Easter and eggs go together like bread and butter. But colorful eggs aren’t just for a spring holiday. As if. Because we wouldn’t want to put all our eggs in one (Easter) basket. For example, it’s well documented by a Dr. Seuss that green eggs do go with ham any time of year. And these egg charms—which are available in yellow, green, pink and blue—definitely go with your gorgeous neckline. Onlookers might think they’re little beads of beauty, oval-shaped charms, tear-dropped pendants.
Jewelry designer Janet Mavec has seethed with egg envy her entire life (she’s allergic). This is her antidote. Doesn’t that just crack you up?
Add a chain to make your own necklace here.
Create your egg destiny by stringing together multiples of a single color or by combining different colors for your own special pattern.
Buy a few and change it up whenever you like depending on what you wear or what you want to symbolize. Pink-blue-pink-blue-pink-blue. Yellow-yellow-pink-yellow-yellow-pink. Well, you get the idea. The egg is in your court.
In “Annie Hall,” there is a metaphor about how eggs are like relationships. I agree with it.
“... a guy walks into a psychiatrist's office and says, ‘Hey doc, my brother's crazy! He thinks he’s a chicken.’
Then the doc says, ‘Why don't you turn him in?’
Then the guy says, ‘I would but I need the eggs.’
I guess that's how I feel about relationships. They're totally crazy, irrational, and absurd, but we keep going through it because we need the eggs.”
― Woody Allen, Annie Hall: Screenplay