It’s cheap, convenient, and makes you feel oh so good.
No, not that 1-900 number. Shopping at Elizabeth Carlock, the cheerful new online jewelry shop from a recent SMU grad.
Peruse the site for resort-inspired baubles like shell and coral necklaces, chunky turquoise rings, and cattle horn cuffs.
For every piece sold, Carlock donates partial proceeds to nonprofits such as The Akola Project, which offers economic development and relief for widows in rural African villages, and Dallas’s Elisa Project and Wilson Foundation. Next year she’ll visit Uganda to teach women jewelry and handbag design so they can sell their wares in the U.S. for fair wages.
Her creations are also available via trunk show parties, from which she’ll donate 15 percent of proceeds to the charity of your choice.
So you can feel all warm and fuzzy.
Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth Carlock Designs