• Hop on the 'Bus

    Since we have family in Columbus, Ohio (affectionately called “The ‘Bus”) we’ve been looking to find a store for Elva Fields in the area…and, after an afternoon of shopping last summer, we stumbled upon a fabulous boutique. You know, one of those stores that has everything you would carry if you were lucky enough to have a cute shop in a fun, happenin’ part of town?

    Collier West in the Short North Arts District of Columbus is just that kind of place—filled with vintage-inspired home accessories that are rooted in the past, but perfect for the present. And, even better, they feature fabulous jewelry! We are really looking forward to having some jewels included in this month’s celebrated Short North Gallery Hop, which is this Saturday, June 6th. The jewelry will remain on hand through the month of June, so stop in if you can—we hope to count some Buckeyes among our newest fans!

    And check out Collier West’s website. We’re betting you’ll fall as hard as we did.

    Collier West
    787 North High Street
    Columbus, OH 43215

    Posted by Emily Maynard
  • The Pages of Boho

    The only thing we loved more about the pages of Boho magazine (a new publication for stylish green living) than the fact that they are entirely made of 100% post-consumer fiber (thus reducing their ecological footprint by 8.2 American football fields full of trees, emissions of 5.1 cars per year, and water for a shower of 50.4 days) was that they were kind of enough to include Elva Fields Jewelry in them!

    The spring issue features one of our favorite necklaces in its “Recycled, Restyled, Reused” segment, which highlights eco-friendly items that lived a previous life as something else…before they were turned into a fresh, new design for today. We love that our jewelry is pictured among some beautiful, fun creations, and we think you’ll love the whole magazine! Pick up a copy at Barnes and Noble, Borders, Whole Foods, Hudson News, Universal News, or start a subscription at bohomag.com.

    Posted by Emily Maynard
  • Call to Post

    Well, race fans, the Derby is just around the corner, and lots of you are scrambling for last-minute fashion fixes for your trip to the Downs or to the swingin’ soiree or celebration. If you’re looking for some fantastic solutions to your spring wardrobe crisis, Clodhoppers at the Vogue has just the thing (or things!) Just yesterday we delivered the last round of jewels for the spring season, and some fabulous frocks caught our eye…but if jewelry is more your style, they have a great selection of Elva Fields, too. Below are just a few of what’s in store at Clodhoppers: for the Oaks Day Susan G. Komen Pink Out, a Louisville souvenir, or a Derby Day delight.

    Posted by Emily Maynard
  • Elva in Lexington

    We had the best time last night at our trunk show with Sparrow for Women at the Carl Meyers Co-Op in downtown Lexington, Kentucky! Lexington is such a great city, and we loved meeting so many new friends and seeing some old ones for the event as we tried on necklaces and earrings from the Elva Fields spring collection. Between good wine, delicious hors d’oeuvres, fabulous shop owners, beautiful clothes, and fun jewelry, we hated to hit the road back to Louisville at the end of the evening. Thanks for such a fantastic time, and we’ll look forward to another trunk show this summer!

    In the meantime…check out the goods at Sparrow for Women (and maybe even convince a friend or husband to come along…Crittenden for Men has great things for the guy in your life!)

    Sparrow for Women at the Carl Meyers Co-Op
    109 Walton Avenue
    Lexington, KY 40508

    Posted by Emily Maynard
  • Derby Scene

    We love the Courier Journal’s Her Scene magazine—it is Louisville’s fantastic guide to style, and here in the final stretch to Derby, their photo spreads of beautiful fasions arrived just in time! Elva Fields necklaces are part of a few track-side looks and also show up with a great party-worthy strapless dress in this season’s issue…just another reason we love this time of year in the Bluegrass…an excuse to throw on some jewels and enjoy the races on or off the track!

    Posted by Emily Maynard