• Elva Fields on the Runway

    The Younger Woman’s Club of Louisville hosted a fantastic fashion show on March 13th to raise funds for their annual charity campaign—the evening was a huge success with over 250 people enjoying cocktails, silent auction, and the runway show at 21C Museum Hotel. Several local boutiques, including our beloved Clodhoppers, showed off their favorite spring fashions with models sporting fabulous frocks and some key pieces from Elva Fields Jewelry’s spring line. Enjoy a few of our shining moments below! (Photos courtesy of Frankie Steele for the Courier-Journal)

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  • Elva Fields in Velocity Weekly

    Check out the fashion write-up by Javacia Harris from Velocity that included one of our favorite Deb necklace styles: “The ladies at Clodhoppers created an adorable outfit for a fun Saturday afternoon. Over the brown tights Shannon brought from home is a silk and cashmere sweater by Ella Moss ($238) and boots ($288) by Farylrobin Footwear. To break up the brown, we added Crush boot accessories ($58), which you can see peeking over the top of the boots. Shannon is also wearing an Elva Fields necklace designed by local artist Emily Wheat Maynard.” The necklace featured in the fashion spread is available at Clodhoppers at The Vogue, and a similar necklace is available for sale on our site!

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  • Give a Gift!

    Give a gift this holiday season…not just of beautiful jewelry but for the greater good! With each purchase, Elva Fields donates 5% of the sale price to one of three charitable organizations: the Chez Panisse Foundation, the Younger Woman’s Club of Louisville, and Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Check out our “About Us” page for links to each of these great organization’s websites—they are each very special to us here at Elva Fields and to the women for whom our jewelry lines are named. Perhaps they’ll become a worthwhile cause for you, too. Happy holidays!

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  • Green Girl Guide

    The stylish, eco-conscious writers at Green Girl Guide (one of the coolest websites on fashionable and beneficial green living out there) have featured our Deb line, the latest addition to Elva Fields Jewelry that uses entirely reclaimed vintage and antique components. We are thrilled and love that our green jewelry is making its way on the fashion radar!

    Check out the guide at Green Girl Guide


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  • Holiday Trunk Show


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