#2 in an ongoing series of posts celebrating the alphabet.
Attention all word nerds, abecedarians, readers and writers who dwell on the cutting edge of fashion!
Not too long ago, I attended my first DC Kidlit Book Club meeting, and spotted this prime example of alphabetica:
It adorned the letter savvy and way cool kidlit blogger, Pam Coughlan, aka, MotherReader! (Okay, the photo above is not MotherReader, but you can see her wearing the scarf in the first picture, where she is standing next to me.)
It’s made of durable microsuede, comes in white, black, and grey, and just happens to be hand washable. It’s definitely the most literate way to top off any outfit. Want one? (There’s a lower case scarf, too!)
Stay tuned for more in my ongoing series of posts for, by, and about the alphabet — and if you know of, or ever come across, any form of alphabetica, bring it on! This would include cool alphabet books, clothing, online articles, stories, videos, songs, food, art, etc. I’d love to post it here (with full credit going to you, of course)!
Thanks, and have an ABC (already been chewed) kinda day!
Certified authentic alphabetica. Handmade just for you with love and an upper case fixation.