Review and Giveaway: Holly Yashi

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

With Mother's Day peeking around the corner, our giveaway for this week is a $100 gift certificate to use at Holly Yashi.

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I received the Jasmine Earrings ($45) and the Gigi Bracelet in Mint ($40). Both pieces are gorgeous! Mint green is one of my favorite colors to wear. Either piece would compliment any of the mint green dresses that I own.

Beside the beautiful Swarovski crystal laden design, I love the versatility and comfort that this bracelet provides. You can go simply solo or stunningly stacked with this bracelet.

They offer other colors for this bracelet style: Fuchsia/Jet/Turquoise, Honey/Gray, Peach/Olive, Amethyst/Turquoise/Clear or Purple/Olive.

Not only will you look mesmerizing, but be prepared to be lavished with compliments with the gorgeous Jasmine Earrings! These earrings feature drops of calcite punctuated with lyrical scrolls. If you like this particular style, you might also be interested in other similar styles: Rumara Earrings ($40), Alana Earrings ($48) or the Octavia Earrings ($45).

Stumped at what to get that special lady in your life for Mother's Day? Be sure to check out their Mother's Day Gift Idea's section.

About Holly Yashi: Holly Yashi was founded in 1981 by jewelry designer Holly Hosterman, creative director, and industrial artist Paul Lubitz, CEO/President.

Fresh out of college, Holly was working three jobs, while Paul “Yashi” Lubitz, was the high energy guy that always had a ton of ideas for businesses he wanted to start but had never held a “real job” for any stretch of time. What they didn’t know then, was no matter how different they were; they had a purpose in this world together.

When Paul suggested they start a jewelry business Holly agreed. They transformed a one-car garage into their studio I and started creating jewelry that was built on craft, creativity and innovation. Holly had no idea that decision would change the whole course of her life, and give her the opportunity to create jewelry that would inspire and excite women around the world.

They’ve come a long way from those garage days…While their northern California design studio is now fifteen thousand square feet they still honor the craft of jewelry making, hand-crafting their jewelry in small batches, preserving the value of each piece so it may live on for decades to come.

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