Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Looking for cool, stylish, easy to deal with fashion accessories?
Check out The House of Gabrielle.
Specializing in “the perfect scarf,” “fun n’ funky” sweat jackets and The Annie Collection, the House of Gabrielle offers an array of fashionable, and easy to handle fashion accessories.
“I cut and serge silky material, then make a bow, sew it, and add Velcro,” says owner Linda Gabrielle. “When a person wraps it around their neck and Velcro it together they have a perfectly tied scarf without all the fuss. They are perfect for any woman on the go.”
All scarves are handmade, and they choose uniqueness over mass production, Gabrielle says. The scarves are available in a wide variety of colors and patterns, virtually guaranteeing something to please everyone. They also have hidden Velcro strips, which allows the wearer to get the right look every time.
The fun n’ funky jackets are designed to be comfortable, stylish, and versatile. They can be dressed up or down, are machine washable, and especially great for travel. Gabrielle notes that she purchases limited quantities of fabrics in order to maintain uniqueness. The jackets are available in black and navy with coordinating trims, and in sizes small thru 3xl.
The Annie Collection is a line of hats Gabrielle created in honor of her mother, who passed away from cancer. The idea was to create and provide fun and fashionable hats for women who have undergone hair loss due to chemotherapy.
“Losing your hair doesn't mean you lose your dignity -- it means you find some wonderful hats that combine fashion with comfort,” she says.
For more information contact Gabrielle at email@example.com or visit the website at www.houseofgabrielle.com.
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