According to the description, this collage swan is supposed to resemble a lyre.
I think it looks a bit like a bib. LET THE DEBATE BEGIN.
Not sure about where you are on the map, but things have apparently decided to take at turn for the chilly around here. Which is a bit irritating to say the least, seeing as Mother Nature had all the time in the world to be pulling this kind of stunt back when it was winter, but apparently didn't feel like getting around to it until just now, after we've already retired the heavy coats to the back of the closet, traded our shoes for flip-flops and so on. Having to dig them all back out again just feels like a punishment, and we didn't even do anything wrong.
Well, okay--the global climate change
Luckily, though, I did find some neckwear that cheered me up a little, what with them being all pretty to look at as well as warm, which is why today I'll be sharing them with you. Who knows? Maybe they'll cheer you up, too.
First up is this soft pastel collar, which looks both adorable and comfortable. And from where I'm sitting, those are the best kinds of -able you can get.
Of course, if you prefer something that looks a little bit more professional, then you can't go wrong with this woolen necktie neckwarmer.
And speaking of dressy, I also found this Ascot-inspired scarflette, which can also double as an earwarmer. Versatility: It's what's for dinner.
However, if you'd rather just have a straight-up neckwarmer, that doesn't mean you have to get one that is wintry in color. You could get one with a theme as summery as strawberries, like this one.
And just because I have to, here's a honey badger scarf, complete with honey bees and dead cobra:
Because if you're going to cave in and wear a scarf again, you might as well wear one that features nature's baddest little mammal.
See you Friday!