SuthinGirl 2016 Holiday Wish List: Bijoux

December 13, 2016

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Hahahahahah!!! Let’s just assume we all know better and get right down to it, shall we? Thaaaat’s right, I’m talking about jewelry!

My favorite day in the song Twelve Days of Christmas has always been the Fifth Day…five golden rings! Oh girls, how I love collecting jewelry. For me, it’s so sentimental and romantic. A way to remember and reflect, and to keep special people, places and moments with me forever.

When I give the gift of jewelry, I follow the same philosophy: there’s always a soul and a story to each piece unique to the person for whom it was chosen.

For the holidays, I’ve curated a capsule collection of my favorite pieces of southern-inspired jewelry from Charleston’s Gold Creations and Sea + Stone in Mt. Pleasant that would make gasp-worthy gifts for those you love.

And hey, I hear you made Santa’s Nice List (I never doubted it for a moment!) Perhaps you’ll see a thing or two that catches your eye…


Gold Creations jewelry expresses a rich blend of past and present, with southern flavor.

I’m a shop small kind a girl. I met Lizzy, a member of the second generation working in the Gold Creations family business, at an event in Charleston this past spring. She’s one of those people who smiles and you find yourself smiling, too.

To shop, simply click any item below and away you go!

Lizzy loves SuthinGirls, so she created a special little treat for you to use when you shop online! (The last day to order for guaranteed holiday delivery is this Friday, 12/16.)

Enter code SUTHINGIRL at checkout for free priority shipping.

The Charleston Gates Collection



Gardenia Gate Charm in 14k white and yellow gold


Meeting Gate Charm in 14k gold

Charleston Rice Beads



These Rice Bead Hoop Earrings go with literally everrrrryyything and yet have a distinct style that will get lots of compliments.



Charleston Rice Bead Bracelets are meant to be worn in bunches! (And with charms.) Choose from a set of three sterling silver bracelets featuring one rose gold plated and one yellow gold plated, or a set of three sterling silver bracelets: one tiny, one medium and one jumbo sized beads.



I am in LOVE with this line of handmade jewelry out of Charleston. Featuring gold-dipped coastal treasures found on beaches throughout the south and natural elements like deer skin suede and horn, there’s so much southern soul in every piece.

sea-and-stone-earringssea-and-stone-braceletsea-and-stone-necklace-3Of course, being a Savannah girl, I can’t look at an oyster without getting a hometown feel good. Dean gave me the necklace on the bottom earlier this year and I wear it all the time!

Up Next: SuthinGirl Holiday Wish List for Fashionistas

Girl, don’t you worry. Gift ideas for the fellas coming soon on @SuthinGirl!


Holiday Greetings from Gold Creations

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