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Foxy Originals Jewelry Review

Jen Kluger and Suzie Orol founded Foxy Originals!
Jen Kluger and Suzie Orol

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If you're looking for jewelry that combines modern class and youthful sass, look no further than Foxy Originals. This designer-style collection is taking North America by storm and has been spotted on celebrities like Nelly Furtado! Read on to find out about the company and the collection!


Foxy Originals - The Company

Founded in 1998, Foxy is the brainchild of friends Jen Kluger and Suzie Orol, who began their business while attending university. The girls sold their first pieces to friends, and as their products became more popular, they began selling in boutiques and at summer festivals and concerts. After graduating from business school, the girls decided to pursue their passion for jewelry full-time. Today, the co-founders/designers operate their business out of Toronto, Canada. Their products are sold in over 250 stores across Canada and the US, in places like Beverly Hills, Hawaii, Vancouver and New York. What's up next for the girls? Foxy Originals will soon be sold in Australia and Europe!


Foxy Originals - The Collection

  • The five lines are Goddess, Jet Set, Retro Beach, Fusion and Get Fresh.
  • Their latest line, Goddess, is inspired by this spring/summer's feminine look, featuring lots of flower designs.
  • Our favorite is the Muse Necklace - it's the ultimate piece for the goddess in you!
  • The pieces are designed with the hottest colours of the season in mind.
  • The collection consists of bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings and brooches ($18-$40 per item).
  • Many pendants are two-sided, and some necklaces can be worn in more than one way.
  • The designs are made from pewter and sterling silver and finished with colored enamel, glass stones, leather and ultra-suede.
  • The jewelry ranges from casual to sophisticated, so you'll look stylish when you're at the mall, beach, school or prom.

  • Visit www.foxyoriginals.com to see where you can buy this great jewelry line!

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