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“A flea market featured locally produced neckware and accessories—braces, sock garters and arm bands, among them.”
“In a quest to redefine the way we look at neckware, creators Connie Lui, Ling Chen and Emily Chen maintain that the scarf "should not just function as a piece to keep you warm but should also make a statement, like the perfect jewelry or bag that makes the outfit, it completes the look.”
“Look at the Bee Gees circa Saturday Night Fever: producing some of the greatest pop ever, yet condemned to the bin marked naff largely on the grounds of their neckware.”
“I cannot believe that at a mere $350.00 no one has snatched up this gem of neckware yet!”
“Tim wore a dirty rubber collar without a tie, and his soul was like his neckware.”
“Why, give up his sure shot into the final four by passing on his valuable piece of neckware, of course.”
“But such has been the fascination with Taste columnist Preston's neckware that the”
“Stan Hubbard came prepared for his New Mexico welcome by wearing the official state neckware, a bolo tie, complete with silver clasp.”
“The cravat was a popular form of men's neckware until the end of the 19th century, which is when the first bow ties and contemporary neckties started to emerge.”
“Included within the senior show are items such as photomemory neckware, power chair add-on accessories, retrofit curb hugging bicycles, and even a good ol’, gosh darn bread bakery airstream.”
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