Nicole Harlow has always liked jewelry that tells a unique story. From going through her mom’s jewelry box, to visiting New Mexico’s finest leather shops with her dad, Harlow knew she wanted to pursue jewelry-making as a career.
A Sister Moon may soon rise in Oxford. A University of Mississippi student who has made a name for herself locally and beyond selling unique handcrafted jewelry is embarking on a new family business. Young entrepreneur Sara Caroline Bridgers, 19, is working on a new venture with her older sister, Alli Bridgers, called “Sister Moon.” They plan to create an embroidery business personalizing clothing and accessories with special sayings, some that are unique to the Bridgers family.
By Anna Bess Pavlakovich Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram is full of young entrepreneurs who are creating their own masterpieces, but some stand out. Wren Bell, 19, is founder of All Crossed Up […]
Reagan Smith Oxford Stories email@example.com Dallas native Marielle Mosley, 21, started a successful jewelry line from her University of Mississippi dorm room. The marketing major and an art minor hopes to attend […]
Emma McCabe Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org A University of Mississippi sophomore creates her own custom art and jewelry for friends and family. She is working on prices for some of her art […]