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  • Special Weekend Gifts

    Special Weekend Gifts
    If you've visited our site in the last few days or so you may have noticed things have changed slightly. We are currently undergoing a complete redesign of our website in a continuing effort to create as pleasant a shopping experience for our incredible customers as we possibly can. To celebrate that effort we will be giving away a free gift with each sale this weekend 6/14 to 6/16 to show our appreciation to all our supporters!

    Thank you and happy shopping!
  • New Collection Releasing Saturday 5/18!!!

    "Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world." - Harriet Tubman

    We are so ecstatic to be releasing a new collection tomorrow Saturday 5/18! Our Vintage Stardust set of high quality stainless steel Gold earrings and necklaces represent our respect for iconic individuals like Harriet Tubman and how her passion, strength and "reach for the stars" changed the world for the better. 

    Below you can find a preview of what's to come, stay tuned and as always Happy Shopping!!

  • Happy First Day of Spring!!!

    Happy First Day of Spring!!!

    Tis the season for flower blossoms, baseball, pastel colors, picnics, playoff basketball and Easter egg hunts...

    None of which matters as much as the new KC Chic designs we will be releasing with beautiful Spring themes! Below you can find a small sneak peek of just a handful of our upcoming pieces and don't forget to keep an eye out for some amazing savings from the limited bundles we will be featuring on the weekends.


  • The Origin of Valentine's Day

    The Origin of Valentine's Day

    In two weeks an estimated 1 billion Valentine’s Day cards will be sent out to loved ones across the world, but how and when did this beautiful tradition begin?

    During the third century in Rome the Emperor Claudius II outlawed marriage among young men because he believed that single men made better soldiers than those with wives and families. St. Valentine was a priest that was jailed and martyred for continuing to marry young lovers in secret despite the Emperor's decree.

    At the end of the 5th century Pope Gelasius I replaced the Roman festival of Lupercalia with St. Valentine's Day. The Lupercalia festival, which was held in mid-February, celebrated the coming of spring with fertility rituals and the pairing of single women and men via a lottery. The day later became a celebration of romance sometime around the 14th century with the oldest recorded Valentine poem being written in 1415 by Charles, Duke of Orleans to his wife.