About Us


shoppe california

The Vision

Shoppe California is a handmade boutique jewelry collective showcasing the top female jewelers in California. Our mission?  To help you shine brighter with quality handmade jewelry, ethically made in California. 

All California-made, all under one URL. Our vendors are vetted and amazing at what they do. We love them and think you should too.  Why Shoppe California? Because we think everyone deserves to shine just a little bit brighter... 

                  

The Gal

Jessica Jalowiec, owner of Shoppe California       Jessica loves boutique jewelry.  Plus, she’s over-the-top passionate about celebrating female creatives and aritsans. Leveraging her background in retail buying and content marketing, she launched Shoppe California in November of 2016.

Monday- Friday you can find her at the office working on marketing strategy with a side of green tea and dark chocolate. Saturday and Sunday she’s most likely exploring hiking trails, falling out of poses in yoga class, or perusing vintage thrift shops in the Bay Area. 

This gal may be a little too obsessed with her instagram strategy and oversharing pics of her dog Phoebes, but she's on an inspiring mission to help women shine brighter with Shoppe.

 The Buzz

January of 2017       Shoppe was included in a photoshoot for ABC's The Bachelor and featured on the homepage of Style Me Pretty.

February 2017           San Diego Magazine coins #Shoppeca as a must-order-from for Valentines Day and features hammered heart studs in print.

April of 2017              Exquisite Weddings Magazine named Shoppe California a top    wedding trend of the year.

May of 2017               Shoppe sells out it's first ever ticketed networking event, celebrating female creatives in San Diego. 

June 2017                  Shoppe landed on the wrist of TV It girl Stassi Schroeder in the Pacific Magazine

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Visit our California Jewelers page to learn a little bit more about our vetted vendors. 

Visit our glossary of gemstone meanings to learn a bit more about the stones we carry.