Jewelry can make an outfit sparkle, though only exposure to dangerous amounts of radiation can make it truly glow. Stay safe while looking sharp with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $60 worth of sterling-silver jewelry at Castle Gap Jewelry, located in The Plaza at Preston Center.
Maxine Bennett, a 91-year-old member of Castle Gap Jewelry's founding family, wields a fashion sense honed during world travels to showcase a large selection of genuine sterling-silver jewelry. Bennett collects a variety of Native American–made items and told Nadia Hill of the Preston Hollow Advocate that "every piece is different and reflects the artist." An intricate stamped-triangle band ($55) by Navajo artist Orville White helps wearers explain the Pythagorean theorem. Sets of ball-stud earrings ($4) lend simple sophistication to lobes, and pairs of Balinese blue-topaz hammered ellipse earrings ($60) add sparkle parallel to necks. Shoppers can browse Coreen Cordova's collection of stylish and detachable pendants or find a turquoise-and-leather bolo tie ($110) to dress up a Western-style or serve as a garter at a Western-style wedding.