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Simply Lana Review

I have two drawers in my kitchen island filled with hand towels. I have towels with different holiday themes, towels for everyday use and towels that are strictly used as back-up to other towels. I like towels. Honestly, when I’m out and about, I can’t resist buying a new one if I see one that catches my eye! I like new and interesting when it comes to my towels, and now I’ve discovered something I’ve never encountered before in a hand towel thanks to Simply Lana.

Simply Lana towels are unlike any I’ve ever seen. These towels are large and round, measuring over 27” in diameter. They come in a variety of colors and patterns. And what makes them different, what makes them unique – a uniquely fashioned button loop for quick and easy hanging. It’s so simple, yet so useful! The button loop allows you to hang it easily from your oven bar, a cabinet knob, a towel bar in the bathroom, a gym bag or even a stroller. I received the blue pepper trio towel for review. I found the towel to be thick and absorbent and an instant eye-catcher on my oven door. My favorite part – the loop makes it hard for my one-year-old to yank the towel off the door!

Simply Lana was started by Lana Hall after she received a similar gift from a friend. She tweaked and changed things up to make it what it is today. Lana offers a range of colors and design to fit any décor. At only $12, these towels would make a great hostess gift, or as part of a housewarming/bridal shower gift. With bear, puppy and frog designs, these towels would also be great as part of a kid’s bathroom, and would help cut down on towels being dropped and left on the floor!

You can see the full line of towels on the Simply Lana website. 

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.


Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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