Persia Lawson Hearts Look Inside Necklace

Love and Self-Love Mantra: Look inside yourself. Be your own soulmate

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  • 925 Sterling Silver
  • Free UK Delivery
  • 18-20" / 45-50 cms Chain


We are thrilled to be working with author, speaker and love coach, Persia Lawson, on a Mantra collaboration. Persia is ‘one of the UK’s most successful love coaches’ – according to The Saturday Times magazine. 

Her mantra, ‘Look inside yourself. Be your own soulmate’, reminds us of Persia’s core belief that, in order to find real love, we need to stop looking outside ourselves for the partner we want to get, and start looking inside ourselves for the partner we want to be.

This is represented by a Sterling Silver necklace of two interlocking geometrical hearts, which is a symbol Persia wears as a tattoo. 

Perfect gift for a friend looking for love | for someone who has recently broken up with someone | a reminder to yourself if you are feeling lonely

By behaving as we would want a partner to behave; by fixing any behaviours that we don't like about ourselves; and by doing the things that we enjoy - we will find that we have become our own best version of ourselves. This is the first step towards attracting a strong and positive relationship going forwards. 

Having once been a serial cheater and obsessive love addict, Persia is now proud to be in a happy and committed relationship, and is passionate about helping women get and sustain healthy, soulful, lasting relationships in the chaos of the modern dating world.

Read more about our collaboration with Persia here. Take a look at our Gallery to see how Persia Lawson wears her Mantra necklaces.


Chain Length: 18-20" / 45-50 cms

Available in: 925 Sterling Silver


Letterbox-friendly packaging - fits through your letterbox. We use Royal Mail for all deliveries, with FREE First Class mail as standard, or paid-for options if you would like a Tracked or Next Day service.  Read more here about delivery options and returns

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