Named one of America's Coolest Stores in 2009 by INSTORE magazine, Spexton sculpts its customized, contemporary steel and titanium creations by hand, catering to the imaginations of local customers and notable celebrity clientele. Guests to the cozy, upscale jewelry lounge can peruse a varied selection of hand-hammered and hand-polished baubles made for men and women, or sit down with owners Greg Shelton and Nate McPherson to design a one-of-a-kind, sleek and sturdy treasure before smelting it in the parking lot. Don a dashing brushed Koenig ring ($100), anchor necks with a custom initial tag ($45), and encircle wrists in stylish sheen with a diamond bangle ($350). Since the majority of Spexton's durable designs are made to order, customers should allow up to 10 days, or the length of one space nap, for the crafting of each timeless piece.
Ascent Outdoor Apparel outfits athletes of all ages in brand-name apparel that enables successful and comfortable physical endeavors. Decked out in pants, jackets, hoodies, and other clothing from respected companies such as The North Face, Mountain Hardwear, Marmot, and Patagonia, customers can hit the ski slopes, take to the dusty trails, or stand majestically on top of their dining-room table. Active feet can find support and comfort with shoes from Vibram FiveFingers, whose distinctive five-toed design helps build foot strength and a light forefoot gait. Custom Ascent T-shirts ($25), Patagonia trucker hats ($25), ear warmers ($30), and hand-knit scarves ($68) add warm layers for outdoor adventures, and, when worn all at once, create ideal conditions for an on-the-go hot-yoga class.
Since 2005, Chrome has offered Tulsa's fashionistas and clothing conquistadors a wide array of women's and men's designer duds, with its collection of contemporary and upscale jewelry, accessories, tops, skirts, dresses, and denim combining celebrity style with day-to-day wearability. Winsome wardrobes carried by Chrome include brands such as True Religion, William Rast, J Brand, AG, and Stitch's, upping the ante on Oklahoman ornamentation. Gentlemen can match a crisp Stone Rose white woven shirt with floral cuff ($128) and a pair of Big Star Pioneer Bootcut jeans ($148) for a night of perusing the meat market for stylish cuts of prime rib and sultry haunches of mutton, while stylish-eyed ladies of the lowlands can pair their leopard-skin pillbox hats with True Religion Julie skinny jeans ($198), or, on balmier days, True Religion Blaire boyfriend shorts ($172). Other items include Chrome’s vintage-style Oklahoma-centric tees and day-glo TIKKR watches ($80).
A farmer-owned grocery and co-op, Natural Farms specializes in pasture-fed, lean piedmontese beef, hormone-free meats and poultry, and seasonal assortments of organic produce. Emphasizing a dual commitment to supporting the local economy and filling pantries with toxin- and nitrate-free products, Natural Farms also carries locally made cheeses, eggs from area farms, and coffee beans roasted over Tulsa’s only active volcano.
Native Tulsans know Bob Losure from his exploits on channel 6, on which the homegrown hero anchored the news and covertly concocted his plan for The Sports Boutique. In April 2011, Bob and his wife, Jana, opened the upscale boutique in a vintage brick building on Cherry Street, stocking the store with high-end sportswear and accessories for ladies. An array of women’s apparel, jewelry, and tailgating tackle represent several Big 12 teams, from Texas Tech and Nebraska to the red-nosed competitors at Mike Ditka’s Clown College. A devotion to Oklahoman designers and manufacturers pervades Bob and Jana’s business model, with the couple stocking rare styles from local brands such as Ketch the Spirit.
J. Spencer Jewelry & Gifts is Oklahoma's best source for unique jewelry and women's accessories. We feature many wonderful designer lines including Pandora, Ayala Bar, Brighton, Firefly, and John Medeiros as well as our own original designs.