Reba Rings In A 'Fancy' Christmas
Country music's favorite redhead, Reba McEntire, is expanding her lucrative Dillard's partnership with a holiday special. Since founding her REBA clothing line with the retailer in 2005, McEntire's brand has grown to include table and dinnerware, bedding, luggage and shoes. This fall, she launched "Fancy Christmas," a collection of intricate ornaments to perk up the holiday spruce.
The "fancy" set of tree trimmings includes pieces for as low as $15.00. The star's favorite is a baby grand piano that plays her rendition of a holiday classic. "We're having a whole Christmas tree, all the ornaments that go with it," McEntire, 56, told News OK. "One thing that's really special about the ornaments is we have a baby grand piano that has me singing ['O Come All Ye Faithful']." She's got plenty of decorations that are more in tune with a silent night, too. The 23-set Christmas assortment includes a finial drop ornament pair for $29.00, classic red baubles for $29.00, a silver beaded icicle duo for $24.00 and the ultimate cross tree topper for $49.00
Of course, McEntire's staple namesake collections are still in stock at Dillard's stores and online. She offers holiday luxe womenswear comprising sequins and metallic finishes, including a sequin-trim cardigan ($118) and knit jacket ($158). There's also her Harmony For The Home line of 11 bedding, bath, dinnerware and furniture collections, a four-collection luggage line ( $59.00-$189.00) and her cowgirl-influenced leather footwear.
The country star and actress isn't just keeping busy with her lifestyle brand. She's performing on the All The Women I Am tour with Steel Magnolia, Eden's Edge and The Band Perry. "Like when we have a clothing line meeting, all of our attention is on that, and then we walk away from that,” she told News OK. “And I have a brand manager, Leslie Matthews, who makes sure that all the things are coordinated while I have to go and do a show.” The American leg ends January 14 in Connecticut and is slated for its European debut in February 2012.
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