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STONEnyc hosts first pop-up shop 

Amelie's French Bakery (2424 N. Davidson St.) is one of the best places in town to go to for something sweet — hello, salted caramel brownie, anyone? But on Saturday, Aug. 27, from 2 p.m.-4 p.m., it will be where you want to go to find something pretty. The online jewelry and accessory boutique STONEnyc, founded by Charlotte native Crystal Whalum in 2010, will host its first pop-up shop in the bakery. If you're looking for a pair of vintage pearl earrings, a bold cocktail ring or even just a simple, one-of-a-kind pendant necklace to complete an outfit (all from a slew of independent designers), you'll find plenty of options here.

"Charlotte will always be home," says Whalum in a press release. "I've done several events in other cities, but Charlotte is the first stop on the pop-up shop tour. It sort of brings everything full circle to come back home and share something with my hometown before sharing it with any other city. I look forward to seeing all of the women who have inspired me in so many ways and sharing what their inspirations helped produce."

For more information, or to check out STONEnyc's selection, visit www.mystonenyc.com.

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