Nationwide — Wanda Jackson, having dutifully contributed 19 years of service to the Social Security Administration, has launched her Maré Sheree Jewelry Collection with the intention of creating an impact. She hopes her collection becomes a staple that serves as a token of pride and boosts self-esteem for Black women.
Wanda comes from a humble past, one that has made her reliable and empathetic in the workplace, as well as appreciative of the material items she has worked hard for. As an agency phone representative, she takes her work to heart and often finds herself talking customers through traumatic events to best resolve the challenge they are facing. Her career with the agency has positioned her on the receiving end of many callers’ tragic stories. So, for her, a single purchase of something ‘pretty’ became the bright spot in her day, a reminder that she deserves pretty things because she loves herself, and values herself.
“It is very easy to live in this country and suffer low self-esteem,” says Wanda. “Especially, when you see the people who look like you seem to be having the hardest time. It was a delicate, simple but pretty ring that made a bold statement and allowed that powerful statement to sink in. I am a beautiful person! Therefore, I deserve pretty things! And I decided to be unapologetic about that. I curated an entire collection, specifically for women, especially Black women like myself who may have struggled with self-negating thoughts privately.”
Maré Sheree Jewelry Collection is a curated collection of sterling and gold-filled designs, some accentuated with beautiful semi-precious or natural stones, available in earrings, stackable/nesting rings, and necklaces with pendants in minimalist styles. Her gold-filled jewelry is made from solid gold overlay, sheets of 14K gold around a sterling silver metal base. The timeless designs are suitable to be worn as an everyday accessory or as layered pieces for a bolder, more eye-catching look. “Want to achieve a more sophisticated look? The delicate details of the Maré Sheree Jewelry Collection can enhance any basic ensemble.”
Unlike gold-plated or sterling silver jewelry, the layers of gold are bonded, and gold-filled jewelry maintains its luster, making it less likely to tarnish. Moreover, the Maré Sheree Jewelry Collection offers a variety of unique pieces to suit anyone’s personal preference—all within a modest budget. Now, everyone can have access to stylish, affordable jewelry.
And while Ma Chérie directly translates from the French romance language to English as my good lady, Ms. Jackson readily admits the concept for the name Maré Sheree is a mash-up of the names of her two sisters. Her eldest sister, whose middle name is ‘Sheree’ and her baby sister, ‘Marie,’ who recently died after a hard-fought battle with Breast Cancer. Each piece from the Maré Sheree Jewelry Collection is hand selected. The entire collection was named for Ms. Jackson’s biological sisters and inspired by her mission to always encourage other women to remember that they themselves are worthy.
“We women are always putting ourselves last. Try whatever makes your heart feel good. From now on, let us remember that we are so valuable that we can own pretty things and a piece of this world.”
Visit the official website at MareSheree.com and join the mailing list for 10% off your first purchase.
“I am so humbled to be able to take my personal struggle and use it as inspiration so that other women can have something beautiful to call their own. May we all feel beautiful and remain inspired in everything that we do,” W. Jackson (owner, Maré Sheree Jewelry Collection).
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All earrings, rings, necklaces, and pendants are nickel-free, lead-free, and hypoallergenic, causing no irritation to sensitive skin. All purchases come in boutique-style packaging for finer presentation. All in-stock items ship the next business day. Maré Sheree Jewelry ships all over the world and makes an ideal gift for customers worldwide. To learn more, please contact Ms. W. Jackson with any questions via message at (302) 200-6050 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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