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Recap: Kendra Scott Winter Launch Party

While I’m a clothes horse, I’ve never been one for expensive jewelry—something my future husband will likely appreciate. I do love to match—everything. I get it from my mama. My purse has to match my outfit—the jewelry has to coordinate. Many days, I match my boyfriend—plaid shirts, dark jeans, brown shoes—I always feel better when we coordinate. My dog, Daisy Mae, is black-and-white with a pink collar, which goes nicely with my apartment’s décor. You get the picture.
kendra6Kendra Scott jewelry is affordable, and comes in every shape, color and metal (gold, silver, rose gold), you could ever need. Kendra Scott’s collections have certain staple styles: several versions of drop earrings, stud earrings, bracelets, necklaces in all styles—and then they come in more than 30 colors. You just consult the color bar—check it out on the website—and you can design jewelry sets or separates to match a certain dress or pull together an outfit that was missing a little bling.

Kendra Scott, a stunning blonde from Texas, has grown her jewelry empire rapidly, with 20+ stores across the United States. She employs bright, bubbly brand loyalists, like my friend, Brittney Ann of Hosting & Toasting, the local marketing manager for the newest Kendra Scott location, on Bethesda Row.

Kendra Scott also has a large charitable arm—Kendra Cares—that regularly donates portions of proceeds from store events to local charities.

The Bitches were invited to co-host the launch of the winter collection—titled Mirror Mirror and themed around Winter Wonderland. We partnered to raise money for the Children’s Inn at NIH.


The stylish guests were greeted with sparkling rosé from One Hope, another company with a charitable bend. There were enormous pink sugar cookies emblazoned with the Kendra logo, as well as macarons, a personal favorite.

There was girl talk, there were pictures, there was shopping.

We raised quite a bit of moola for the Children’s Inn at NIH, so thank you to everyone who came out to shop!

After the party, we all headed to Silver, a new American casual spot on Bethesda Row, for heavy appetizers, strong cocktails, and boozy milkshakes for those of us who were misbehaving.
Missed the party? Head out to Bethesda Row to visit Kendra Scott & Silver this weekend, Bitches.

Cori Sue

Co-Founder, Pro Bruncher

The co-founder of Bitches Who Brunch, Cori Sue loves brand strategy, social media, red wine, and pink lipstick.

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