What started as a simple idea has grown to one of the fastest growing online jewelry boutiques. Started this summer Love & Pieces has experienced instant fan fair and has been seeing traffic doubling month over month. The owner Elissa Spektor started Love & Pieces when looking online for some different jewelry options. The mother of two was tired of looking at huge online jewelry stores that carried tons of subpar items and no real attention to curation. "I wanted a site that had been vetted by someone with style. While I knew exactly what I liked, I was tired of wading through all the junk." She set out to build a place for women like herself.
A couple months in the planning Elissa researched hundreds of brands ultimately deciding on an initial group of fifteen fashion jewelry designers. "I wanted a selection of fashion jewelry designers that weren't all the same and that brought something different or the table." The result is something that’s quite impressive. The pieces are trendy and current and unfortunately will make you want to spend all your money there. It’s a refreshing change to the big box online stores and the homemade little Etsy stores.
A background in fashion design and experience as a buyer from a large department store have no doubt been a large reason for the incredible rate of growth at Love & Pieces. Based out of Miami Beach the selection has a funky edge with a touch of bohemian vibe. The pieces range from funky gold rings to hand weaved necklaces from the UK. In addition to woman's jewelry they offer a full selection of children's jewelry which make great gift options. All purchases come gift wrapped at no cost and they offer free shipping for purchases over $100. "We find that people appreciate the personalized attention we can give them and our customer service. I know how I like to be treated and I make sure we provide that with each and every order." said Elissa.
Love & Pieces | Curated Online Jewelry Boutique | http://www.loveandpieces.com
P.S. Here is a funny story about how they actually coordinated their launch photo you see here.