Accessory Obsession: BC’s Boutique Jewellery and Accessories Boutiques

When it comes to our wardrobes, we appreciate the power of add-ons. The unexpected pair of bold statement earrings that owned that outfit. That dreamy, washed linen wrap that is nothing short of a conversation starter. The handbag that people can’t resist asking, ‘where’d you get that?’ Find the perfect finishing touch for any outfit with accessories and jewellery from some of BC's independent shops, right here.


Lavender & Grace

Lavender & Grace is female-powered and based out of Kelowna, with a new retail space recently opened on Bernard to a happily awaiting local fan base. Delicate jewellery pieces are designed inhouse, and meant to be worn solo for subtle impact, or layered up for maximum wow-factor. The brand’s website launched in 2016 as an online store, is sold in over 40 boutiques across Canada and we’ve seen their pop-up shops all over the place.


3 Singing Birds

3 Singing Birds is in a small, intimate space in Whistler, and since 2013 proudly supports women-owned, locally based brands. Check out the market bag, perfect for farmer’s market shopping, from the bag co., plus jewellery from WishBeads, Devi Arts Collective, Sass Designs and much more. Here’s where little treasures find you and are too irresistible to leave behind. 


Totem Design House

Totem Design House is an Indigenous woman-owned and operated boutique in Courtenay. The company values charitable giving, with 10% of their annual profits going towards Copper Legacy Indigenous Empowerment Society. Shop for BC designers in all things jewellery, using materials like shell, sterling silver, and leather.


Blue Ruby Cause We Care

With six stores in the lower mainland, BC’s family-owned Blue Ruby continues to carry countless jewellery designers, in a wide range of styles and price ranges. For over ten years they have been partnering with the Cause We Care Foundation, a Vancouver-based not-for-profit organization that provides support to single mothers and their children living in poverty in the Lower Mainland. They have raised an impressive 1-million dollars for the foundation to date.


House of Savoy scarves

Did you know that Victoria was recently named Canada’s resale capital? We like that a BC city is leading the way in sustainability, and environmental responsibility, especially in fashion, an industry that is notorious for not being particularly green. House of Savoy is the place you’ll find vintage and second-hand handbags, jewellery and accessories. For over 40 years, this resale retailer has been scoring and sharing their findings with us, and when it comes to designer labels brace yourself for some serious name dropping.


Wickaninnish Gallery

Wickaninnish Gallery on Granville Island in Vancouver is 100% Indigenous-owned and prides themselves in carrying established Indigenous jewellery and accessories designers. Here’s where to pick up hand-engraved sterling silver jewellery and buttery soft deerskin leather purses by Clifton Fred, Tlingit. Looking for the perfect souvenir or special gift that represents BC? Skip the touristy-shop stuff and find something with significance and intention – right here.