Product review: Fin + Flora Jewelry

I have mentioned several times in the past how strongly I feel about supporting local businesses, therefore you can imagine my delight when I learned a friend I went to high school with was making her own jewelry.

I ran into the owner of Fin + Flora Jewelry around Christmas time, and she informed me that she had started to make handmade jewelry, as some of her relatives are jewelry makers. Soon after, she launched her business, along with her awesome Instagram page and website, and began selling her recycled metal stackable rings.

Fin + Flora currently has two styles of stackable rings available for purchase; the distressed stackable thin band, and the distressed stackable thick band. The thin band retails for $12.00, and the thick for $16.00.

Aside from Fin + Flora’s beautifully crafted rings, the company is also incredibly altruistic in an environmental sense. Every piece of jewelry the company manufactures is “handmade with recycled metal to promote ocean conservation without compromising quality or style,” the website says, demonstrating the company’s commitment to environmental protection and conservation.

I ordered two of the thin bands for myself, which you can see in the header image of this post, and I couldn’t be happier with them. Their sleek, simple, and modern design allows them to be worn daily without compromise, and they can easily be paired with other jewelry without overwhelming the hand you wear the jewelry on. Plus, the owner of the company adds personal details to every order, something that is hard to come by these days.

Fin + Flora operates with an admirable cause in mind, and their products are stylish, so incredibly affordable, and are made close to home. If you haven’t already, I strongly encourage you to check out the site and Instagram page. The owner of Fin + Flora has a fantastic social media presence, and often participates in giveaways.

Check her out, folks!

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