What You'll Get
Jewelry fuses art and wearability in a much-more-convenient manner than creaky knight armor or Rembrandt donning a pickle barrel. Enjoy conveniently classy accessories with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of jewelry, clothing, accessories, and sunglasses at whats-in-store, a Nashville-based fashion operation.
Founded by Dena Ferrell Nance, whats-in-store has been slinging fashion-forward jewelry and accessories since 2001. The signature Etched Collection is designed in-house and lasered out of recycled sheet metals. Hundreds of jewelry items, such as earrings, bracelets, rings, and brooches, are available to spicy up wardrobes and earlobes of both men and women. Scarves (starting at $10) add a dash of neck flair without resorting to cumbersome sandstone-sundial necklaces. Handbags (starting at $40) can conveniently tote bricks to use to pin down gas pedals when faking deaths via cliff-diving runaway cars.
Whats-in-store's cream-of-the crop items have sparkled around town in New York and Los Angeles on the necks, wrists, and earlobes of celebs including Taylor Swift, Jessica Simpson, and LeAnn Rimes. Whether customers are looking for a classy necklace or an anniversary present, whats-in-store has wheelbarrows of striking jewelry and accessories. Bait compliments and turn heads at parties, and trick marauding highway robobandits into thinking you're one of them with jewelry that looks like state-of-the-art cybernetic implants.
Seen on the hands, ears, and necks of celebrities such as LeAnn Rimes, Taylor Swift, and Jessica Simpson, whats-in-store’s jewelry has also been featured in Life & Style and Teen. Nashville City Paper conducted an interview with owner Dena Nance.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Not valid until 12/29. Not valid for gift cards, Rockbands, and Art Is In collections. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Tax and shipping not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.