Coming Next Week: Kendra Scott at Reston Town Center

Kendra Scott in Dallas/Courtesy Kendra Scott

Just in time for holiday shopping, Kendra Scott, Reston Town Center’s newest store, will open next week.

Kendra Scott is part of a fast-growing nationwide chain of statement jewelry stores. The Reston store will be located at 11924 Market St.

Kendra Scott was founded in Texas by jewelry designer Kendra Scott 13 years ago. It’s since grown to a $150 million company with nearly 40 locations. Two other nearby stores — at Fairfax’s Mosiac District and in Bethesda — have opened in the last few months.

Shoppers can purchase already made gemstone pieces, or visit the store’s Color Bar, where they can choose stones and metal finishes for their own custom look.

Prices range from about $75 for drop earrings to $250 for a statement necklace.

A store spokesman said the exact opening day is fluid, but watch for it the week of Dec. 7.

Meanwhile, the store will be hosting an opening special event on Saturday, Dec. 12. There will be sips and sweets (cupcakes from Georgetown Cupcake and lots of bubbly) all day and a special gift-with-purchase offer.

Shoppers who spend $50 on Dec. 12 will receive a free pair of Danielle earrings in Black Iridescent (while supplies last).

Photo: Kendra Scott store exterior in Dallas/Courtesy KendraScott.com

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