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OHME Smash the Patriarchy Hoops

Regular price $85.00

Make a statement, not just in fashion, but with your politics. These hoops will demonstrate your feminism and your commitment to the fight for equality. These are especially good when you're feeling vocal, and now your outfit can match. These earrings send the message loud and clear, so you don't even need to engage if you'd prefer to just be out in the world in peace. Hopefully they will spark only positive conversations!

3" Diameter

Brass with sterling silver posts.

Made in Seattle

When you shop with Victoire, you're supporting independent designers from across North America. OHME was founded in 2014 by designer Mia Stephenson. She strives to make pieces that are beautiful and easy to wear, but that also embody feminism, optimism and humour. OHME is the combination of her grandmothers' initials, and is a celebration of the women that shaped us and started us down our path today. We are honoured to be carrying her beautiful, powerful designs!

*This item qualifies for free shipping in Canada!

Our parcels ship from our Ottawa shop within 3 business days. On rare occasions it can take longer, but we'll inform you of the delay by email if so! Shipping for jewelry and smaller items within Canada tends to be $8.00, unless the item qualifies for free shipping. Your detailed shipping cost will be shown to you upon check out. We ship Expedited with Canada Post, if you require Priority shipping please email us. Local customers can also choose Local Delivery at the check-out for next business day courier delivery by Veloz. (In some instances, we may even be able to courier your order on the same business day, please email us if this is what you require). You'll receive text or email updates as soon as your order is picked up and on its way. HOLIDAY ONLINE RETURN POLICY: Gifts purchased in November & December can be returned for exchange or store credit until January 7th, 2021. All other details are in our Terms and Conditions.

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