Jennele Vaquera

Jennele Vaquera: The owner of Boone boutique Lucky Penny talks shop about personal style, art, and accessories
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“I’ve really been loving hats this year. I got this one from Anthropologie. It’s such a fun color.”


 

 

“I play roller derby for the Appalachian Rollergirls. It’s been a great outlet for me and I dedicate a lot of time to it. My skater name is Coco Janel.”


 

 

 

“I’m from the Outer Banks, so I have a surf room in my house where the screen print of the guys in board shorts hangs. I got the woodblock in Austin.”


 

 

“I’ve always liked old things. This china from England is one of the first heirlooms my family has given me. It was my great aunt Mabel’s.”


 

 

“This dyed jade necklace is a piece we got in the store this season. I like to double it up or knot it.”

 


 

 

 

“I started collecting albums about a year ago. Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison is one of my favorites.”


 

 

“The salon upstairs from my store sells Oribe hair products. I love the way they smell.”


The Essentials

Personal Style: “Trend driven but I like to make it my own. Lately I’ve been wearing high boots with socks, shorts, and cute sweaters.”
Key Piece: “Boots. I like mid calf and under-the-knee styles that have a vintage look. I have a red pair of Justin Boots that I wear all the time.”
Every Girl Needs: “A good clutch. I find a lot of mine at antique malls. I like the old-fashioned beaded purses.”