I know it doesn't come with a dustbag but you can't wear the Hermes Kelly Shearling Muff as a tie or a skirt, now can you? And I mean, the Hermes model does look a great deal more...fierce than I do. She's much more put together than I will ever be. Her hair is flawless and mine is all courtesy of the wind that likes to whip around between the Wasatch and the Oquirrh mountains. But her hand warmer doesn't scream, "Service with a smile!" If, you know, she were serving something to someone, somewhere. All I'm saying is that aside from the obvious financial perks, would you rather be friends with impeccable and snooty looking model lady with nearly 9,500 dollars on her hands or Hurry-up-and-take-the-picture-already-my-hair-is-on-a-journey-to-Park-City-without-me lady who is making wonderful use of The Red Thing for 15 dollars? I mean, really, my muff has so many functions it's paid for itself after just a few days.
Turns out that on the Magic Scarf website there is a video that shows several different functions of the Things. (And by several I mean four or five. Nothing like the plethora that you will see featured here.) At the very end of the video the narrator says, "Accessorize with abandon." And oh my gosh if that isn't my new motto for life!
*It should be noted that the author of this blog realizes that there are several definitions for the word muff. The definition that coincides with this particular post is "a thick, tubular case for the hands, covered with fur or other material, used for women and girls for warmth and as a handbag."