Sex and the City II Inspires Kitchen Couture

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Aprons and Cookie Cutters Websites Feature Kitchen Attire, Accessories Made Famous by Movie

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True kitchen accessorizing takes place on all levels – from the attire a hostess wears while preparing the food and the actual food itself.

Domestic divas are finding inspiration for kitchen couture from Sex and the City II – and two Websites are helping them copy the look. Visitors to ApronsandOvenMitts.com can purchase the same Jessie Steele cherry cupcakes apron that the ever-domestic Charlotte wears in the movie. A few more clicks to CheapCookieCutters.com, and fashionista shaped cookie cutters are revealed.

“Baking is more fashion-forward than ever,” says Karrie Pettit, co-founder of both sites. “Thanks to the movie’s depiction of Charlotte, women worldwide are realizing that baking is a prime opportunity to accessorize.”

Matching oven mitts are available to coordinate the kitchen wardrobe. A variety of different Jessie Steele hostess aprons are featured on the site as well. Popular style selections include the Zebra Print, I Love Cherries and Brown and Pink Polka Dot. Divas-in-training can opt for pint-sized versions to match their mamas. Half aprons add a twist to the traditional full style.

After dressing the part, it’s time to serve some treats. The cookies on those platters need not be the boring drop variety; thanks to Cheap Cookie Cutters, Sex and the City-themed cookies or a wide variety of other shapes enhance the theme of any shindig.

“True kitchen accessorizing takes place on all levels – from the attire a hostess wears while preparing the food and the actual food itself,” Pettit says.

For more information on all their always growing selection of product offerings or to view the Sex and the City themed items, visit http://www.apronsandovenmitts.com and http://www.cheapcookiecutters.com. Both sites are based in Tampa, Florida and pride themselves with the highest quality of customer service and satisfaction.

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