This Necklace Could Change Women’s Lives

Improve your jewellery box AND do something worthy thanks to Mantra's brilliant new necklace...

Shopping is all well and good, but it’s even better when you know your hard-earned cash is going to a good cause. Cue Mantra Jewellery.

For 2017, the brand has teamed up with UK charity Smart Works, which provides women in need with interview training and fashion advice, to promote and support female self-belief in the workplace.

So, how is Mantra helping out? Through the power of irresistible jewellery, obv.

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The pendant, featuring the word ‘Believe’- the first in the partnership’s mantra; ‘Believe in yourself. We do’- comes in silver, gold and rose gold, complete with empowering lotus symbol. Yes, it looks expensive. But it’s actually very affordable.

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You’ll be pleased to hear the silver retails at just £35, while the gold and rose gold come in at £55. What’s more, 25% of each ‘Believe’ necklace sale will go directly to Smart Works along with 300 necklaces over the next year.

Founder of Mantra Jewellery Jo Stroud said: “Mantra jewellery is about positivity, self-belief and inspiration; while Smart Works gives women the confidence and self-belief, as well as the practical tools, to start a new chapter of their life. We are both aiming for the same things, so this partnership is very exciting for us both.”

Smart Works added: “We dress and train disadvantaged women for interview success, and it is our privilege to witness the power that looking and feeling great about yourself can have on a woman’s ability to succeed.”

So, let’s get this straight: 1) 25% of our money goes to charity. 2) The charity helps women just like us. 3) The necklace is adorable and affordable.

All pretty good reasons to be counting down the days until it lands online in early April, don’t you think?