Move over pea coats and bombers, there's a hot new jacket in town, the rattan jacket ... for your glassware. Before you spit out your mulled wine hear me out; they come in many shapes and sizes and depending what you pair them with they can change entire the tone of a dinner party. Consider using them to serve a London fog on a rainy evening or a mimosa in the morning, these rattan accoutrements add a little something extra. There's a beautiful seagrass-wrapped pitcher from Anthropologie or check out the Caymen set from Sarena & Lily or the Cane Highball from William Sonoma. And if these don't suit your wallet keep reading and learn how to make them yourself. Today I'm sharing how to jump on this season's hottest trend and make your own seagrass-wrapped glasses.
I had this idea from the minute I saw this seagrass trend. Originally I tried to macrame some cozies but it took too long and I could never get the glasses to sit flat. That's when I decided to simply make a wrap. It's easier to make and easier to take off when you need to wash the glasses.
While I may never wear a rattan jacket myself there's no reason why my glasses can't. I love the way they turned out. Let me know what you think in the comments below.
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