Army Spouse’s business has Fall’s new must have item

FORT POLK, LA – 09-26-2017 (Press Release Jet) — The Poppy Stock® is launching a new collection of (fuax) Suede Pocket Scarves just in time for Fall. The new collection will launch on their website October 3, 2017.  The colors are a perfect selection of classic Fall colors, Navy, Pumpkin Spice, Olive and Carmel.  The collection comes just in time for holiday shopping creating the perfect gift from college students, travelers, and moms. 

Annie Frazer is the owner and creator behind The Poppy Stock® – Pocket Scarves.  She never imagined she would be moving around the county to follow her husband who is active duty military.   Lots of moving and traveling for Annie meant there were many times her purse was accidentally left by behind.  After losing a passport she decided enough was enough, as she says  “I loved wearing scarves and realized if I am wearing this much fabric around my neck it needs to be more functional.”  After a myriad of prototypes, the perfect pocket large enough to hold a wallet, keys, even a phone was created.  Each pocket scarf is handcrafted right here in the U.S.A.  “I feel so grateful to not only share a high quality product with others but, also support our local manufacturers.” Annie says.

“The new line is something I am so proud of, it’s luxurious, beautiful, and more importantly, functional.”  The new suede line can be found at on October 3, 2017.

About The Poppy Stock

The Poppy Stock® is owned by Annie Frazer, a mother and military spouse that is currently based out of Folk Polk, Louisiana.  The company designs and creates high quality, handcrafted, infinity pocket scarves from students to travelers to mothers.  All pocket scarves are manufactured in the U.S.A.   

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Full Name: Annie Frazer
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