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Sick of Sticker Shock, College Grad Launches Budget Jewelry Shop for Millennial Women

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After Avonda Turner discovered that young women on an entry-level salary often can’t afford statement jewelry that isn’t cheaply made, she founded the Erin/Anderson online shop based in Washington, D.C., the Washingtonian writes. The article says she launched the store in the fall of 2015, offering new products every two weeks with free shipping. Erin/Anderson’s minimalist, gold-tone pieces range from $12 to $40. Turner is also planning to bring pop-up shops to other cities.

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