different…especially that last one..

Laters, Kate x


  1. KerryCan

    Hmmmm . . . I have a vintage evil eye bracelet lying around somewhere. Now that you’ve said this is a trendy design right now, maybe I should find it and list it on Etsy!

  2. Lia in Brussels

    Haha!… got the hint!… all the stories in the village with the old ladies and evil eyes… did they teach you to say ”skorda” (garlic) and spit three times to ward off the evil eye? πŸ˜€

  3. styletterie

    What a great idea! I’m Greek and, as you know, the evil eye is a huge part of our culture, my Dad gets very nervous if we don’t wear one…I may have to try this out when I go to Greece next week to visit! Glad you had such a great time there, was interesting to read about your family connection! πŸ™‚ x