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Hot Jewelry Trends for Seniors!

covet  is located on main street in downtown New Richmond, WI.

covet is located on main street in downtown New Richmond, WI.

“covet?” “I love covet” “what's in there?” “such a cute store” “I have to get in there!” “Have you seen the socks?” “On main street?” “I love her dog!” Do any of these sound familiar? Yes! covet is a contemporary jewelry boutique downtown New Richmond!

Owner Devon Driscoll gives us insight on the hot new trends in jewelry for high school seniors!  

"We're pushing the boundaries with new designers this season with a focus on geometric shapes and larger statement pieces!"  

Black and 14 kt gold concrete jewelry made in Minneapolis

Raw stone and mixed metal long pendants. Perfect for any season, any outfit and especially for high school seniors. Two besties make these in Minneapolis and are a customer favorite.

covet's focus is to highlight and support independent designers. "We have personal relationships with each of our 40 jewelry designers and makers of our fun giftware. Why is that important? We are able to offer fresh concepts with the highest quality at amazingly affordable prices."  We buy directly from the designers and with Devon being a metalsmith the perfection in quality is a must.

Many pieces are made just for covet and you won't see anywhere else. We don't follow trends but rather offer pairings to highlight your own personal style. From classics with a contemporary twist to innovative uses of materials, covet is your go to for unique jewelry!

"We love helping seniors pick out the best jewelry pieces for their outfits for their photo session!"  And as an NPDP exclusive-Mention this blog post and receive 20% off one item when you visit!

Devon Driscoll-My background is in architecture and jewelry design...I spent years selling my own jewelry to museum shops, art galleries, boutiques and traveled to high end art shows. Moving back to the area after 15 years I thought New Richmond needs a cool place to shop! I decided to hone in on my skills and offer a carefully curated boutique that was an exciting place to visit.  Our concept blossomed into an excitement from both the designers and customers. 

by Nate Peterson