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EDMOND, Okla. -- When it comes to showing your team spirit there are a lot of ways from your head all the way down to your toes to get your Thunder on.

Pam McGovern, with Hip and Swanky in Edmond, said, "We're getting a little low on our license items, that's why we've gotten a little more creative with just putting the colors together."

Thunder fans are pouring in to stores across the metro, not just looking for the obvious Thunder gear.

McGovern said, "We put together a lot of looks with just the Thunder colors."

Down the street at Tangles Salon, clients are looking to "Thunder Up" their fingers and toes.

Thunder themed manicures and pedicures are taking off at salons, especially as the team's playoff run heats up.

For the fans wanting a little bling, Mitchener and Farrand is the place to go; they are selling NBA licensed fine jewelry.

Mark Mitchener said, "I've had people drive from Enid and all over."

Their Thunder necklaces are a big hit.

Two of their more expensive pieces, worth more than $2,500, have already sold out.

But they still have the most expensive piece; a diamond-covered Thunder pendant.

It's made up of black and white diamonds totaling almost four carats and worth $10,000.

It's not something for every fan.

Mitchener and Farrand just recently made an agreement with the NBA to sell the jewelry.

They are hoping to have more pieces for the average fan by next season.