Recently, I had the pleasure of visiting Kendra Scott’s fabulous color bar in Savannah. Today, most women love Kendra Scott and her popular jewelry line. If you typically have trouble deciding what to purchase while shopping, then the color bar was designed with you in mind. Their fabulous consultants will pair you the ideal jewelry that compliments your skin tone and personal style. This is a unique shopping experience that makes it interactive for shoppers, while still allowing you to consult with the sales associate if you need help deciding what looks best. Thus, this is likely to be a growing shopping trend in the 21st century. Thanks to the great success of her jewelry lines, you can visit her stores in person, shop online, and even customize your own jewelry via her website. I truly admire the fact that Kendra fixated on her innate ability to incorporate natural stones in customized shapes, which is what catapulted her into the jewelry business. Her focus on timeless jewelry allows her to win over countless fans, media, and celebrities.
Kendra Scott started her business just three months after her first son was born, with only $500 initially invested in this venture. Her greatest strength was impressing customers with her infectious personality and incredible eye for design. Today, the company continues to design and operate out of Austin, TX with a focus on family, fashion & philanthropy. In the past year, the company donated $1M and 50,000 pieces of jewelry while working with over 1,000 local and national organizations. Her passion for helping those that are less fortunate is truly inspirational.
I had such a wonderful experience shopping in the Kendra Scott store on Broughton Street, and their associates were a great help when it came to selecting the ideal jewels. I tried on many different pieces, and ended up choosing the Elyse ring with a stone that I could wear with almost anything. I truly admire Kendra Scott’s brand for many of her deep-rooted principles, such as giving back to the greater community. Her company still designs and manufactures their jewelry from Austin, Texas, and fixates their vision on family, fashion, and philanthropy.