Reese Witherspoon makes us want a Draper James kiawah cover-up

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Reese Witherspoon makes us want a Draper James kiawah cover-up
Image via @draperjamesgirl Instagram page

Did you know Reese Witherspoon has a lifestyle website? We didn’t. The site is called Draper James.

Actually, Draper James is a company Reese founded and the company website is located at www.draperjames.com. Via the website, the company sells Southern-inspired merchandise including clothing, accessories, jewelry and items for the home.

The company will launch it’s first store in Nashville Tennessee later this year.

We found out about Draper James via Reese’s instagram page. She posted some pics of herself wearing a red white and blue floral caftan. She captioned the pic:

Taking my Memorial Day celebration very seriously 📷:@avaphillippe
Vibe: @draperjamesgirl

So of course, being curious about this @draperjamesgirl, we clicked on it, and that is how we discovered Reese has joined fellow celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow and Blake Lively in the celebrity lifestyle website arena. Seems Draper James has been around at least a few months now.

Reese Witherspoon Draper James kiawah cover-up Memorial Day
Image via @reesewitherspoon Instagram page
Doesn’t this pic make you want a Draper James kiawah cover-up?

Or is it more like it makes you want Reese’s life?

The cover-up comes with a $200 price tag. It’s described as a “flowy caftan” with “an adjustable drawstring at the waist and charming tassel details”. (Find it here)

We love the hat and sunglasses and Reese’s choice of lip color.

So Who is Draper James?

According to the about page on the Draper James Website, Draper James were Reese’s grandparents. Her grandmother was Dorothea Draper and her grandfather was William James Witherspoon.

From the draperjaames.com about page – started this company to honor my Southern heritage and in particular my grandparents who were, and still are, the greatest influences in my life: my grandmother, Dorothea Draper and my grandfather, William James Witherspoon. My grandparents taught me everything I know about gracious Southern living. From them I learned to dress and act like a lady, to take pride in my home, to reach out to help a neighbor, and to always invite everyone in for a visit.

 

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