Welcome to NY Texas Style's FAQ Page! Here, we've compiled answers to some of the most common questions you may have about our unique jewelry, collections, and services. Whether you're curious about our sourcing methods, payment options, or the inspiration behind our pieces, you'll find valuable insights to enhance your NY Texas Style experience.
Where is your jewelry made?
Our authentic jewelry is crafted in homes and workshops within the remote regions of the Navajo and Zuni Native American reservations, spanning across New Mexico, Arizona, and other parts of the United States. Our rich history of collecting and purchasing Native American Jewelry since 2001 has fostered close relationships with Navajo families. We deeply appreciate the beauty and sincerity they infuse into their jewelry-making traditions.
Do you offer international shipping?
At NY Texas Style, we're committed to delivering our exceptional products to you, wherever you are. For seamless shipping within the United States, as well as international shipping to Canada and Australia, explore our Worldwide Shipping page. Your style journey knows no boundaries with NY Texas Style!
What is your return policy?
Our return policy covers a 7-day period from the delivery or pick up of your item. If 7 days have passed and you haven't contacted us or initiated a return, we regret that we can't provide a refund, store credit, or exchange.
For a successful return, your item must remain unused and in its original condition, devoid of makeup, deodorant, odors, animal hair, etc. Additionally, it should be in its original packaging. Please note, if the item is not in the condition we sent it to you, we reserve the right to return it to you.
For further details on our return policy, please visit our Store Policies page. Your satisfaction is important to us at NY Texas Style.
How do I determine my ring size?
Discovering your ring size is effortless with NY Texas Style. Refer to our handy Ring Size Guide to find accurate instructions on measuring your finger. You can also stop by our boutique in Katy, Texas, for an in-person fitting experience. Ensuring the perfect fit for your unique piece is our priority.
What payment methods do you accept?
At NY Texas Style, we offer a variety of convenient payment options to enhance your shopping experience. You can choose from widely trusted methods such as PayPal, credit cards, debit cards, and Venmo. For added flexibility, we also provide Afterpay and Shopify Payments, allowing you to split your payment into manageable installments.
During the checkout process, you'll find a comprehensive list of available payment methods. And if you're looking for an in-person experience, we gladly accept cash payments at our boutique in Katy, Texas, or at our upcoming events. Your seamless transaction is our priority, ensuring you can indulge in our unique collection hassle-free.
Do you have a physical store I can visit?
Yes, we do have a physical store that you're more than welcome to visit! To arrange a visit to our warehouse and explore our collection in person, please don't hesitate to call us at 281-797-8685 to schedule an appointment. Our warehouse is conveniently located at 5333 Hwy. Blvd. Katy, TX 77494, just across from No Label Brewery in Old Katy.
If you're a Texas resident with a passion for turquoise and unique jewelry, NY Texas Style Boutique is your go-to destination. For more details about our physical store and the delightful offerings we have in store, head over to our dedicated page: "Live in Texas? Love turquoise? Look no further than NY Texas Style Boutique!"
How do I care for and clean my jewelry?
Caring for and cleaning your cherished jewelry is essential to maintaining its beauty. For comprehensive guidance on how to properly care for your pieces, we invite you to explore our detailed Jewelry Care page. There, you'll find expert tips and instructions to ensure your jewelry remains radiant and lustrous for years to come. Visit our Jewelry Care page now to learn more!
Can I create a Wishlist on your website?
Absolutely! Creating a Wishlist on our website is a fantastic way to curate your favorite pieces and keep track of the items you love. Start building your Wishlist today and make your shopping experience even more enjoyable. Simply click here to create your Wishlist!
How can I contact your customer support?
We're here to assist you! If you have any questions or need support, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. You can give us a call at 281-797-8685 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're always ready to help!
Are your jewelry pieces genuine Native American-made?
Absolutely, all the jewelry pieces in our Native American jewelry collection are genuine and authentic Native American-made. Each piece is carefully selected to ensure its authenticity and craftsmanship. If you have any questions about a specific piece or would like more information, please feel free to give us a call at 281-797-8685. We're here to provide you with all the details you need!
What is the significance of the turquoise stone in your jewelry?
