If you long to travel the globe, you don’t need to venture farther than downtown Tulsa.
Colors of Etnika offers jewelry, handbags and gifts from destinations near and far. Owner Karla Aguirre has stocked her shop, located in the Brady Arts District for the past five years, with merchandise from her homeland of Guatemala as well as her travels to Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Lebanon, just to name a few. Studio K Marina is her newest line of jewelry, which she designs and makes locally. Pictured are bracelets from this collection; prices range from $29.95-$44.95. They rest atop a hand-loomed, hand-dyed scarf from Guatemala. Each scarf takes one woman four days to make and is 100 percent organic, with the dye color coming from coconuts; $29.95 each.