Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Catch Your Dreams

It was once said:

"If you can dream it, you can do it" - Walt Disney

"A single dream is more powerful than a thousand realities" - J.R.R. Tolkien

"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams" - Eleanor Roosevelt

"You are never too old to set another goal or dream another dream" - C.S. Lewis

..and there are many more quotes like them. Just ask Google. All of these people have/had one thing in common - they believe(d) in dreams.

The Native Americans believed that a dream catcher protected a sleeping person by catching the bad dreams passing through while letting the good dreams slip through the hole in the middle down to the person sleeping below.

But why confine dreams to sleep? Many of us dream while awake as well (guilty as charged!). Instead of the inconvenience of hanging a dream catcher above our heads all the time, why not catch your dreams on-the-go by using these awesome dream catcher accessories.

I find that most dream catchers look best on long chains but you never know, I might find a dream catcher choker that steals my heart. For now, these close-to-traditional-dreamcatcher necklaces help give an outfit a boho look while being charmingly rustic.

If that look is not for you then this modern dreamcatcher might be up your alley with a dreamy quartz crystal in place of the traditional feather.

Don't confine yourself to necklaces, though. This next one can be used a both, a necklace as well as a bracelet. Personally, I like the look of it as a bracelet. What do you think?

Another elegant dream catcher bracelet-ring combo.

Dream catcher rings lend their own special touch to an outfit, complementing it with their charm like this one:

And of course, how could I not mention dream catcher earrings? They're my go-to accessory for any outfit. Call me weird but I like going for a slight Native American look at times. And the feathers on a dream catcher shout Native American to everyone.

So, what do you think? Is dream catcher jewelry up your alley? 

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