The turquoise stone holds profound cultural and spiritual significance in Native American traditions. Revered for its vibrant color and connection to nature, turquoise has been used for centuries in Native American jewelry to symbolize protection, healing, and spiritual well-being. At NY Texas Style, we honor and respect the rich heritage of turquoise by featuring it prominently in our jewelry collections. Each piece tells a unique story and embodies the deep-rooted traditions of Native American craftsmanship. Explore our turquoise jewelry to discover the beauty and significance that this precious stone brings to our collection.
Do you offer payment installment plans for larger purchases?
Yes! At NY Texas Style, we offer convenient payment installment plans through PayPal, Afterpay, and Shopify. This allows you to make larger purchases while spreading out the payments over time. Simply select your preferred payment option at checkout and enjoy a flexible and hassle-free way to acquire the jewelry pieces you love.
NY Texas Style Boutique, nestled in the heart of Katy, Texas, stands as a testament to the passion and vision of its owners, Nancy and Gerald Young. Both retired Katy ISD educators, they embarked on this journey in 2001, driven by their love for western fashion and Native American jewelry. Their boutique is a treasure trove where each item reflects their meticulous selection process.
With an affinity for Native American craftsmanship spanning over three decades, Nancy and Gerald have honed their expertise in collecting and showcasing exceptional handmade jewelry. Their close ties with Native American families, cultivated through years of travel to New Mexico, Arizona, and beyond, exemplify their commitment to authenticity and respect for tradition.
The Youngs curate an exquisite collection of jewelry, each piece handpicked to offer patrons a curated experience like no other. Complementing their jewelry assortment, the boutique boasts a captivating array of vintage furniture and home décor that can't be found elsewhere.
Having transitioned from antique stores and a brick-and-mortar establishment to a thriving online presence, NY Texas Style Boutique has evolved without losing touch with its roots. Regular interactions with customers and warehouse shopping events continue to be a hallmark of their commitment to personalized service.
To experience the charm of NY Texas Style Boutique in person, patrons can schedule visits by reaching out to Nancy Young at 281-797-8685. Additionally, their Facebook page's events calendar provides updates on Warehouse Saturday shopping events, where one can explore their offerings up close. For a seamless shopping experience, their website, Nytexasstyle.com, welcomes visitors around the clock, allowing western fashion enthusiasts and Native American jewelry aficionados to discover timeless treasures at their convenience.
More about the Young's:
Gerald David Young, born in Baytown, Texas, to parents Oscar and Dorothy, inherited a strong work ethic and inspiration from his father's example. His childhood aspiration of pursuing agriculture led him to become an agricultural teacher, driven by a desire to provide students the experiences he missed. After earning a bachelor's degree in agricultural sciences from Sam Houston State University, he embarked on his educational journey at Austin ISD, later joining Humble ISD.
It was Mike Schroeder, an agriculture teacher at Taylor High School, who introduced Young to a role at Katy High School's Agriculture Department. After joining in 1980, Young worked with vocational agricultural students and played a pivotal role in nurturing the District 2 Livestock Judging Contest, which evolved into the renowned Katy Invitational Judging contest.
Throughout his remarkable 22-year tenure at Katy ISD, Young trained and guided 60 teams to state contests, with ten winning state titles and seven advancing to the national contest. Around 350 students achieved the Lone Star Farmers Degree, the pinnacle of recognition by the Texas FFA Association.
Young's passion for effecting change led him to advocate for agricultural sciences as part of the curriculum, co-authoring and advocating for the passage of House Bill 3485. This milestone enabled agricultural sciences courses to encompass science, math, speech, and fine arts, amplifying their impact.
In 2002, Young transitioned from Katy ISD to become the executive director of the Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas, championing FFA chapters across the state. For a decade, he continued to shape the future of agricultural education before retiring.
Today, Young remains engaged in the Katy ISD Livestock Show & Rodeo and continues his unwavering support for the agricultural industry and the District's Ag program. While retired from full-time employment, his legacy thrives through his immediate family: wife Nancy, daughter Neely Nelson, son Cole Young, and their families.
Gerald David Young's life has been an inspiring journey of dedication to agriculture, making a profound impact on countless students, FFA programs, and the broader community.
When Mr. Young retired from the Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas (VATAT) the John Hawley interviewed Mr. Young and stated, "Even though Young is retiring, he and his family don't plan to stop serving the agriculture industry. We’ll be involved in agriculture as long as we can breathe, Young said."