On My Mind: Religious Pendants

On My Mind: Religious Pendants

I think there are two types of people out there who wear religious jewelry: actually religious people and atheists who doesn’t care and just in it for the fashion. I belong to the latter group, though I usually refrain from wearing symbolic logos, flags, faces of all kind – not because I’m not political but because I don’t want to be mistaken for anything I’m not. Case in point, I have a David’s star necklace in my jewelry box since my childhood but haven’t worn it like ever because of all its religious and political weight that I don’t want to carry around my neck. I also have an old cross I bought in high school just because I love the shape and I think it’s time to dust it off & add some more medallions to the collection because lately I’m all about gold chunky chains and small religious pendants.

On My Mind: Religious Pendants

image sources: karla’s closet, a gentlewoman, moodboard, source unknown from pinterest 1 & 2



  1. Annonymous says

    People will always wear things they don’t believe in I guess!!!!!!!!

    By the way if you’re a Christian, it’s only allowed that you wear a crucifix or medals around your neck, and not on like on earrings, T-shirts, hairbands etc. Those kind of things would be considered vanity, and similar to the whole “graven idols” thing.

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