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What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?

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Looks like a bandage?  Some sort of neck injury? It looks serious....hope she is OK.

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Re: What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?

I thought it was a necklace. 

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Re: What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?

choker style necklace....remember we wore them in the 70's?

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Re: What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?

Liquid knit dickie?

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Re: What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?

It looked pretty obvious that it was a necklace.   

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Re: What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?

a choker which i didn't think worked with anything she had on.

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Re: What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?

Hmm.  I thought it was a choker type necklace as well.  Possiblly something from her jewelry line?? 

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Re: What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?


@ladyroxanne wrote:

a choker which i didn't think worked with anything she had on.

 


^^^^^^

 

Every time she wears it, it triggers concern for her well being.  

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Re: What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?

I think they used to be called "dog collars." I didn't like it. It looked like an advertisement saying I got a bad neck and am hiding it. 

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Re: What Is that on Susan Graver's neck?

Maybe chokers are another item from the 70s that she's trying to bring back? I haven't seen them anywhere else, but I don't inhabit the fashion sites like some. Maybe @lolakimono could provide some insight, or @LTT1. They're the experts!

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