Midwest-CBK Debuts the First Women’s Accessories Collection from Midwest Gift™ and CBK™

midwest cbkCANNON FALLS, MN – Midwest-CBK, LLC, national designer and manufacturer of everyday and seasonal gifts, as well as home and outdoor décor, debuts nearly 500 new every day and holiday home décor and gift designs, along with its first women’s fall and winter accessories collection, in its March launch from CBK and Midwest Gift brands.

“The winter markets were phenomenal thanks to our customers, and we’re excited to continue the momentum by bringing them best-selling formats with a fresh twist in our new March collections, including our first women’s gift boxed accessories line of shawls, hats, scarves and gloves,” says Keith Schneider, Midwest-CBK president. “From on trend designs in our Urban Silo décor collection from CBK to new Christmas décor, women’s accessories and everyday gifts from the Midwest Gift line, we have a wide range of styles and items with something that will appeal to everyone.”

Midwest Gift introduces 264 new holiday designs in eight collections, with styles ranging from charming felted wool Christmas and woodland characters, to classic snowmen and Santas to a new category for Midwest Gift: women’s accessoriesWomen’s Accessories features stylish leather and plaid weekend and overnight bags, travel pouch sets, zip carryalls and pouches, and tortoise shell-inspired reading glasses with cases; scarves and blanket shawls and scarves in a variety of colors and classic plaid prints; and knit hats, headwraps, scarves and gloves available in red, black, white, navy, berry and multi-colored. Suggested retail prices range from $3 to $100, with 70 percent of the new collections retailing at $20 or less. The new designs will be available for shipping starting in June.

Midwest Gift also introduces 128 new everyday gift designs and must-have items for baby, kids and pet parents. Bottoms Up! features trendy, fun magnetized bottle openers in a range of styles and patterns including beach, sports and summer motifs and patterns. Friends Fur Ever celebrates the bond between pet parents and their beloved pets with matching necklace and pet collar charm sets, while Fur Mom features pet-inspired graphics and words on drinkware, mugs, signs, rugs, functional décor, fashion bags, eyewear, accessories and more.

Charming Mommy & Me pendant necklace sets honor the bond between mothers and daughters. Sassy sayings and fun characters in Pillow Talkpillow cases appeal to kids and adults alike. Pillow cases, fashionable bags, mugs and décor bring Sweet Dreamsas hostess gifts and more. Fun, graphic bibs make Table Wearthe new fashion staple for babies. Suggested retail prices range from $3 to $40 each, with 60 percent of the line available for under $20. New collections are available for immediate shipping.

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Lenise Willis, editor in chief; Anne-Marie Earl, managing editor; Cammie Collier, art director; and Brianna Glenn, assistant editor, love reviewing new products for Gifts and Decorative Accessories . The team stays on top of the latest trends in bath and body, candles, gourmet items, stationery, home décor, fashion and more, and love chatting about their latest finds. Check in each week for more of their latest picks on GiftRap, and see more of the team on their new bi-weekly video series, Thoughts That Count.

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