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Kristin Cavallari is coming clean about a few updates to her jewelry company.
The former Hills star, 31, revealed on Tuesday that she had plans to open a brick-and-mortar store for her brand Uncommon James in her new home base of Nashville. Now, she has taken to social media again to announce more news about an exciting expansion to her collection.
“I might as well tell you in addition to opening my first store, we’ll be launching home goods as well!” she wrote in a post on Instagram. “Think jewelry dishes, salad tongs, wine glasses, and so much more.”
While I’m on the train of announcing what @uncommonjames has in store, I might as well tell you in addition to opening my first store, we’ll be launching home goods as well! Think jewelry dishes, salad tongs, wine glasses, and so much more. Also coming March. Stay tuned! #UncommonJames #UncommonJamesHome
A post shared by Kristin Cavallari (@kristincavallari) on Jan 24, 2018 at 12:21pm PST
The designer recently relocated from Chicago to Nashville with her husband, football player Jay Cutler, 34, and their three children, Camden, 5, Jaxon, 3, and Saylor, 2. Since making moves to Tennessee the reality star has also been putting down roots for her business.
“Hey Nashville, I’m opening the first @uncommonjames store!!!!!” she said in the original post. “Opening this March in the Gulch. Details to come but I couldn’t be more excited to share this with you!!!”
A post shared by Kristin Cavallari (@kristincavallari) on Jan 23, 2018 at 9:52am PST
Her location for the shop is an upscale neighborhood in the southern hotspot that boasts a plethora of restaurants, fitness centers and hotels. With the promise of opening this spring, fans of Cavallari can expect to peruse her offerings in person in just a few months.
Cavallari and Cutler decided to swap the Windy City for the Tennessee hotspot after Cutler was cut from the Bears in March 2017 following eight seasons with the team. Although he retired briefly to become a game analyst, he re-signed a one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins. Cavallari recently suggested he will not be returning next year.