You’re trying to find the perfect gift for the car enthusiast on your list and don’t even know where to start. Most of the gifts for car lovers are targeted towards the male audience, but there is a growing market for items for women who love cars as well. The market has been devoid of products, brands and even acknowledgment of these women, leaving them without much to choose from – or items they may want as a gift. After all, not every women wants to accent her car in hot pink or add eyelashes to the headlights.
And answering the call of women car enthusiasts everywhere is Crash Jewelry, a small bespoke jewelry company out of Los Angeles that makes automotive based jewelry with a softer feminine touch.
Crash Jewelry was created by designer Christi Schimpke when she moved her business into her husbands autobody shop. She takes discarded (and often abused) side panels, fenders and other large metal pieces from luxury cars and turns them into one of a kind piece of jewelry. From cuffs, bangles, earrings, necklaces and accessories each item Schimpke makes comes from parts of Mercedes-Benzs, BMWs, Audis, Bentleys, Porsches, Mini Coopers, Maseratis and other vehicles that have been in minor accidents and cannot be repaired or reused. Taking sustainability and eco-friendly jewelry to a new level and a different market all together.
Every item purchased through Crash Jewelry comes with a certificate of authenticity and on the inside the cuff or on the back of your item it will have the type of vehicle that was used to create the item. Not only do Crash Jewelry pieces catch the eye, they are a great conversation starter. They are an affordable way to own a part of your dream car without the years of loan payments, and depending on your style are easy to take from day to night with a quick outfit change.
Crash Jewelry is a unique gift idea, one that comes with a story and is the perfect gift for any car enthusiast who is looking for something just a little different. If you are interested in check out Crash Jewelry and getting some for yourself – visit Crash Jewelry and use code Week99er to save 15% on your order!
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