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Do It To It Clothing Line Offers Designer Utility Apparel For DIY Woman

California-based DiTi ("Do It To It,"), combines fashion, function and durability to offer the do-it-yourself woman a stylish option in capable clothing.

Available in pink, polka dot, camouflage, and denim, this durable, utility apparel make DIY girls a lovely sight for Mr. Right. Whether it's a pouch for a hammer and tape measure or gardening hand tools, why hide them in a dull saggy sack. Bring some glamour to your hammer, and view DiTis new expanded line of aprons and tool belt attachments at the 2008 National Hardware Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center May 6th - 8th.

Melissa Steach, DiTi's founder, offers a growing line of smart durable designer utility wear that includes a reversible task apron (appropriate for morning, afternoon, or evening wear), snap-on utility belt, all-purpose pocket, tape-measure holder, hand towel, dual-purpose garden spade and sheer holder, hammer holster, and carry bag. What's more, each piece is interchangeable, for that gal who can't stand to be seen in the same thing twice. Durable military quality snaps on the utility belt and all attachments allow for a customizable fit and the perfect tool carry-all.

An artist who is as handy and comfortable around canvas as she is around hammers, Melissa Steach's goal is to dress for mess, and arm the smart do-it-yourself woman with stylish project and garden gear.

"DiTi is a sexy and sensible way to take on any task. The tool belt, with limitless attachments, keeps the perfect tools right at your hip. And the reversible apron not only protects your clothes, but is appropriate for morning, afternoon, or evening wear! " says Melissa.

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