EASTPOINTE, Mich., November 8, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Carolyn Reede, an apron and kitchen linen company, will debut Friday, Nov. 10, 2017 with its Signature Black and White Collection. Eastpointe, Michigan resident Sharon Shively and her daughter Laura Reed of New York have collaborated to design this beautiful 10-piece collection where vintage meets modern.
Carolyn Reede is very excited to introduce the Black and White Collection to the public for the very first time. Each of the aprons in this 10-piece collection have been individually designed and created by Shively and Reed themselves. The Black and White Collection will go live on Friday, November 10, 2017 at Etsy.com/shop/carolynreede.
The Black and White Collection was designed to help busy women create memories with elegance.
Sharon Shively, Seamstress
Carolyn Reede designs vintage-style aprons created with modern conveniences to help busy women create memories from one generation to the next. The Black and White Collection was designed to help busy women create memories with elegance.
Several aprons come in trendy fabrics such as chevron stripes and quarter foil print. Others come in timeless prints such as gingham. Each apron features a hidden cell phone pocket and two additional pockets. A towel loop and matching linen towel are also included with each apron.
The Black and White Collection also includes coordinating accessories, too, like dishcloths, hot pads and linen tea towels. Customers will be able to choose from several different beautifully bundled gift sets for holiday gift giving.
Each apron has its own name, such as Delicious Dots, Chic Chevron and Delightful Damask. The aprons are sized from small to extra-large. Pricing will range from $35.00 to $65.00 for aprons and $5.00 to $120.00 for accessories and gift sets.
Carolyn Reede is excited to offer this collection to their followers who have been requesting it.
For more information about the Black and White Collection or for an interview with Sharon Shively or Laura Reed please write to email@example.com.
About Carolyn Reede
Sharon and Laura decided to start Carolyn Reede because of their mutual love of design and vintage style aprons. Sharon always loved her grandmother’s aprons and the memories they invoked. But grandma’s aprons were not practical for today’s lifestyle, so we reinvented them, keeping the charm of the past while making them practical for today. The company is named partly for Sharon’s mother and partly for Laura — thus, making memories from one generation to the next.
Source: Carolyn Reede