The Perfect Gift Made By Colorado Teens - Aspen Real Life

The Perfect Gift Made By Colorado Teens

AtLast Designs Jewelry
Photo By Michele Cardamone Photography

[su_heading]The Perfect Gift Made By Colorado Teens[/su_heading]

Introducing you to AtLast Designs, a super cool company started by two incredible Aspen High School Seniors, Nikki Cardamone (my niece) and Morgan Melahn, who are making the perfect gifts for our teen, and adult friends.

Since I have been wanting to close the generational gap and tap more into amazing teens doing cool things, I asked Nikki if I could interview her about her elegant, youthful and affordable jewelry.

This jewelry from AtLast Designs is all the rage in the Aspen High School and the unique bracelets in fun patterns and colors bring deep meaning derived from Greek Mythology. They can be layered together for organic bling impact or worn solo as a simple statement.

The name AtLast is derived from the Greek god Atlas, an immortal titan of extraordinary strength and knowledge. Known for his endurance, Atlas holds the heavens on his shoulders for eternity and these bracelets will empower you to reach the stars.

So hurry and order now and receive a 15% holiday discount off of all orders over $45. Use code: Holiday2015
Visit Website: AtLast Designs

[su_heading]AtLast Designs, wear the heavens.[/su_heading]

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