FREE SHIPPING IN THE USA FOR ALL RINGS. WE SHIP WORLDWIDE.

0

OUR TRIBE

Stories from our Tribe

The Life Coach

After a terrible relationship left me in shambles, I meditated my way back to health. I was struggling up and down with my confidence and with my relationship with myself. I was looking for validation and love externally. I thought the next promotion, the next boyfriend, the next place I live will give me the happiness and inner peace I desire. I didn’t realize how much power this gave others and how much energy I was putting into things that didn’t ultimately matter in my life. My story hit a turning point when I finally listened to myself and made a decision to quit my job, sell my stuff and embark on a journey across 4 countries that ultimately led me to myself. I traveled to India, Bali, Australia and Thailand. While in Thailand, I made a commitment to the relationship with myself by ‘marrying’ myself on a beach. I wear my Fred+Far ring to remind me of the commitment I made that day to accept, forgive and love myself. This ring reminds me of my promise to check-in and connect with myself and realize that my relationship with me is a continual process, just like any other relationship. Now, as a life coach, I help others do and learn the same.
-Ashley

The Life Coach

After a terrible relationship left me in shambles, I meditated my way back to health. I was struggling up and down with my confidence and with my relationship with myself. I was looking for validation and love externally. I thought the next promotion, the next boyfriend, the next place I live will give me the happiness and inner peace I desire. I didn’t realize how much power this gave others and how much energy I was putting into things that didn’t ultimately matter in my life. My story hit a turning point when I finally listened to myself and made a decision to quit my job, sell my stuff and embark on a journey across 4 countries that ultimately led me to myself. I traveled to India, Bali, Australia and Thailand. While in Thailand, I made a commitment to the relationship with myself by ‘marrying’ myself on a beach. I wear my Fred+Far ring to remind me of the commitment I made that day to accept, forgive and love myself. This ring reminds me of my promise to check-in and connect with myself and realize that my relationship with me is a continual process, just like any other relationship. Now, as a life coach, I help others do and learn the same.
-Ashley

The Romantic

My heart and soul was bruised from heartache and loneliness, but this ring inspired me to remain true to myself even if that means leaving my pain behind and not letting me hinder myself from my own love, my own strengths. Whether that be my career, being single, leaving my past completely behind. It was realizing I had to be okay with myself, and enjoy myself, splurge on myself, and do things completely out of my element. To love myself so much, that the next man in my life will love me as much as I do or more.
-Amanda

The Neo Feminist Storyteller

I am the daughter of women who adorn themselves. You would never have caught my grandmother out without her lipstick on and the song of my mother’s bracelets as she moves her wrist is one I know very well. The thing about this soft practice of adorning one’s self is that it is completely for one’s self. Finding something dear to you and making it a part of your everyday look is a subtle way of celebrating yourself and owning your identity. I firmly believe in taking the time to do the things/ wear the things that make you feel magical. All my life I have adored rings and wherever I travel I find myself love-struck in jewelry stores sliding ring after ring onto every finger. My grandmother had her cheeky red lipstick, my mother has her musical bracelets and I have rings that I wear devoutly as a daily reminder that I am worth celebrating.
-Upile

The Neo Feminist Storyteller

I am the daughter of women who adorn themselves. You would never have caught my grandmother out without her lipstick on and the song of my mother’s bracelets as she moves her wrist is one I know very well. The thing about this soft practice of adorning one’s self is that it is completely for one’s self. Finding something dear to you and making it a part of your everyday look is a subtle way of celebrating yourself and owning your identity. I firmly believe in taking the time to do the things/ wear the things that make you feel magical. All my life I have adored rings and wherever I travel I find myself love-struck in jewelry stores sliding ring after ring onto every finger. My grandmother had her cheeky red lipstick, my mother has her musical bracelets and I have rings that I wear devoutly as a daily reminder that I am worth celebrating.
-Upile

The Working Mom

I’m a personal trainer, a mom and a wife. It seemed like every minute of my day was spent caring for someone else. I almost lost my “me” until I stopped and realized, that I needed to allow myself to be important in my life. For me that meant taking 1 1/2 hours daily to exercise. Daily… first “to do” on the list, not the last. Not only has that saved me, it makes me better for all the people that count on me. I not only have more energy, but am happier in completing the daily tasks. As a trainer I’ve worked with other women with the same symptoms as I had and now I’m able to help. It’s amazing after a one-hour workout, we all feel like we can conquer the world. Whenever I get caught up in my old habits I look at my pinky ring and it reminds me to stop and take a breath and find “me.”
-Roz

The Explorer

For too long I allowed other people’s opinions and actions dictate who I was. A job rejection meant I was unworthy. A guy who never called me after the first date meant I was unlovable. A colleague that didn’t acknowledge my hard work meant I was invaluable. These lies I chose to believe became deafening to the point that I couldn’t hear my own voice. It was when my friend suggested, as a New Year’s resolution, to doodle a day for a whole year that I began to hear a faint, whisper of myself. In the beginning of my doodle journey I had two simple rules: 1. Draw everyday
2. Despite the imperfections you must post it. My Instagram feed became my public, uncensored visual diary into my everyday life including the emotions and life lessons I experienced. On the 87th day I realized I had developed my own unique, artistic style, but it wasn’t until the 209th day that I recognized the true value of my voice. My voice has the power to decide who I am. It has the power to turn my imperfections into points of interests and my vulnerabilities into strengths. From that day on I promised myself to always honor my voice above all others. Today I wear my pinky ring as a reminder that I’m loved, valued, and purposed.
-Leanne

The Explorer

For too long I allowed other people’s opinions and actions dictate who I was. A job rejection meant I was unworthy. A guy who never called me after the first date meant I was unlovable. A colleague that didn’t acknowledge my hard work meant I was invaluable. These lies I chose to believe became deafening to the point that I couldn’t hear my own voice. It was when my friend suggested, as a New Year’s resolution, to doodle a day for a whole year that I began to hear a faint, whisper of myself. In the beginning of my doodle journey I had two simple rules: 1. Draw everyday
2. Despite the imperfections you must post it. My Instagram feed became my public, uncensored visual diary into my everyday life including the emotions and life lessons I experienced. On the 87th day I realized I had developed my own unique, artistic style, but it wasn’t until the 209th day that I recognized the true value of my voice. My voice has the power to decide who I am. It has the power to turn my imperfections into points of interests and my vulnerabilities into strengths. From that day on I promised myself to always honor my voice above all others. Today I wear my pinky ring as a reminder that I’m loved, valued, and purposed.
-Leanne

The Besties

Our rings symbolize so much: ten years as best friends, and a lifetime ahead as two girls who have made a pinky promise to choose ourselves no matter what life throws our way. Choosing ourselves, together, means we hold each other accountable: whether that means hitting the gym, drinking enough water, going after our dream careers or planning our summer in Paris (which we've been talking about since we were kids). Our pinky promise to choose ourselves and love ourselves, is sacred, and we intend to keep it.
-Sarah & Lucy