Thursday, July 15, 2010

Naming Contest: Something Sweet for the Kitchen

In our last line, we debuted the Elle... a fun and funky reversible apron. It was such a hit that we decided to do take-two.

This beautiful lady is decked out in the colors of a late summer evening. And with the bold floral print on one side and a leaf motif on the other, she's hinting at fall with her autumnal prints.

You get the choice of a green polka-dot sash and neck-tie or a brown one... take your pick!  This apron is already available in our shop for $30!  So while you're helping us come up with a name, maybe you'll want to pick out your favorite and get it on the way!


Naming contest closes on Wed., July 21.  The winner will get a 50 percent off coupon for anything in our shop, and all participants will get the chance to get a half-price baglette with any purchase.

11 comments:

  1. The prints remind me of colors and look in my grandmother's home when I was a child. So I would say, "HenriEtta" or "Evelyn" in honor of either of my grandmothers.

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  2. This one screams Lauren to me. Probably because I gave it to Lauren at my wedding!

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  3. They remind me of the colors of Autumn, so how about Autumn?

    Love this apron!

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  4. To me, this print combo feels romantic and whimsical, and at first glance when I saw it, it struck me as a "Juliette."

    Soooo pretty!

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  5. It has a certain elegance. I'm thinking either Sarah or Sophia.

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  6. How about Andrea.
    Very Fall-ish and pretty!

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  7. I LOVE this apron! And with it being reversible I'm going to suggest another palindromic name to go along with the precedent already set with the name chosen for "Elle"--okay, I'm going to suggest three names:
    1.) Arora
    2.) Ava
    3.) Esse

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  8. To me it looks like a Mona. It reminds me of someone who is distinguished and sassy, and who is in the 'autumn' stages of her life.

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  9. I love the palindrome theme with it being reversible and with the description above of a late summer evening, I'm going to suggest "Eve."
    I also like someone else's suggestion of "Autumn."

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  10. Love this one!

    I like Penelope.

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  11. How about Margaret or Maggie for short?

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