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Where it all started..

Rachelle became a stay-at-home mom to her then two-year-old son after being in the workforce for almost decade. Just months after making this life change, her family became one with no income. Although it ended up being what was best for their family, the bills still came pouring in. That's when her best friend, Steph flew into the rescue! With Steph's prior experience with making and selling jewelry while living in Rhode Island, she taught Rachelle how to make a simple lariat necklace over a girls night (wine included) as a means for a creative outlet and to add some income for her family. Rachelle’s obsession grew from there.

They opened the KaraLyn Street Etsy shop in March 2017 where they initially sold lariat style necklaces only and eventually added beaded wrap bracelets and earrings to their collection as well. Since then, they've participated in local vendor markets and pop-ups and wholesale trade shows. They've created a website and sell their jewelry in boutiques throughout the Midwest!! 

"We love creating jewelry that is effortless, versatile and unique. Our lariats and wrap bracelets have no clasps making it simple to throw on. You can style them to be worn casually with a sweatshirt, to work with a blazer, or on special occasions with your favorite dress."

 

Meet the Owners

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About Rachelle

She is a mother to son Dylan Morrison and chihuahua Penny Lane, wife and entrepreneur passionate about showing that being a stay-at-home mom doesn't mean you have to put your dreams on hold. Rachelle graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Walsh College based out of Metro Detroit. Fashion has been a part of her life ever since she was a little girl. Her favorite part about running a small business is designing the jewelry and getting to see their customers wearing it!

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About Stephanie

Stephanie is a newlywed, aunt, and dog mom chasing her dreams of entrepreneurship while working full time as an IT operations manager. After graduating from Michigan State University, she moved to Rhode Island for a few years where she taught herself how to make jewelry in her spare time. After moving back home to the mitten state, she started a career in information technology and paired up with best friend, Rachelle, to create KaraLyn Street. Her favorite part about running a small business is designing new pieces, crunching the numbers, and learning new tools in order to be more efficient.