Nobody was fooled by the group e-mail about “someone’s” inappropriate behavior at the company dinner.
For something you’ll want to be collared with, check out Roberta Freymann’s bib necklaces.
Individually stitched by artisans in India and South America (where the designer handpicks all materials), the gloriously bulky dickeys are made from semiprecious stones, resin, sequins, and bright beads.
Obsess over styles like Titi, an Egyptian-inspired bertha with tiny gold beads backed on black silk with a ribbon tie. Or Pia, an Eton dripping with milky amethyst-colored stones, purple beads, and gold sequin disks.
They’re perfect for adding a serious statement to a plain Jane outfit or just adding a little visual interest to your chest.
No shame in that.
Available at Portobello Road, 47 Boylston Street, Chestnut Hill (617-264-2020). To see styles, go to robertafreymann.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Roberta Freymann