Last Friday's challenge in frivolity was bow ties, an accessory so fantastical and fancy, I may have to don one more oft. The only possible accessory more sassy would be a monocle. Must add to my shopping list.
Note the subtle glow of bow tie brilliance
Anne Wolking, my most fabulous of coworkers, used a super snazzy bow tie as a cardigan closure.
Bow before the bow!
I clipped my bow tie in my hair. It looks like such a perfect hair bow, no one will ever have to know that it was meant to be worn ten inches to the south. I did nothing to it to transform it into a hair accessory. I simply opened up my clip-on bow tie, held it in my tresses, and snapped it shut. It has stayed put perfectly.
Frédérik says: "To me, bow ties are the beanies of neckwear. For the sake of the challenge, I tried putting on the only bow tie I have - the remains of a Halloween costume past. But I still felt like a cartoon and, consequently, had to bow out before something dreadful happened. Like my head falling off."
Mica, who blogs at Away From Blue, didn't have a bow tie. She didn't let that stop her from improvising a lovely response to the challenge, however.
See her post for the rest of her outfit and her thoughts on meeting the challenge.
This week's Frivolous Friday challenge asks you to really use your head. Ready? Here it is:
bold and/or crazy hats
Email me your pictures of you wearing a chapeau on your noggin by Monday, Janauary 23rd!
|Some people have hats in their belfry...and like to sing about it.|