Soft, Luxurious Accessories from BLACK by Paula Reeves

I introduced my audience to Paula Reeves shortly after she began her company, Black, several years ago.   I am not surprised she has been successful and continues to bring women quality.  She came up with the name Black as an acronym for Black Luxury Accessories Crafted and Keenly Priced.  You can see from her picture, she is all about chic, and knows how to select the most luxurious materials for her products. And she founded her company around the color black and soft earthy tones….which is speaking my language! 

Today I am wearing a garment I will wear as long as the weather is cold…a lovely navy cashmere poncho.  It is so soft and cuddly.  Something I feel confident in to wear out, and then leave on once inside to snuggle up with a book and a blanket.Paula’s company is dedicated to customer service, and she desires for each one to have the best experience available and is open to all comments.  I like supporting women-owned businesses…especially those with good, diligent work ethics. This garment arrived beautifully packaged in a pinstripe soft cloth bag.I located some items for you to see below which would be great gifts (since Gift Season is just around the corner).  But, I want you to know these ponchos are simply luxurious comfort…so put one on the list for you!

Keep Smiling, Everyone!

 

Disclaimer:  I was compensated for this post, but the words are my own.

12 Comments

    1. This poncho is so soft…I may live in it everytime it is cold here. I love it. Thanks so much, Jennifer.

    1. It is! I even snuggled up with a book and blanket yesterday…then later went out to dinner with my husband in it.

  1. The poncho is gorgeous and I love the color. Also like the headband and the gloves. Will check this company out!

    1. I would love to have one of those headbands…looks like a great gift for the girls in my family. Thanks Karen!

  2. beautiful color that doesn’t shout. I bet it would be great for travel. wish i had had one like this when we went to Morocco last February. It was Africa but boy those evenings and mornings were chilly enough for a cashmere wrap.

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