As we all know it’s the details that make things interesting. Kevin’s has beautiful custom designed scarves in beautiful, vibrant colors that will complement any outfit. Here are a few of my favs. Check out http://www.kevinscatalog.com for more!
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It’s time for PERFORMANCE!
Get outfitted for your favorite spring and summer activity with these high quality Peter Millar and Southern Tide shirts and shorts.
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Celebrate the grandeur of wildlife with this whimsical collection, featuring mallards, pheasants, quails, and the beloved hunting dog. Register the whole Vietri line or pick out a few feature pieces.
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Spring Break is just around the corner! Mom’s and daughters- look your best while you’re on the beach or cruise ship! Check out Kevin’s for the best looking beachwear.
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Just like the plants in springtime, we see the seeds of our creative team’s ideas sprout, bloom and grow into what we proudly present as our Spring/Summer 2017 Kevin’s Catalog. As we look back on the season of preparation for this catalog, we remember and appreciate not only each of our Kevin’s team members’ hard work and dedication to the project, but also the many petals of creation that we have come to see as the equivalent to the wonder and beauty of a flower. If only it was as easy as nature makes it look!
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Do you ever flip through a catalog and totally miss the good stuff? Well, don’t miss the Kevin’s custom crafted Italian Pewter Collection that is found ONLY at Kevin’s! Kathleen and Rebecca met with an artisan from northern Italy and he put their ideas into production. After 2 years, the true essence of the Longleaf Pine and Bobwhite Quail of South Georgia was perfected and this beautiful line of pewter was launched.
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The term “Tweed” was coined quite accidentally in 1826 as the result of a misread label on a shipment of woven wool “Tweels” – the Scots dialect word for twill – from weaver William Watson & Sons of Commercial Road, Hawick, to a London cloth merchant. The word “Tweel” had perhaps not been written clearly on the label but to the merchant “Tweed” made complete sense as these fabrics were chiefly used in those days by gentlemen for shooting and fishing, with the nearby river Tweed being a fashionable destination for such pursuits.
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