You can read it here.
I wholeheartedly agreed, got enthused at the idea and bought another one over the holidays.
It’s going to be regifted to someone near and dear to me very soon.
We all have favourite body parts to adorn and mine just doesn’t happen to be my neck.
That hasn’t stopped me from amassing a small collection of lovely necklaces and each time I purchase one I have full intentions of wearing the heck out of it…then I don’t. I just don’t want to shout…look here by drawing attention to my neck.
I believe in healthy aging, try to be kind about my aging body parts but my neck is going downhill faster than anything else.
I read Nora Ephron’s, I Feel Bad About My Neck years ago and now I’m living it.
These are a few of my favourite’s and occasionally I’ll add a charm bracelet to the mix if I don’t mind being loud. I’m not a shrinking violet but there are some occasions that call for a slightly quieter presence or I’m wearing fragile fabrics that catch on the charms.
I’m practicing with my camera.
What’s a tad scary is that the watch is now considered vintage and I bought it new.
We bought the Baraka bracelet in Capri 20 (gulp) or more years ago and David Yurman stopped making this other bracelet centuries earlier.
Do you have a signature piece of jewelry?
Haven’t figured out how to photograph myself yet but starting with body parts for visible Monday.