The folks at Lotus Jayne are fiercely devoted to their customer’s needs. They don’t feel that these women, many of whom they know firsthand, are very well served when it comes to holiday shopping.
“Just how many parties does one go to in December anyway?” says Jill Kimball, Lotus Jayne’s founder. “Our customers are primarily moms and working women. They do dress up and go out, sure, but most are shopping for jewelry or scarves that are wearable, ones that can go from day to evening, well-made, ethically sourced, and will add style and polish to their look. Oh, and affordable. Above all, affordable.”
“All too often, however, at holiday time they either find mass-produced items that are too glittery for them or stuff that may be on-trend but is of dubious quality, like scarves that look stylish but pill up in a month. They can also find fair trade goods online that they aren’t too crazy about wearing. On the other end of the spectrum are some really fantastic products, increasingly ethically produced, but they can’t afford them. Period. It’s frustrating for them.”
Enter The Tiny, Beautiful Treasures Collection. Go to LotusJayne.com, Lotus Jayne’s online store, and you will see necklaces with handcrafted charms and gemstones sourced fairly from the Karen Hill Tribe of Thailand. One best-selling necklace knots up a cluster of three tiny gold vermeil nuggets and hangs them from a twisted silk cord. There are layering bracelets with rows of shimmering garnets, amethysts, emeralds, and even rubies strung between lengths of airy, light chain. Another popular seller updates the stodgy strand of pearls with one over sized pearl on a chain, where it is free to slide and move with you, surprisingly modern and sexy, for only $18.
These fair trade, affordable (under $30), and fresh looks have created a dedicated following for Lotus Jayne. Why not join them? Shop Lotus Jayne today for affordable, ethically made holiday gifts, accessories, apparel, and decor.
This guest post is by Jill Kimball, founder of Lotus Jayne. Read why she started Lotus Jayne here.