The locally designed African horn and gem jewelry pop-up store is even better than we (Charlotte and I) imagined. Statement-making oversized cuffs, smaller cuffs with ladylike gems or edgy brass studs, bracelets with funky animal hardware (spiders, scorpions, lions, and rams), sophisticated tabletop cups and napkin rings, and earrings and pendants galore are so. much. fun. (And a really interesting way to spruce up your accessories collection.) The best part is that the whole room full of Ashley Pittman goodness is discounted. Prices are slashed up to 75 percent off. Expect prices to run from about $35 to $500. Bring your momma on Sunday, the last day of the sale. Today through Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm at 4218 Oak Lawn, sandwiched between Drybar and Nosh.
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