May 05, 2018
Lots of new warm weather gear has been arriving this week! Arriving just in time to make the perfect Mother's Day gift, bracelets from T. Jazelle. These stackable stone bracelets have sterling silver charms that make each one something special and give meaning to your gift.
T. Jazelle was created upon the vision of a young entreprenuer that had a love for fashion and a passion for creating. Tiffany, the Founder and Creative Designer behind T. Jazelle has always had a strong love for creating jewelry for others, with each piece always having its own unique meaning for the wearer.
The core idea of TJ began when Tiffany was making gemstone bracelets for friends and family, pairing a concept of meaningful semi-precious stones with inspirational charms. After graduating college, Tiffany took on what she thought would be her dream job in the Corporate World. Shortly after she realized “her passion for creating inspirational gifts” was what truly made her happy day to day. With the strong belief, love and support from her family and friends, this free spirited & driven girl took a leap of faith putting the Corporate world behind her and making this TJ dream a reality!
T. Jazelle would soon become a nationally carried lifestyle brand. Tiffany takes pride in each piece that she creates, along with the connection it brings to those who wear them. Tiffany has an artistic eye for the balance of unique colors with styles and fashion and she believes that most women better define themselves of who they are and how they feel by the way certain styles and accessories appeal to them.
T. Jazelle is handcrafted on Cape Cod, Ma in an original barn from the 1800’s with a rustic feel and bohemian vibe. Each piece of her work is designed by Tiffany beginning with the selection of precious stones then matching them with an array of charms to create a beautiful and stylish design that has a special and precious meaning to those that wear it.
March 05, 2020
January 24, 2020
Before St. Valentine even existed, the Romans celebrated a mid-february fertility festival that involved the sacrifice of a goat to encourage successful marriages and agriculture. Luckily, it’s 2020, and these days, cards, flowers, and chocolates are totally acceptable substitutes for animal sacrifice.
Read some of Quinn's favorite ideas for a thoughtful valentines gift.
January 07, 2020