I'm Luz, your Stylist. Pleasure to meet you.
Estilo Margot simply began with an idea. One day I stumbled upon the beading section in a craft store & thought "I can do this." So I did, and the 'Just Once' series was born. Another time I couldn't decide if I should wear a necklace or a necktie with an outfit, then I said "Why not both?" and 'Tie Candee' came to life. With every piece I create, I want to assure the final design exudes a certain boldness & confidence. The very same observed in a picture of my grandmother, Margot, who inspired my shop's name.
I first, manually or digitally, sketch the grand majority of the designs before I even sew, bead or wire wrap anything. Afterward, I go on a fabric and/or bead hunt. In the studio, I'll either be watching an old B&W, a home decor program eagerly awaiting a room reveal, admiring artistic plates on a cooking show or have my radio playing the likes of John Legend, Andrea Bocelli, Rascal Flatts, Strunz & Farah, Toby Mac, El Gran Combo or Tony Bennett, just to name a few.
I love all things sweet, all things vintage, 4" stilettos, spending time in my garden & ice cold glasses of Coca Cola. Not necessarily in that order :)
As you can see, many things inspire & provide endless themes for my necklaces. Just as our personalities are distinct, I want every necklace -your necklace- to be distinct. So much so, that it will be quite the conversation piece wherever you go.
Precisely what my shop is about.
Estilo Margot. Inspired by Culture, Nature & You.
Owner, Maker, Designer, Photographer, Curator
In reality, I don't think I EM different from anyone else when it comes to being inspired. Of all the very many colors, shapes, objects & textures that exist, one is bound to create by simply observing & appreciating surroundings.
I'm Luz, the Jewelry Designer at Estilo Margot.
Sit back, relax as you view these stylish and interesting necklaces. Without a doubt, there will be a piece you will come to love for yourself, a cherished family member or friend.
Simply being aware and appreciative of all surroundings on a daily basis translates into a one-of-a-kind creation. That's what Estilo Margot is all about; pieces
Inspired by Culture, Nature and You.
Accepted payment methods
Currently accepting Paypal. If you do not have a Paypal account, you will be given the option of processing your order with a credit card. Your personal billing information is neither stored by my shop nor revealed to me at any moment.
Sales tax solely applies to Florida residents.
Prices are subject to change at Estilo Margot's discretion.
Domestic orders ship via USPS Priority Mail & USPS Parcel Select Ground with delivery confirmation to locations within the United States (including Alaska & Hawaii), as well as U.S. territories; Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
International orders ship USPS First Class International with varied delivery timeframe depending upon customs processing in your region and your local postal service. Please review accuracy of address provided on your order to prevent any delays. All import taxes, duties & custom fees are the sole responsibility of the buyer.
Refunds and Exchanges
Customer is responsible for return shipping; returning in trackable form is recommended as Estilo Margot is not responsible for missing nor lost packages.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please note slight, natural imperfections on beads are expected due to variations in color, shape, size and/or texture.
~After receiving your order, a very gentle tug here & there can restore shape to your Tie Candee necklace.
~Simply spot clean any spills or stains if/when they occur and air dry. Do not machine wash Tie Candee.
~Whether I buy a finished tie or sew my own design, I do share the the type of fabric used. If ever the need to iron, I highly suggest using the lowest setting possible while overlaying Tie Candee with another fabric such as a thin cotton.
~Every so often, gently wipe beads with a soft, lint free cloth to rid of any oils and/or dirt that may accumulate with time.
~If ever necessary, you may use a very small amount of tarnish remover on a cotton swab in order to clean & restore shine to the silver-plated beads/findings while being mindful of fabric & other beads in close proximity.
Necklace lengths are often described in inches which refer to its full length from end to end (clasp to clasp, clasp to cord end etc.). I describe necklace measurements by "drop size" which is the distance the necklace drops from the clasp on the nape of your neck towards the center of the shortest strand on the piece. (Or, you can just view it this way...it's like measuring half the full length. That is where the necklace 'drops'). To figure out the drop size, you can simply use a flexible measuring tape & make sure you are standing in front of a mirror as this will give you a true perspective of where the necklace will fall. Begin by draping the tape around your neck & have the two ends meet in the front. Play with the tape, loosening & tightening as you go, by bringing one end to the point where you want your necklace to rest. Once you have found that point, you have your measurement. You may also want to take into account whether or not the necklace you are measuring for has a certain charm or pendant as a focal point. You wouldn't want it to rest too low in the neckline whereas you can't see or show off your wonderful piece.