Elivata Releases "Well Said" Collection
Women's fitted baseball caps made with authentic Swarovski crystals and embroidered patches on low profile fitted caps with adjustable Velcro closures. Some have over 100 Swarovski crystals
Frisco, TX, February 20, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Designer Theresa Brunner from Elivata is releasing the brand new “Well Said” collection and each product will be individually made by the designer herself. The Well Said Collection will be released on February 27, 2017.
Elivata is known for helping busy women tastefully dress their active life.
Thus, for the first time, Elivata has created an entire product line of her favorite and most popular quotes. The new Well Said collection is scheduled to go live on March 1, 2917.
The collection will be sold on the website elivata.com, Etsy and Amazon, where the limited products are scheduled to sell out by the end of the season.
The baseball hats are designed to showcase trendy phrases and slogans embellished with Swarovski rhinestones that help women express their individuality - going from the gym to shopping to ball games.
Some products come in Pantone's new 2017 color "Greenery" to capitalize on today’s trends.
For the first time, Elivata created a crystal free version of several designs in the collection for men.
Her collection also includes individual DIY iron on patches, so women can customize coordinating pieces.
Each hat has its own name. A few examples are:
I Love You More
Uh Huh Honey
“Well Said” ranges in price from $24 to $48.
Theresa is excited to welcome her fans to her the new handmade product line collection they’ve been requesting.
For more information about Well Said, or for an interview with Theresa, please write to CS@elivata.com. Media high-res photos available upon request.
Theresa started designing Swarovski Crystal baseball caps after she was faced with the real problem of finding high quality rhinestone baseball hats for her Dallas swimwear boutique. She had many returns because the hats lost their crystals and the patches lifted from the hat. She was also frustrated with the design options from her suppliers. The designs were either too boring or too gaudy. After many months of creating her own trendy hat designs by hand, Elivata's products started gaining notoriety amongst the fashion and fitness industries.