Passion is why I think shopping local is so important. When you shop local and buy products from locally owned businesses you are supporting local Raleigh people who are following their passion. They put all their energy and time and so much more into their businesses and it shows. Moon & Lola is a stunning North Carolina-based jewelry, accessories, and lifestyle brand with a passion to make people happy. Step into their Cameron Village store and it's not just shopping it's an experience. Every detail is thoughtfully intentional, every product display carefully curated like a museum or work of art. They're design studio is based in Apex and they have several locations in the Triangle.
I visited the Cameron Village store last week and they have a ton of amazing items just in time for Spring and Easter! If you are looking to fill someone's Easter basket with unique gifts, Moon & Lola has so much to choose from and these are gifts that can be enjoyed all year long! Beautiful jewelry and accessories as well as specialty items for any Spring occasion, not just Easter but anniversaries, graduations, weddings, new babies, engagements...whatever the occasion, there is something here that will remain a special gift for long after the holiday.
Also, mark your calendars for the Cameron Crawl, a shopping-center wide event, Thursday, April 27 and Friday, April 28 from 4-7pm! Along with many fun events happening in the Village, M&L will extend their hours until 7pm both days and offer 20% off!!
Stop by Moon & Lola this weekend, stock up on some Easter items, and tell them RALEIGHWHATSUP sent you!
Moon & Lola HoursMonday-Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
2014 Cameron Street, Raleigh, NC 27605 T (919) 301-8717
#CVTRENDREPORT: I'm excited to partner again with Cameron Village over the next few months to feature some of the great merchants in the Village and highlight some 2017 Spring/Summer Trends and great "hidden gems". I love shopping local and it's been an amazing opportunity to get to know these merchants, their stories and their passion for what they do!
Thanks also to NC Photographer Zach Stamey of Focus Media for assisting with photography.