Then on Saturday, I was watching Shark Tank and that is when I came across the wonders of Litter SF. They are two sisters, Rachael and Mackenzie, who started making their own headpieces and eventually it expanded to other types of handmade body jewelry. Eventually, their orders became a little more than they could handle and that is why they were seeking investors in their company. It was interesting because I took an engineering entrepreneurship class and they discussed the fact that most businesses fail when they are trying to make a shift from a small business to a big business and that the best advice is to sell to someone who knows how to handle these types of situations. Litter SF was reaching this point where they were outgrowing the idea of a small business, in which they were hand make each piece of jewelry, and needed to expand (and maybe find a way to mass produce these pieces as well as hiring sales representatives to increase knowledge of their product).
Rachael & Mackenzie of Litter SF
Well, anyways, I just wanted to say that I admire the fact that Litter SF started out with just two girls DIYing headpieces to wear for themselves and it is interesting to see the growth and transition that their company is going through. Here are some lovely pieces from their collection:
similar piece: Litter SF Ankh Pendant Head Piece in Antique Brass
And other pieces that make me laugh (in a good way):