This sustainable Toronto brand has got you covered with gifts for everyone on your list
Anyone who's had to ready their elbows at the Eaton Centre during late December will be able to tell you that it's never too early to start tackling your holiday shopping, and with Black Friday fast approaching, there's certainly no better time to get it done for less.
If you're stuck on what to get the loved ones on your list this season, one Toronto brand has made it easy to find beautiful, giftable goodness for everyone, at any price point you're working with, too.
For the uninitiated, Mejuri is one of the city's biggest local success stories, becoming the name for accessible fine jewelry over just a few years, and locals can head to either 906 Dundas West or Yorkdale Mall for the true in-store experience.
Worn by the likes of Oprah, Lizzo, Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, Mejuri pieces are all about expressing yourself, and also redefining the idea of luxury.
The elegant, stylish pieces are meant to serve as accessory staples for a lifetime, and are the perfect way to show someone you care this holiday season. Luckily, the brand's sale of the year is coming up soon starting November 23, offering you the best deals on quality.
Here are some of the best-selling pieces at different price points to get you started:
Mejuri has a ton of designs for under $150, including some of their best-selling earrings, rings and necklaces.
Even Mejuri's highest price point is a steal for fine jewelry, and for over $500, you can get some phenomenal pieces, from classics to something more modern and unique.
For her, perhaps the beautiful Wishbone Stacker Set of rings with 14k solid gold and pavé diamonds.
And for him, there's the Black Onyx Square Signet Ring, bound to make a statement.
Shop online now, or shop in-store at 906 Dundas St West or Yorkdale Mall to try your favourite items on IRL!
And with Black Friday, you can take an extra 20 per cent off everything if you spend $150 — so get your wishlist checked off before this incredible sale ends on November 28.
Fareen Karim & Mejuri
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