You know me by now and you know I have this unhealthy, unstoppable passion for headbands. And especially for do-it-yourself headbands. Going through specialized boutiques, I learned something very important about my headbands loving self: I only like wearing headbands which were imagined and handcrafted by me own hands. Isn’t that weird? Have you ever experienced that? It’s new to me and I’d like to join a club if possible (smiling).
Now you must be wondering already what’s with all the headband talk in an article entitled “latex bow tie”. Well, I’m getting there too: I love taking the traditional bow tie and turn it into a highly practical, costless (that is if it comes from your own stash) headband. And this latex bow tie could do just that! (the story continues right after the jump!)
Though it could serve its original bow tie purpose, I hardly see myself (read n.e.v.e.r.) wearing a latex bow tie and little else. Or similar. Maybe, for the fun of it, for a costume ball, but that’s another story altogether. Now getting back to the latex bow tie. It measures 4×6 inches and it snaps in the back. Now the most important thing: it comes in a wide variety of colors, from hot pink to midnight black, passing through purple and seafoam green. I don’t know about you, ladies, but I’d like to pretty up my head with that latex bow tie! (for any of you interested in the matter, you can check out the $45 latex bow tie here, and also a very interesting $230 latex collar capelet I’ve included below)