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Fashionista NOW: Peridot Green Jewelry Inspiration

Peridot Green Jewelry Inspiration

Peridot (also called Olivine) is a birthstone for the month of August and even though I’m an October baby, I’m so into this alluring olive-geen hued gem like no other, not even tourmaline or opal!

So, here’s a post dedicated to show how divinely inspiring is the mix of peridot green when partnered up with various metals like silver, gold, rose gold and even copper.

If you’re interested in the symbolic meanings associated with peridot and its uses, enjoy the read below:

Periodot is associated with the heart chakra, and can be used to balance and stimulate that chakra. It is a stone of compassion. It has a friendly energy and is excellent for healing. It assists in rebirth and renewal of all kinds. Peridot also bring abundance and prosperity. It enhances the healing and harmony of relationships of all kinds, but particularly marriage. Peridot is used in crystal healing to lessen stress, especially in relationships, anger and jealousy, slow aging, and heal ulcers and digestive problems. Please note that healing crystal meanings are spiritual supports to healing and are not prescriptions or healthcare information.  It also assists in finding what is lost, and strengthens ESP abilities. It has been said to make a shield of protection around the body of any wearer of peridot. – Crystal Meanings

For those looking to eyeball some gorgeous peridot jewelry, as per always, you can scroll on down and enjoy!


Boho Peridot Copper Ring


| MyPerception


Dainty Gold Peridot Bracelet


| wearitpersonalized


Dainty Peridot Minimalist Necklace


| AnnalisJewelry


Elegant Peridot Green Bracelet


| laalee


Peridot Stud Earrings


| JenniferCasady


Skinny Peridot Ring


| NyakiPunkJewellery


Raw Peridot Pendant Necklace


| ArtiqueBoutiqueShop


Which peridot jewelry would you wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

The easiest thing to be in the world is you. The most difficult thing to be is what other people want you to be. Don’t let them put you in that position.Leo Buscaglia

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