A Collection of Handmade Native Fashions for Anyone's Wardrobe
|Photo by Kate Crowley.|
|Keep turquoise with you everyday....with your keys!|
Looking to add some turquoise to your life everyday? No need to wear it, just pick up an excellently crafted, Native made silver and turquoise key chain from the Heard Museum Shop. Let's face it -- it's probably time to upgrade your old key chain anyway.
If you're gift giving and looking for something for that hard to buy for uncle, something highly useful is always appreciated. Most of the key chains range in price from about $45 to $80.
2. Manitobah Mukluks
From http://www.manitobah.ca/ "Rock" these mocs.
"Aboriginally owned and operated," Manitobah Mukluks make authentic Canadian handmade mukluks, moccasins, and footwear. Many of their Métis creations feature a comfy vibram rubber sole to handle an unbran environment.
Comfy, functional and featured in Oprah Magazine, each sole features a design by a Native artist. There aren't any Arizona dealers but you can order online direct or from other popular retailers including Amazon and Nordstrom.
1. Sunglasses by Candace Halcro, Plains Cree/Métis
From http://shop.beyondbuckskin.com Stand out in these eye-catching frames!
Halcro is from Saskatchewan, Canada and her company, BrownBeaded, makes some really cool designs. Sunglasses are a necessity here in Arizona and Halcro's beaded sunglasses are affordable, one of kind, and sure to stand out.
From behind these shaded frames you can inconspicuously observe all the double takes you earn. You can pick up a pair at the Beyond Buckskin Boutique.