November 28, 2020 2 min read

Jewelry Cases are Back!

The wait is over! We finally have jewelry cases back in stock – and just in time for the holidays!

Our turquoise Travel Series is popular year-round (we constantly have to reorder these jewelry cases!), but they’re particularly great gifts. They’re affordable, and you don’t have to worry about whether they will fit!

TheSanta Fe Jewelry Case is a fan favorite. It is specifically designed to smartly store things like your cuffs, rings, earrings, and necklaces, all the chunky Southwestern jewelry in your collection for easy, stylish toting. You can also add in theTucson Jewelry Keeper, a smaller square zippered case that’s great for holding a statement cluster cuff or whatever else you want to keep separate and organized. It nestles perfectly inside the Santa Fe Jewelry Case, so you can keep it all together. BUT, you’re going to want to snag one ASAP. For starters, they never last long, and as Audrey mentioned during the Taos launch, the price on the Santa Fe Case goes up on January 1st, so if you or your loved one have been eyeing one, you’d better get it now. (PRO TIP: Shopping for someone else? Really wow them by having a fun new piece of jewelry in it when they open it up!)

And don’t forget about theMarfa Makeup Organizer! As the name implies, it’s specifically designed for storing all your beauty goodies, but you can use it for just about anything – including jewelry. It’s got a spacious upper compartment for holding all kinds of cosmetics, and the zippered bottom compartment comes with a removable piece that’s perfect for keeping your brushes organized. It’s a great way to keep organized, and it’s a fabulous space-saver that’s pretty enough to sit out on the bathroom counter.

If you’re already stocked up on the current pieces in the travel series, stay tuned – there’s more coming! Cheryl is set on solving all your Southwestern-style storage woes, and she has designed two new awesome additions to the Turquoise Travel Series: The Bosque Belt Keeper for safely storing your statement concho belts (or any belts, really, but it’s deep enough for conchos) and The Squaw Valley Squash Keeper, a dual-sided case with straps to keep your squash in place and a thick padded divider to keep them safe. Brilliant!


THE TRAVEL SERIES


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