Every girl needs a go-to, favorite coat and blanket scarf for the upcoming winter weather! There are newly arrived coats in the JMK Boutique now, and starting Friday, December 10 all of our winter coats and ponchos are 20% off! Stock up and stay warm this winter when you #shopjmk.
The holidays are here and with them comes lots of gifts and surprises. That being said, we wanted to do something special for YOU this season!
With every $50 you spend with JMK, your name will be entered into a contest to win an IPAD!
So whether its a last minute gift for your best friend, or a special something just for you, come #shopjmk for the holidays, you won’t regret it!
Stuck inside dreaming of your holiday wish-list? Don’t forget to #shopjmk for your cozy, winter, essentials!
We have new arrivals from sweaters, coats, and cozy basics starting at only $25!
Ladies and gentlemen, here it is, photos from our spring fashion show, La Vie En Rose!
Thank you to Sarah Puliati and Mike Weber for capturing these fabulous moments!
Printed by: Earth Sun Moon Trading Company
Brought to you by: RX Xpress Health Mart Pharmacy, Grove City Realty and Sweet Jeanie’s
Brought to you by: George J. Howe Company
Catering & hors-d’oeuvres
Brought to you by: Beans on Broad
Hair & Makeup: Nanci’s Hair Loft
Thank you, all for your support!
Check out our facebook for more photos by going to the link below!!
Let’s talk TOK. With love in the air, the ladies getting their roses and fancy meals, it can be easy to forget the fellas, or we just find ourselves stumped on what to get them.
Some of you may have heard of the TOK Project, if you haven’t here’s your chance to hear a snippet of their story.
The TOK Project was started by this fine looking man we know as Micah List. Micah started the TOK Project after traveling and having his eyes opened to the issue of commercial sex and human trafficking. He decided that something must be done & hence decided to start the TOK Project after discovering his love for men’s fashion and the art of tie making.
25% of their net profits are donated to help transitional facilities for exploited and trafficked women around the globe.
Let’s get to TOK’in’. (we couldn’t resist)
visit his website, or stop by the art works building to pick yours up!
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Photography: Saria Dorsey