Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Pink Salt Riot For#Holiday2020

Pink Salt Riot was founded in 2015 by Jill Simons, a mom with two under two in Tulsa, OK. She imagined a brand that partnered with women to bring the best of their faithful intentions into their everyday life through high quality handmade items. Jill still designs every piece Pink Salt Riot sells, and now she has a team of amazing women that help her run this whole shebang. Everything you purchase from Pink Salt Riot is made, designed, and shipped out from the studio in midtown Tulsa.
Bear Fruit Tank
Start conversations about Christ’s call for us to bear fruit as Christians with this eye catching tank! These shirts ship directly from the printer and therefore will not arrive with the rest of your Pink Salt Riot goodies if you order other items from the shop as well. But it is worth the wait, as it is beautiful and comfy!
Lettered Lace Pendant Necklace
The Lettered Lace collection features a variety of words hand lettered from top to bottom and mirrored to create unique geometrics with a hidden meaning. Totally obscured when worn vertically, the word comes into focus when laid on its side. These pieces speak to humanity’s duel desire for truth and beauty in the lovely lines of the geometrics and the deep inspirational spark the words themselves invoke – the two functions woven seamlessly together. The wood is finished cherry, and the the necklace itself is effortlessly lightweight, despite being long. Each design is hand drawn by the Creative Director and cut in the studio with a laser before the necklace is assembled by hand by a team of makers. The necklace is 30 inches long with a lobster clasp.

Check it all out at Pink Salt Riot on Facebook, as well as Pink Salt Riot on Instagram
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