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Wet Bird Couture: The Cravat

The cravat is to neckties what Cro Magnon man is to, well, us.

And, may I just say, when it comes to neckties, the modern us sure got off easy.

First step, cravat. Second step, hangman's noose.
First step, cravat. Second step, hangman’s noose.

But complexity is no match for enthusiasm, and through the centuries, far from relinquishing its hold on fashionable necks, the cravat’s influence has only, um, tightened.

Case in point – Croatia still celebrates Cravat Day annually on October 18th (I assume this is what happens when an entire country doesn’t try hard enough to find a hobby).

Certain notable modern-day celebrities also seem to find cravats alluring.

Prince. With cravat.
Prince. With cravat.

But only one species to date has been able to pull of the cravat look completely au naturel.

Introducing “The Cravat” – the latest must-have look from Wet Bird Couture.

Notice how the gently ruffled grey feathers work their way all the way up towards the neck line.
Notice how the gently ruffled grey feathers work their way all the way up towards the neck line.

p.s. Just in case you’re wondering what the “Dry Bird Couture” version of The Cravat looks like – equally stunning, of course.

TheCravatDry

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