Alizah Olivas Jewelry Pop-up This Weekend in the Shop

Alizah Olivas will be showcasing her fall/winter collection of jewelry all weekend at CAPERS. Her signature fine-silver rings around pounded discs of silver, copper and brass have been a CAPERS customer favorite for years.

Alizah’s newest collection features semi-precious stones, mixed metals in a single piece and chains embellished with semi-precious stones. All are perfect for giving this holiday season.

Alizah will be in the shop Saturday, December 16 from 10-6 and Sunday, December 17 from 10-5. Hope you can stop by to enjoy the beauty.

For all the Gals…….the Gifts for Her list.

They say CAPERS is the place in the neighborhood to find a gift for the gal on your list and we couldn’t agree more……..with new goods arriving daily and jewelry trunk shows every weekend we are ready to wrap up the perfect gift.

With just 11 days to Christmas Eve, for many the hunt is on for that perfect gift for her and we can help. CAPERS offers many classic quality, fair trade, sustainable and local options sure to please such as:

·      Luxurious Selke fleece, hooded robes from Pine Cone Hill in navy, light blue, white, pink or multi-color stripes

·      BedHead pajamas by Renee Claire in simple, elegant pink- or blue-and-white stripes made with 100% cotton, flannel sets with seasonal patterns and cotton knit

·      Emilime fair trade alpaca and Andean sheep wool hats, scarves and on-trend fingerless gloves

·      Soap & Paper Factory’s shea butter hand creams in popular scents such as bourbon vanilla, orange bitter pomegranate, muddied peppermint and more

·      One-of-a-kind sterling silver, brass and shibori (a mix of copper and silver which connotes a rose gold hue) pieces from local jewelry artisans such as Joanna Morgan (now through Dec 14), Alizah Olivas (Dec 16-17) and Potluck Paris (Dec 23-24)

·      Seasonal candles that are not only fragrant, but crafted from 100% renewable resources such as Lovely & Luminous’ “Snow” made from a vegetable wax blend that burns up to 100 hours

·      Timeless ornaments such as Roost’s brass feathers and spirit animals as shown in the December 2017 issue of Real Simple

·      Or compelling reads such as The House That Pinterest Built by Diane Keaton, A Glorious Freedom by Lisa Congdon, or PNW Veg by Seattle’s own Kim O’Donnel