Don’t you love finding locally created lines that are truly awesome?? I am so excited to introduce you guys to an incredible jewelry line, Twine and Twig. This line is created by two sisters in Charlotte, Elizabeth Stafford White and Jacquelyn Stafford Buckner, and it is amazeballs. Their love for the outdoors inspired this natural and organic line of necklaces
How adorable are Elizabeth and Jacquelyn?
Twine and Twig was just recently featured at the Garden and Gun Jubilee here in Charleston. Each Twine and Twig piece is one of a kind, handcrafted and designed by Elizabeth and Jacquelyn. Each necklace is hand tied with their signature suede
strap, and features unique and naturally sourced eco-friendly materials
from regions throughout the world.
They have several different necklace types: shells, tips, horse hair tassels, teeth and spines. You can see some of the different styles below.
I have two of the necklaces and just adore them. They are the perfect unique piece to toss on with a plain tee or sweater. I own a tip and a shell necklace and love them equally. They are such statement pieces and I love that.
Side note- yes these picture were taken in a parking lot, Sterling’s school parking lot if you are curious. Keeping things real this Momma doesn’t have time for exotic backgrounds, but I wanted you to see how the necklaces looked with my whole outfit.
They also carry a line for kids called Twine and Twig Littles that I die over. You better believe Frances Moon will be rocking these when she is a little older.
They hope to have an online shop soon but in the meantime, they are carried in a few select stores on the east coast. Here in Charleston you can find them at :
268 King Street
For a complete list of all other stores that carry Twine and Twig click HERE.
You can also email the girls at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to place a specific order.
Prices start at $115.
I will leave you with a few pictures of the necklaces styled perfectly. Seriously you must check this
line out, such cool handmade necklaces. Support local artists!