Angel Number Jewelry to Wear When You Need a Little Luck

The trend that has me googling number sequences all day long.

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I'll admit: I'm a pretty superstitious person. I knock on wood, refuse to set my purse on the floor, and, most whimsically, I always make a wish when I glance at the clock (read: my phone) and see that it's 11:11. And within the last year or so, I've had more and more opportunities to read significance into my compulsive phone-checking habit, because the new hot topic in contemporary spirituality is the concept of the angel number.

What is an angel number?

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Great question. An angel number is any number made up of repeating digits, like 111, 222, 333, and so on. Each angel number is supposed to have a special significance, so when someone sees the angel number while going about their daily life, it means that the universe is trying to communicate a specific message to that person.

What does each angel number mean?

000: 0 is the ultimate square one. It's a symbol of new beginnings, so if you're unhappy, hold tight: There's a whole new story for you just waiting to be written (cue that Natasha Bedingfield song).

111: Whatever you're manifesting is coming to you, so stay focused and trust your intuition.

222: Be present, trust the process, and know that, for now, you are exactly where you need to be.

333: Take care of yourself! Self-care is a holistic process that should include mind, body, and spirit.

444: Relax and know that you're protected. Whether you believe in angels, spirit guides, the universe―whatever―know that you're being watching over and that you're going to be just fine.

555: The times, they are a-changin'! Get ready for the universe to take you on a brand new journey.

666: This number gets a pretty bad rap because of its association with Satanism, but it's all a matter of perspective! Think of 666 more so as encouragement to explore your shadow self and re-center. Ask yourself: How are you living your life? Are your habits and beliefs serving you?

777: Luck/the universe/the angels are on your side. Keep doing what you're doing and heading where you're heading.

888: This number is all about abundance! Whether it's money, opportunity, or love, tons of blessings are headed your way, so remain grateful and watch the rest flow in.

999: Think of 9 as a finish line (hehe, do you like my rhyme?). Tie up your loose ends and finish the undertaking in front of you―you're almost there!

1010: Trust your intuition and tap into your favorite qualities in yourself. If you've experienced challenges recently, it's time to turn inward and focus on living life authentically.

1111: You're headed in the right direction, so keep your eyes on the prize and know that these difficulties, too, shall pass. And make a wish!

1212: Your relationships are going well, and they will continue to do so as long as you maintain peace within yourself.

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Now that you know what all these numbers mean, I bet you have another question: What does this have to do with jewelry?

When people are trying to manifest certain outcomes in their lives or if they feel that a certain angel number resonates with them, they might don a necklace with that number. Take, for instance, Beyoncé and Jay-Z's attachment to the number 4, culminating in Jay-Z naming his 2017 album 4:44.

So, if you're a believer in manifesting and angel numbers, or if you aspire to be as much like Beyoncé as possible—or if you simply love staying on-trend—check out these chic angel number jewelry pieces below, and be sure to make a wish when you do.

Our Favorite Angel Number Jewelry Pieces

Gabrielle Ulubay
Beauty Writer

Gabrielle Ulubay is a Beauty Writer at Marie Claire. She has also written about sexual wellness, politics, culture, and fashion at Marie Claire and at publications including The New York Times, HuffPost Personal, Bustle, Alma, Muskrat Magazine, O'Bheal, and elsewhere. Her personal essay in The New York Times' Modern Love column kickstarted her professional writing career in 2018, and that piece has since been printed in the 2019 revised edition of the Modern Love book. Having studied history, international relations, and film, she has made films on politics and gender equity in addition to writing about cinema for Film Ireland, University College Cork, and on her personal blog, Before working with Marie Claire, Gabrielle worked in local government, higher education, and sales, and has resided in four countries and counting. She has worked extensively in the e-commerce and sales spaces since 2020, and spent two years at Drizly, where she developed an expertise in finding the best, highest quality goods and experiences money can buy.

Deeply political, she believes that skincare, haircare, and sexual wellness are central tenets to one's overall health and fights for them to be taken seriously, especially for people of color. She also loves studying makeup as a means of artistic expression, drawing on her experience as an artist in her analysis of beauty trends. She's based in New York City, where she can be found watching movies or running her art business when she isn't writing. Find her on Twitter at @GabrielleUlubay or on Instagram at @gabrielle.ulubay, or follow her art at