This winter, why buy a boring old muffler when you can rock an eco-accessory that is like Transformers for your neck? Handmade to order by two dudes in Brooklyn, the cozy Necklush is a long scarf that doubles as a plush cowl for really cold nights and triples as a flowy necklace when you’re indoors. We’re all about multipurpose clothing at Ecouterre, so finding the clever triple threat on Etsy, just as the brrrrs started arriving, was a boon. The best part? Necklush offers many of its pieces in organic cotton, too!
Although there are three “official” ways to wear the Necklush, you can actually do whatever you want with it. Some other options besides a scarf, cowl and necklace? How about a belt, sarong or superthick necklace? A head wrap is another possibility with the potential to make a rad statement. And at $24-$74, the Necklush is totally affordable.
Although there are three “official” ways to wear the Necklush, you can actually do whatever you want with it.
Who are the masterminds behind the Necklush? Brooklyn-based artisans Troy Hicks and Stefano Diaz don’t write much about themselves on their Etsy page or elsewhere online, but the Necklush has enough of a following that a lot of other people have. Hicks, Diaz, and their unique, all-in-one accessory have been featured in Time Out New York, US Weekly, Refinery 29, Daily Candy, The Fashion Journal, Notcouture, and Kingdom of Style.