Spice up your look and find some unique jewelry at this weekend’s Annual Southwest Jewelry Unveiling. Living in the Southwest can go from our external environment and into the space of statement jewelry pieces with the inspired adornment of carefully curated western inspired jewelry. The North Scottsdale, Pinnacle Peak locations of My Sisters Closet and Well Suited will be in full effect this Saturday, November 18th.
Start shopping at 8am and find hundreds of options from turquoise to Native American and southwest jewelry items. The sale will feature one-of-a-kind items such as turquoise rings and bracelets, Squash Blossom Necklaces, Native American Cuffs, Concho belts and an array of men’s jewelry. Prices for these coveted items will range from $25 to over $1000. Moreover, this crowd is renowned for lining up early in an effort to procure the most interesting items offered, so serious shoppers must arrive early to have top pick.
Valley fashionistas surely shop at the My Sister’s Closet stores where trendy treasures get a second go through this thoughtful business model. These Eco-Chic Consignment stores sell consigned items at 60%-90% below their retail value. Having served as a stylish alternative for shop-a-holics for more than 26 years the company’s founder Ann Siner is also a renowned philanthropist and is well known for her giving efforts. Ann is a huge animal lover, who logs countless hours into organizations such as the AZ Humane Society and Helping Animals Live On (HALO). Her commitment to animal welfare is best seen through her constant support and leadership of the pet runway extravaganza, Compassion With Fashion.
My Sister's Closet, My Sister's Attic and Well Suited contribute revenue, manpower and unsold merchandise to their foundation, which in turn helps to protect wildlife in peril, heal women leaving abusive relationships, and end the euthanasia of unwanted dogs and cats. My Sisters' Charities are a certified 501(c)3 charitable organization. When shopping at their Thrift Store, 100% of net profits go back to non-profits in our community. Over the years we have proudly supported countless organizations. We are especially passionate about these causes.
For more information on the jewelry extravaganza and My Sister’s Charities visit www.mysisterscloset.com